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Groffa Crag, Ulverston
Sleeps 12

Groffa Crag, Ulverston

Large Cumbrian Holiday Cottage. in a Remote Rural Location. Sleeps 12.

In this spacious stone-built Holiday Cottage, you will find everything you could wish for when planning an extended family holiday or a reunion with friends. Enjoy the close proximity of the Lake District National Park, Coniston Water, Windermere, and The World of Beatrix Potter (this one is for old and young alike), both walking and cycling activities. Cruise on Coniston Water in a gondola, taking in Brentwood, the former home of the artist John Ruskin, and recognizing locations where the Swallows and Amazons film was made. Coniston village will charm you with busy little cafes, shops and pubs beneath the "Old Man of Coniston.

When planning your holiday itinerary, include the town of Ulverston (3.5 miles away) with its weekly country market and many annual festivals celebrating music, food and beer. After experiencing days out in the glorious outdoors, back at Groffa Crag Cottage:

  • Relax in one of the comfortable sitting rooms, maybe even in front of the warming woodburner.
  • Organize a table tennis tournament in the games room.
  • Enjoy a meal prepared in the splendidly equipped kitchen.


* 2 x super king-size double bedrooms (both zip-&-link beds for use as twin bedrooms with single beds

* 1 x second-floor king-sized double, with a zip-and-link bed for use as a double or twins

* 2 x double bedrooms with en-suite baths with showers over, basins and WCs

* 1 x second-floor double bedroom

* Bathroom with bath, separate shower basin & WC

* Second-floor bathroom with bath having a shower over, basin & WC

* Ground floor WC with basin.

* Kitchen (see Amenities) with dining area seating 12

* Second kitchen/boot room

* 2 sitting rooms (one seating 9, and one with a second dining area, seating·7)

* Snug lounge, seating 5, accessed via 2nd kitchen,

* Games room with table tennis on the lower ground floor * All three sitting rooms have woodburning stoves


* Oil-fired central heating with woodburning stoves

* AGA, 2 x electric ovens and hobs, microwave, 2 x fridge/freezers, washer/dryer, washing machine, 2 x dishwashers

* 3 x TVs (one with Sky Sports, two with 1 Freeview), DVD, WiFi, selection of books

* Fuel, power and starter packs for stoves included in the rent

* Bedlinen and towels included in the rent * Ample off-road parking

* Bike storage

* Lawned garden with terrace, patio and furniture plus small woodland area

* 3 well-behaved dogs welcome

* Sorry, No Smoking

* Shop 3 5 miles, Pub 2 miles Note: mobile reception can be restricted

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Plenty of room for our family weekend away to celebrate a 50th birthday....loved the table tennis...Rayburn...views.....easy walks from house....easy food delivery from Asda....not far from Ulverston Station. would recommend a visit to Tarn Hows and Tom Gill waterfall, and the Cathedral Cave at Tilbertwaite Quarries and the old packhorse bridge, Slaters Bridge.

Mrs Best, Tunbridge Wells, November 2016


This cottage is in a wonderful setting giving breath taking views towards Coniston Water and the coast. It is very spacious and suited our party of 12 adults and 3 dogs really well. There is a huge amount of parking space- great as we had 6 cars between us. The rooms, both sitting rooms and bedrooms are of a really good size. There are plenty of bathroom facilities for a large party. There is a great boot room for leaving outdoor equipment. The property was well heated and warm throughout. There was a constant supply of hot water.We appreciated the large dining table as we could sit and eat an evening meal as a group of 12. It was nice to have three separate sitting areas so we could split in to smaller groups when we chose to do so. The twelve of us have been spending a week away together for a number of years, in different locations, and we have experienced a wide range of accommodation of very varying standards. Grofa Crag has been one of the best cottages we have used. We had a great holiday!

Mr Millington, YORK, October 2016