Open plan living space
Sit and unwind
View to the property with a glimpse of Coniston Water behind
Stunning location
Double bedroom
Modern bathroom with bath and overhead shower
Twin bedroom
Beautiful scenery
Challenging hikes
Enjoy the tranquil surroundings
Enjoy a scenic walk
1 / 11  Open plan living space
2 / 11  Sit and unwind
3 / 11  View to the property with a glimpse of Coniston Water behind
4 / 11  Stunning location
5 / 11  Double bedroom
6 / 11  Modern bathroom with bath and overhead shower
7 / 11  Twin bedroom
8 / 11  Beautiful scenery
9 / 11  Challenging hikes
10 / 11  Enjoy the tranquil surroundings
11 / 11  Enjoy a scenic walk

Hay Barn,

Coniston, Lake District
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 1
3
star
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Barn conversion sleeping four guests
  • A cosy retreat in the picturesque Lake District
  • Situated on the lower-slopes of The Old Man of Coniston
  • Overlooking Coniston Water, with plenty of opportunities to enjoy watersports nearby
  • Rural farmland location offering peace and quiet, with miles of scenic walks direct from the front door
  • Short drive to the village of Coniston with its shops, pubs and restaurants
Property code: LCC22

Rural barn conversion sleeping four guests, situated on the edge of Coniston Water, on the lower slopes of the Old Man of Coniston, and within walking distance of Coniston village centre.

This property is located on the owner’s small far, up a steep narrow hill in the picturesque Lake District National Park. It enjoys a fantastic location close to two of the area’s best-loved features: Coniston Water and The Old Man of Coniston, providing plenty of opportunity to enjoy scenic walks, challenging hikes, and a range of watersports, for which equipment can be hired from the nearby Coniston Boating Centre. For a more leisurely perspective of the lake, the beautifully restored steam yacht gondolas which depart from the town jetty are a fantastic way to spend a relaxing day on the water. Other attractions in or near to the village include The Ruskin Museum, the Go-Ape high ropes centre in Grizedale Forest, and Wray Castle.

 

This handsome stone barn is situated alongside several other properties on the owner’s farm and offers comfortable accommodation for four guests. On entering the cottage, guests will find a hallway, off from which there are two flights of stairs, one going up to the living area and the other going down to the bedrooms. Taking the stairs to the first floor, guests will come to the open-plan living space comprising a lounge/kitchen. The lounge area has a selection of seating enabling guests to sit back and enjoy the warmth of the flame-effect gas fire and perhaps watch a film on the TV/DVD. The kitchen area is located just behind the lounge and is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher, whilst there are shared on-site laundry facilities for those who need them. The separate dining room, meanwhile, is a great place to enjoying leisurely breakfasts and family dinners. On the way back to the stairs, there is a cloakroom with WC. The bedrooms and bathroom with shower over bath and WC, are located on the lower-ground floor. The first bedroom is a restful double room with a low-level, cottage-style window, whilst the second is a tastefully decorated twin room.

 

Outside, there is a small seating area with a bench to the front of the property, providing a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere. Heading through the courtyard, past the resident chickens, and on towards the meadows, guests will come to the edge of the farm, from where they can enjoy miles of scenic walks. There is parking provided for two cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin
  • Bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Separate WC
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher
  • Shared laundry facilities
  • Bed linen, towels, electric, and heating included
  • 1 dog allowed - safe outdoor space
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Shops and pubs within walking distance

This property joined our collection in 2018 and is managed by Holly.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.5
Overall equipment
4.1
Overall comfort
4.4
Overall location
4.7

Reviewed by Linda, 12th October 2019

The cottage is purfect, if you like peace and quiet.

Reviewed by Georgie, 7th September 2019

Perfect location if you're visiting for a walking holiday as there are footpaths right on your doorstep. Views of Coniston Water out of one window and Old Man of Coniston from another, perfect! The photos of the cottage don't do it justice, it is bigger than it looks! Note the road/drive up is very narrow and steep in places, we drove as little as Read morepossible. Hide

Reviewed by Chloe, 29th June 2019

Absolutely wonderful home from home. I especially loved eating my dinner with a great view of lake Coniston, and being able to walk straight out from the house onto footpaths. The cottage was cosy, and had everything we needed for the week (plus one of the nicest bathrooms ever!)

Reviewed by Stephen, 15th June 2019

Great view from dining room window of Coniston Water. Accommodation very spacious

Reviewed by Glenn, 3rd June 2019

A lovely cottage. Perfect for what we needed for our stay with everything provided. It is not a walk into the village. We drove every time! But there is free parking on the road at the bottom of the hill and you can easily walk to all the amenities once there. We went to all pubs in the centre of the village. Black Bull is old style, perfect for a Read morepint of locally brewed ale. Food is lovely in the yewtree but our favourite was by far and away the Crown Inn. With parking too for that drive down! Hide

Reviewed by Raymond, 25th May 2019

A very comfortable and well-equipped cottage in a lovely, peaceful setting. Due to the location (set into a hill), walking up to the property from the village and walking in the fields around the cottage could be quite challenging for some guests; access to a car to get into the village was essential, especially for grocery shopping. However, we haRead mored a fantastic week and would happily stay there again. Hide

Reviewed by Richard, 13th May 2019

Beautiful location, bit of a climb to get there in the car but well worth it . Property was much better than the pictures showed. Would recommend it to anyone with pets or without

Reviewed by Mileah, 30th March 2019

Me and my partner had a great stay here , stunning location . The cottage was very relaxing worth the money the bathroom was lovely aswell though the hot water ran out quickly.

Reviewed by Mark, June 2017

My daughter and I had a fantastic few days in Coniston, staying in Hay Barn Cottage.I have stayed there before and therefore knew that I liked both the location, the cottage and also your support. I also know that I would be happy to stay there again and I hope to as it is a fantastic location.

Reviewed by The Gray Family, February 2016

Thank you so much we have had a super week. Amazing weather, great walks and some very nice meals top tips for pub meals Drunken Duck Inn & Blacksmiths Arms. Loved our cottage, very comfortably and the views are stunning. Going home with a happy, tired dog! Thank you.

Reviewed by Barton, January 2016

Came for some rest and relaxation and surprised ourselves how much we just had to get out and enjoy the beautiful village of Coniston! Farm walk was such fun! Weather has been brilliant, with snow to top of the wonderful views. Hope to return soon, perfect cottage. Thank you.

Reviewed by Ishewood family, August 2015

A lovely holiday, such a peaceful cottage. Wonderful walks and views. Thank you so much for sharing your home.

Reviewed by Davis family, July 2015

A lovely place with beautiful views, could not ask for a lovelier cottage. Great time thank you.

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Location

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