Puddle Duck Cottage – New Cottage in Spark Bridge, near Windermere

Puddle Duck Cottage – New Cottage in Spark Bridge, near Windermere

 Puddle Duck Cottage is located close to Coniston Water and Windermere, ideally situated to explore the Southern Lake District. The cosy multi fuel log burning stove is ideal for winter evenings the cottage also has a country garden with fell views perfect for al-fresco dining.

Situated between Coniston Water and the coast is the hamlet of Spark Bridge, a cluster of traditional Lakeland cottages in a beautiful rural setting. Spark Bridge is within 3 miles of Newby Bridge at the southern tip of Lake Windermere and 2 miles from Coniston Water. It is an ideal location to visit the south and western Lakes. Grizedale Forest can be seen in the distance where you can enjoy a wealth of outdoor activities. Close by is Haverthwaite Steam Railway, Aquarium, South Lakes Animal Park and the villages of Windermere and Coniston. Near Sawrey is only 20 minutes’ drive this is where Beatrix Potter wrote Jemima Puddle Duck.

A contemporary, family accommodation allowing you to enjoy cosy nights in front of the log burner or dine alfresco and take in the stunning views to the fells which can be admired from all aspects of the house and garden. The village pub, which is nearby would be ideal for unwinding after a long day on the fells.

PUDDLE DUCK COTTAGE, Spark Bridge, Nr Lake Windermere ,Puddle Duck Cottage Family accommodation

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