Hartrees House Silecroft
This Holiday Cottages /Apartments sleeps up to 10 persons
over 4 Bedrooms
With 2 Bathrooms
Located in the south western tip of the Lake District National Park near Silcroft in Cunbria. Hartrees House s a substantial self catering property sleeping up to 10 people plus a cot and highchair supplied over 4 bedrooms.
The property is a short walk to a beautiful award winning beach, and as such you will have the smells and sounds of the sea while staying here. In contrast, inland there are views of the Lake District Fells, with Black Coombe Fell and 1970 ft in particular relatively close by.
Outside there is an enclosed garden with furniture supplied to enjoy the warm sunny days or evening sunsets.
Nearby in the village there is a pub, shop and close by a riding centre and golf coarse.
This property is at an elevation of approximately 45 feet / 13.9 metres above sea level
Silecroft Beach Near Silecroft - a sandy and shingle composition 0.7 miles away.
Haverigg Beach Near Haverigg - a sandy composition 2.8 miles away. Close to the mouth of the Duddon estuary as it flows out to the Irish Sea
Millom Beach Near Millom - a salt marsh composition 3.0 miles away.
Facilities at the Cottage
Holiday Cottage Travel & Directions Hub
Distances are direct straight line
| Liverpool John Lennon Airport
| Leeds Bradford International Airport
Leeds West Yorkshire
| Barrow/Walney Island Airport
| Isle of Man Airport
Malew Isle of Man
| A601(M) Junction J35a
Milnthorpe, Kendal, Morecambe, Carnforth
| A601(M) Junction B6254
Carnforth, Over Kellet, Kirkby Lonsdale
| A601(M) Junction J35
Lake District, Carlisle, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster, Preston, THE SOUTH
station code = SIC
station code = MLM
| Heysham Port sailing to ->
Douglas Isle of Man
South Quay, Heysham
| Douglas Ferry Terminal sailing to ->
Belfast (NI), Heysham,Liverpool, Dublin (IE)
Attractions & places to see nearby
Black Combe a fell in the far south west of the Lake District
Elevation = 600 Meters / 1968.5 Feet
2.4m / 3.9km - -
36 minutes walk
Cared for by English Heritage. Though now in ruins, the remains are still impressive with area ornately decorated. There is also a visitors centre on site with exhibitions
8.3m / 13.4km -
Silecroft Golf Club
A links course, 9 hole / 18 tee's both in the Lake District Park and on the west coast where visitors are welcome.
3m / 4.8km - -
45 minutes walk
The Dock Museum
A museum in Barrow-in-Furness, holding collection related to the immediate area from ancient artifacts to the more recent ship building and steel making heritage
8.7m / 14km -
Dunnerholme Golf Club
Located on the western coast of the Furness peninsula, A unique 10 hole golf links course with a driving range
5.5m / 8.9km -
Cared for by English Heritag. A 15th century stone bridge across Mill Beck, designed to carry goods and packhorse's to the Furness Abbey
8.7m / 14km -
A Fell in the south west of the Lake District with an elevation of 573 metres, 1880 feet
Elevation = 573 Meters / 1879.9 Feet
7.2m / 11.6km -
Furness Golf Club
The 3rd oldest links course in England, located on Walney Island at the tip of the Furness peninsula. With its location you get stunning views over the Irish Sea, and the distant Lake district fells
8.7m / 14km -
Barrow Golf Club
An 18 hole course set on the Furness peninsula with stunning views of both fells and sea. Includes a clubhouse and visitors are welcome.
7.4m / 11.9km -
Ravenglass Roman Bath House
Cared for by English Heritage
9.1m / 14.6km -
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