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Bramble Cottage, Ulverston, Cumbria

Bramble Cottage

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Bramble Cottage is an attractive traditional Lakeland cottage retaining many original features. There are an abundance of old beams throughout with a cosy open log fire in the lounge. Set in a beautiful quiet location a short distance from the southern shores of Windermere.Bramble Cottage is an ideal base for visiting all of the Southern and Western Lake District, along with the coastal areas of Morcambe Bay. From the front door of the cottage are a variety of riverside, wooded and fell walks.

,p>The cosy lounge, with cast iron fireplace, open beams, TV, DVD, CD player and playstation, overlooks the attractive private front garden and fells beyond. The fully fitted dining kitchen, includes pine units, electric oven, fridge freezer, washer dryer and microwave. The master bedroom is furnished with traditional pine furniture, double bed, and overlooks the private front garden, and Lakeland fells beyond. The single bedroom, has a single bed, that can easily be converted to a twin bed. The bathroom is fully fitted with a white suite, electric shower over the bath, an electric shaver socket is provided.
*** Attractive front garden to the front of the house with off road parking for 1 car.
*** Cosy Log Fire
*** All rooms fitted with electric storage heaters (electric and heating is included in the price)
*** All bed linens and towels are provided.
*** A high chair and cot are available upon request.
*** An Ironing Board and iron are included

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