A gorgeous
little love nest
for two...
Magical days
and starry nights
about peasecroft...
Peasecroft is a beautiful little love nest for two, located on the side of the mountain less than a mile from the village of Coniston in the English Lake District. A very peaceful and private converted wooden Coach House, tucked away behind a big gate and down a long drive. It has been fully renovated to a very high standard and sits in 8 acres of glorious woodland, field and orchard, with views of Coniston Water and the surrounding mountains. Fantastic walks to The Old Man of Coniston start from the gate and the village is just a five minute walk with a selection of great pubs,making this a perfect location where you don't always have to use the car.

Its blissfully cosy with home from home comforts such as Hypnos mattresses, The White Company linens, Sophie Conran crockery, Bose sound, Nespresso coffee machine and much more to make your stay a perfect one.

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It also has green credentials with solar power and natural materials used throughout. For a pure escape, Peasecroft doesn't have a TV but has a great selection of books to snuggle on the daybeds that are covered in sheepskins and merino wool cushions and throws or watch the sun go down while warming your toes in front of the fire. (We have wifi as we appreciate that we all need to check emails while away)

Peasecroft is perfect for a special romantic getaways or those simply wanting a very peaceful holiday.
Short breaks from £495. Weeks from £795 (Fridays and Mondays)
things to do...
The walk to the 'Old Man' mountain is from the gate and can be seen from Peasecroft. There is also a gentle walk/cycle path that becomes a stunning sea of bluebells in spring. (You can hire bikes locally) Walk up to the Coppermines Valley and waterfalls

There is a selection of five beautiful spas/ pools to choose from if you wish to have a special pamper day or two with The Langdale a short drive away.

Coniston Water is a beautiful and peaceful lake, just a 15 minute walk or few minutes drive. Take the boat to Brantwood - Home of John Ruskin and have tea at Jumping Jenny. The view is breathtaking. Dont miss The Bluebird Cafe located at the waters edge

The very popular Chesters by the River and The Drunken Duck are both a 15 minute drive away. There's a great selection of Michelin Star restaurants, gastro pubs and cosy cafes. Taxis can be booked should you need them.

The very pretty village of Hawkshead is a short drive and offers a number of stylish shops /places to eat. Other great villages are Ambleside, Grasmere, Windermere and Bowness. Kirkby Lonsdale is well worth a visit on the way home as its not far from J36

There is a large amount of activities on offer, from walking, water sports, cycling, off roading and horse riding, or for a more gentle day visit one of the amazing stately homes in the area such as Levens Hall or Sizergh Castle and farm shop
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best to rent 2015
what our guests say...

"I can't recommend this cabin retreat highly enough. We booked online without local knowledge of the cabin and we're delighted when we arrived. It's beautifully restored, private, luxurious, cosy and enjoys lovely views from all windows. The owners have created something very unique and beautiful and we will certainly be returning next time we travel to the lakes."

"Feel very lucky to have stayed here. It really is a haven of tranquillity, somewhere you can go relax and unwind. We wanted for nothing during our stay. The owners have thought of everything. There is no TV but there is WiFi and everything has been finished to a very high spec. The owners obviously has immaculate taste, everything in there is high class. A real gem. We cannot wait to go back. There is no place like this. This lady has even written all her personal recommendations for you. Thanks again."

"We couldn't have been more delighted to be the first members of the public to stay at Peasecroft, which is nothing short of perfection. From high-end Dualit appliances to White Company furnishings, this cosy cabin sits firmly at the luxe end of the shabby chic canon. We wanted for nothing during our stay, our every move anticipated from egg cups to potato masher! The building retains heat amazingly so a couple of pieces in the log burner kept us toasty all day long. With stunning views, thoughtful owners (cake waiting on arrival!) & the village a stroll away, we couldn't have been happier."