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Beverley Cottage

Haverigg, Cumbria
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 3
4 star
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A delightful base for a family enjoying the spellbinding coast of Cumbria
  • Just a mile from the beautiful RSPB Hodbarrow Nature Reserve
  • Only metres away from Haverigg’s beautiful beach, with lovely coastal views
Property code: SZ070

Situated close to the beach in the peaceful and idyllic village of Haverigg on the Cumbrian coast, this traditional seaside cottage offers cosy, relaxing family accommodation for up to five guests.

This is a traditional seaside cottage in the coastal village of Haverigg. There is a very small population in this village and the location benefits from a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere. The village dates back to Viking times. The cottage sleeps five people in three bedrooms and is the perfect base for a family holiday on the Cumbrian coast.

There is an extensive sandy beach at Haverigg. The cottae is in a quiet position overlooking the beach and the harbour, enjoying beautiful sunsets. The Hodbarrow RSPB nature reserve is a short walk away and the area around Haverigg is visited by a wide variety of birds.

Black Combe provides an impressive backdrop to the village. The summit of this vast fell is easily attained and there are views for miles across the coast and the Lake District. You can also enjoy rides on heavy horses along the beach, country lanes and on the beaches.

The front door of the cottage opens to a carpeted hallway. The house has been furnished in a seaside theme and boasts views of the harbour and the sea. The sitting room has a gas fire, wooden floor, TV and DVD player and comfortable seating. This room is open plan to the dining room with table and chairs. There are views of the harbour from the sitting room. Off the dining room is a well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and hob, washer/dryer and fridge with small freezer compartment. There is a door from the kitchen to the rear courtyard.

The downstairs bathroom has recently been refurbished and we are awaiting a new photo of the bath with shower over, WC and wash basin.

From the hallway, there is a staircase to the first floor. The main bedroom is generously sized, featuring a king-size bed and fantastic views to the harbour and beach. There is a single bedroom and a twin bedroom, both of which are at the rear of the house. On the first floor, there is also a separate WC with wash basin.

The front of the cottage faces towards the sea making the most of the coastal light. There is a sitting out area with a bench in the front garden with views of the sea. The enclosed rear yard is suitable for storing bikes and outdoor equipment (back gate can be bolted from within rear yard).

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 king-size, 1 twin, 1 single
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath, WC; 1 additional WC
  • Electric oven and hob, washer/dryer, fridge with small ice compartment
  • Gas fire
  • TV, DVD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Towels not included
  • Front garden with outdoor furniture
  • Back courtyard
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Storage for bikes
  • Beach just a few metres away
  • Unrestricted roadside parking opposite cottage subject to availability, free parking in public car park 100 yards from property
  • Pub 200 metres

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Location

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