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National Trust Cottages, Coniston, Cumbria

National Trust Cottages
Rose Castle Cottage
Coniston
Cumbria

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Rose Castle Cottage is a delightful 19th-century Grade II listed cottage, situated in one of the most picturesque locations in the Lake District on the highland to the east of Tarn Hows. The cottage was part of the great 4,000 acre Monk Coniston estate created by James Garth Marshall, a wealthy industrialist from Leeds. This is an ideal base at the heart of the Lakes for walking, fishing or just soaking up the tranquillity of the area. An ideal location for fishing.

Downstairs
Kitchen, sitting/dining room with wood burning stove, shower room with lavatory.

Upstairs
Two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin).

Visitor Notes
Electricity is from batteries charged from a generator. Power point for mobile charger only, there are no other power points available. The wood burning stove is the only form of heating and hot water. Access to the cottage is down a narrow and sometimes uneven track. There is parking for 2 cars behind the gate to the property. Any cars must be left here and not outside of the gate due to possible use of that area by the Scout hut and roaming cattle.

Accommodates 4

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
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