Description: About Hillside Pet-Friendly Cottage for 7This 3 bedroom pet friendly cottage is located in the market town of Broughton in Furness, close to the coast and near to the Lake District National Park. Accommodating up to 7 people, this cottage could be a great choice for families or small groups. This cottage has a sitting room with open fire, a dining room with an open fire, a kitchen, a games room with pool table, one double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, one twin bedroom and family bedroom with 3 single beds and a bathroom with a wonderful roll top bath. TV here comes with Freeview and a starter pack for the open fires is provided on arrival. Up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement. This property benefits from a mature garden with garden furniture and BBQ for use in summer time. This cottage could be an excellent choice for discovering what the Duddon Valley has to offer or for visiting the Lake District National Park with its fells and lakes. Activities on offer locally and nearby include walking, hiking and boat cruises.
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Local Attractions near Broughton in Furness
Top Attractions: Lake District National Park
Recommended Places to Visit: Bowness on Windermere, Coniston Water and Lake District National Park
Local Sports: hiking, walking, walking
Broughton in Furness
Rent a country cottage or self-catering apartment in or near Broughton in Furness to be in the best place to enjoy the highlights of the Lake District.
This small market town in the Furness area of Cumbria has good independent shops and is a good base to explore Coniston and other destinations in the scenic Lake District. The nearest railway station is at Foxfield, which is around two miles away. Broughton is situated on the estuary of the River Duddon and the Duddon valley is a popular place for hill walkers, including those wanting to ascend The Old Man of Coniston and Harter Fell.