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Coniston, Lake District
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Deep at the heart of the Lake District, you’ll find Coniston – the perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday. Our dog-friendly cottages in Coniston provide the perfect haven for couples and families alike, giving you a choice of delightful self-catering and pet-friendly accommodation. You could soon be adventuring across the fells, scaling the imposing Old Man of Coniston for breathtaking views across Coniston Water and beyond. Discover the Lake District’s industrial past as you trek across the varied terrain, spotting remnants of quarry workings and a forgotten aerial tramway tower. Back in the village, the Black Bull inn offers delicious meals and a selection of fine ales, brewed on-site at the Coniston Brewing Company.
Hop aboard a traditional timber craft or the impressive gondola to experience the true beauty of Coniston Water. Both boats stop at Brantwood, once home to the Victorian visionary and artist John Ruskin. Popular for water sports such as kayaking, the lake is also famous for being where Donald Campbell made his water speed record attempts in the ‘Bluebird’. Our Coniston cottages are dog-friendly, with plenty of excellent walks nearby to satisfy your four-legged friend’s boundless energy. If you fancy a challenge, the 5-mile trek from Little Langdale stretches across old quarries, gnarled woodland and miles of spectacular countryside. It also features the impressive Cathedral Cavern, a gigantic cave that will prove irresistible to adventurous types.
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