7 Queen's Square


£300 - £780

Kirkby Lonsdale
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gas effect
Nearest Pub:
1 minute walk

A charming, stone-built Grade II listed town house nestled among the enchanting network of narrow lanes in the centre of Kirkby Lonsdale; this attractive Queen's Square property offers accommodation for up to 6 people split over four floors and has a unique position overlooking the picture-postcard grounds of St Mary's Church in the heart of the town. Period features such as deep window sills and sash windows enhance the character of this property.

Kirkby Lonsdale is one of Cumbria's most picturesque market towns. Its position on the bank of the River Lune adds to its photogenic charm, and its many grand historic buildings celebrate the town's illustrious past. Exploring the narrow winding streets and cobbled squares is captivating, and coupled with a wander along the river to the medieval masterpiece of Devil's Bridge, or a browse around the many fine independent shops can create a perfect break in itself. Kirkby Lonsdale also boasts an excellent range of tea rooms, restaurants and pubs to relax in, many of which are within a stone's throw of this beautiful property.

Kirkby Lonsdale's unique location on the borders of Cumbria, Yorkshire and Lancashire means there is an endless array of sight-seeing options available on the doorstep. A short 10-mile drive into the Yorkshire Dales will lead you to the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and White Scar Caves; both offer fantastic adventures for the whole family. Head South into Lancashire and the Forest of Bowland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that has lots to offer visitors. But you don't have to travel out of Cumbria to seek exploration; Kirkby Lonsdale resides in the picturesque region of South Lakeland with England's largest natural lake, Windermere less than an hour's drive away. Here you find yourself in the heart of the Lake District National Park with an abundance of activities, walks and sports on offer.  Closer still, the historic properties of Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall are certainly worthy of a visit, and nature lovers will enjoy the stunning countryside surrounding the town itself and all that this peaceful corner of the County has to offer.