Stokers@HeightsView

Stokers@HeightsView Cottage is a detached bungalow located in the lake district. It is ideal accommodation for a walking holiday and for lovers of the lakes. It lies in extensive landscaped gardens on the A590 opposite the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway Station. 5 miles from the Lakeland market town of Ulverston and 2 miles from the foot of Windermere, it is an ideal base for touring the southern lakes and Furness peninsular.Heights View accommodates 10 people and offers a fixed cot and a travel cot plus two high chairs for babies. The accommodation is to a high standard and offers all the comforts of a modern home. The accommodation comprises 1 King Size bedroom with ensuite, a Family Bedroom with King Size bed and single bed, a third bedroom with bunk beds and a single hideaway bed, a bathroom with shower attachment, Conservatory,

The Lake District, also commonly known as The Lakes, is a mountainous region in North West England. A popular holiday destination, it is famous not only for its lakes and its mountains (or fells) but also for its associations with the early 19th century poetry and writings of William Wordsworth and the other Lake Poets. The majority of the area was designated as the Lake District National Park in 1951. It is the largest of the thirteen National Parks in England and Wales. It lies entirely within the modern county of Cumbria, shared historically by the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire. All the land in England higher than three thousand feet above sea level lies within the National Park, including Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. It also contains the deepest and longest lakes in England, Wastwater and Windermere, respectively.

The Anglers Arms, just 100yds away, offers excellent food and a good range of guest beers.

Bed & Bathrooms

  • Bedroom 1: King size bed
  • Bedroom 2: King bed plus single bed
  • Bedroom 3: One single and two bunk beds
  • Additional: Sofa bed in lounge
  • Family Bathroom
  • Ensuite

Situation

  • Parking
  • Suitable for people with restricted mobility
  • Private garden
  • Proximity to southern lakes and Furness peninsular

Policies

  • Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
  • No smoking at this property
  • No pets allowed

Price List

Price shown if available to book

From To People Week 2/3 Nights 4 Nights incl Weekend
04 Nov 2016 19 Dec 2016 7 £550 £330 £440
10 £670 £402 £536
20 Dec 2016 27 Dec 2016 7 £750
10 £870
28 Dec 2016 3 Jan 2017 7 £1025
10 £1145
4 Jan 2017 30 Mar 2017 7 £689 £413 £551
10 £809 £485 £647
31 Mar 2017 23 Apr 2017 7 £ 777 £ 466 £ 622
10 £ 897 £ 538 £ 718
24 Apr 2017 11 May 2017 7 £ 689 £ 413 £ 551
10 £ 809 £ 485 £ 647
12 May 2017 13 Jul 2017 7 £ 746 £ 448 £ 597
10 £ 866 £ 520 £ 693
14 Jul 2017 03 Sep 2017 7 £ 974 £ 584 £ 779
10 £ 1094 £ 656 £ 875
04 Sep 2017 02 Nov 2017 7 £ 679 £ 407 £ 543
10 £ 799 £ 479 £ 639
Notes
  1. If you require a different number of nights or people then please ask for a quote on the enquiry 'tab'.
  2. The calculation for short breaks is 20% of the weekly price per night.
  3. The calculation for people is based on the 7 person price plus an additional 3 people can be accommodated on the sofa-bed and pullout beds at a price of £8 per person per night up to a maximum of £40 per person per week.
  4. In addition a security deposit against breakages of £150 is required which will be returned after a satisfactory inventory after the holiday.

Location

General

  • Central heating
  • Bedroom 1: King size bed
  • Bedroom 2: King bed plus single bed
  • Bedroom 3: One single and two bunk beds
  • Additional: Sofa bed in lounge
  • Bed Linen provided
  • Hair dryers
  • Family Bathroom
  • Ensuite

Internet / Entertainment

  • Wi-Fi and computer access available
  • 3 x TVs each with internet TV. The lounge TV has the entertainment and movies enabled.
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • Radio
  • Telephone

Kitchen Area

  • Cooker, Hob, Extractor
  • 2 x Fridge Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Cutlery, Plates, Cooking utensils, Pans, etc.

Washing Facilities

  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron, Ironing Board

Children / Babies

  • Two Cots
  • Two High chairs
  • DVD Player, Childrens DVDs, Games, Toys

Garden

  • Private garden

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Haverthwaite and Lakeside Steam Railway

This attraction is across the A590 from Heights View. Passengers can choose either a return 3.5 mile train journey to Lakeside, or this can be combined with the lake cruise, a visit to the Aquarium of the lakes, or a visit to the World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness.

Lakeland Motor Museum

The Lakeland Motor Museum is located at Backbarrow and houses a collection of classic cars, motorcycles, bicycles, pedal cars and motoring related items and memorabilia and an exhibition dedicated to the land and water speed record activities of Sir Malcolm Campbell and his son Donald

Windermere Cruises

At just over 10.5 miles long, Windermere is England’s largest lake. Train passengers arriving at Lakeside station, or by car, can board a ‘Steamer’ and cruise its length up to Bowness and Waterhead pier (near Ambleside). The Steamer service is operated all year round by ‘Windermere Lake Cruises’ with their vessels ‘Swan’, ‘Teal’ and ‘Turn’

Lakes Aquarium

The Lakes Aquarium boasts a huge collection of fish as well as other creatures great and small from rain forests around the world, including amphibians, reptiles, frogs, toads, chameleons, boa constrictors and cheeky Marmosets. It includes a “Morecambe Bay” marine tank and underwater tunnel.

South Lakes Safari Zoo

Come face to face With rhinos, lions, tigers, bears, hippos, wolves, snow leopards, jaguar, giant otters, primates, vultures, penguins and much more. Hand feed giraffes and penguins every day. Discover kangaroos, lemurs, monkeys and free flying birds.

Manjushri Temple / Conishead Priory

Visit the Manjushri Buddhist Centre and the Conishead Priory just outside Ulverston. Situated in wooded grounds on the shores of Morecambe Bay. The priory was founded as a hospital by Augustinian monks from Furness Abbey in the 12th century.

Grizedale Forest Park

Grizedale Forest nestles in the heart of the Lake District between lakes Windermere and Coniston. Activities range from gentle walks to swinging through the trees on GoApe, enjoying a leisurely meal in the Grizedale Café to exhilarating mountain bike and sedgeway rides.

Sizergh Castle

The medieval castle was extended in Elizabethan times and has an exceptional series of oak-panelled interiors with intricately carved chimneypieces and early oak furniture, culminating in the magnificent Inlaid Chamber. The castle is surrounded by handsome gardens.

Coniston

Visit Coniston village. Sail on a steam yacht gondola. Wander amongst the Tilberthwaite slate quarries and Little Langdale Cathedral Cave.

Townend

A very fine example of Lake District vernacular architecture. Largely 17th-century, the solid stone and slate house belonged to a wealthy yeoman farming family and contains carved woodwork, books, papers, furniture and fascinating domestic implements from the past.