Bluebell Cottage sleeps four guests and is perfectly located close to the Lake District National Park, the North Yorkshire Dales and The Trough of Bowland, making it an ideal place for visiting the many attractions and places of interest that these areas have to offer. Located amongst spectacular countryside Bluebell Cottage is perfectly placed for exploring this beautiful historic area with attractions of pure natural beauty.
This delightful holiday home is located on the Underley Estate where there are a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy on your doorstep. Footpaths, tracks and trails allow you to explore the estate which is abundant with wildlife.
Keen fishermen will be pleased to know there are opportunities to try fly fishing on private sections of The River Lune, renowned for its salmon in September and October and sea trout during the summer. There are approximately one and a half miles of private water on the estate to enjoy, including pools such as the Broken Banks and Catamaran. Fishing is by prior arrangement, for an additional fee and tackle can be hired on the estate.
Whilst staying at Underley Estate you can try clay pigeon shooting where you can participate in this sport amongst the beautiful rolling countryside of the Lake District, with the stunning backdrop of The River Lune - the perfect way to spend a couple of hours.
The estate offers a choice of lovely walks with bridle tracks and footpaths taking you over rolling fields and through woods, along with private walks that are only accessible to those staying on the estate. Guests also have preferential rates on Kirkby Lonsdale's 'pay and play' 18 hole parkland course that forms part of the Underley Estate (this can be booked in advance).
Whether you are looking for a relaxing retreat or want to discover the many delights of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, this is an exclusive luxury holiday cottage that is sure to provide a memorable and special holiday.
Philip Pease joined Independent Cottages in May 2009
Bluebell Cottage takes its name from the beautiful woods behind which are ablaze with colour when the bluebells are out during Spring.
Sleeping four guests accommodation comprises:
Outside: Guests have a fully enclosed garden for relaxing when the sun shines which is made up primarily of lawn with plenty of space for littles ones and four legged family members to let off steam. Parking off-road available for three cars.
Additional information: Short breaks can be offered and alternative changeover days can be accommodated where possible - please enquire. Off road parking is provided. Electric, heating and water are included as are towels and all linen.
Star Rating: 5 Star
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