BIRD WATCHING HOLIDAY – Stay at Bridge House Cottage Price From £325 Per WeekVisited 18 times , 2 Visits today
Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Toaster, Oven, Hob & Grill.
TV - Satellite or Cable & Books.
Walking, Bird Watching, Photography
Children Welcome,Pets Considered,No Smoking
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Bridge House Cottage Price From £325 Per Week
Lake District National Park
Pet friendly Lakeland stone cottage
Sleeps 3, 1 bedroom. Price From £325 Per Week
Delightful, traditional Lakeland stone cottage with original beams, tastefully restored and well appointed.
Enclosed cast iron, coal flame gas stove in lounge, fireplace and full central heating.
This Lakeland stone cottage has a large double bedroom, bathroom, shower room, lounge and kitchen.
It has a narrow staircase.
Small enclosed garden to the rear with access onto a quiet bridle path.
Off road parking.
Nearest Town: Kendal – 4 miles (approx).
Nearest Airport: Manchester – More than 30 miles (approx).
Located in Longsledale.
Short distance to Kendal and Windermere.
Situated in charming hamlet by River Sprint in Lake District National Park with old mill race through adjacent garden.
Easy access to all Lake District National Park areas, Yorkshire Dales and Eden Valley.
Bed Linen Included.
Fuel and Power Included.
Maximun of three dogs allowed.
Cumbria is the most north westerly county of England, and was created by the merging of the old counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, along with parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire. Cumbria is, perhaps, best known for being the home of the Lake District National Park. So far as birdwatching is concerned, Cumbria is offers a superb variety of birds.
The landscape owes its character to glaciation, with the Lake District displaying a radiating system of valleys and ridges, lakes and rivers. Much of Cumbria is high ground of over 400metres, with the area around Carlisle and the Eden valley at lower elevation, attracting in particular birds of prey.
The county has an extensive coastline, with the south Cumbrian coast being the northern containment of Morecambe Bay, an area of international importance for migrating and wintering waders. The northern coast is the south shore of the Solway Firth, again an important area for wintering wildfowl. The west coast boasts a small range of sandstone cliffs at St. Bees, which provide nesting sites for auks, kittiwakes and fulmars. For information and details about our bird watching tours, please contact Themed Holiday Ideas directly.
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