One Fern Cottages is a stunning 17th Century stone cottage with oak beams, situated in the Lake District National Park. Nestled in the beautiful village of Lindale,
The cottage has two beamed bedrooms, both of a good size and providing sleeping space for up to 5 peopl
We have stayed here now for 3 holidays and we return because of the comfort, warmth and cosiness of this lovely cottage in the South Lakes. The cottage a great balance for us of traditional character … More
Thank you for your comments Paul. We are really pleased that you had another great stay at the Cottage and hope to welcome you back again soon. Vicky & Nigel
“Cute and well equiped cottage.”
Reviewed 6 Aug 2012
This lovely cosy cottage was a pleasure to visit. The Kitchen was very well equipped with everything you could wish for. It is in a nice central area with two nearby pubs .TThe beds in the twin room … More
We are really pleased that you enjoyed your holiday at the Cottage. Thank you for your feedback as we appreciate the time and effort that goes into uploading any comments. The beds are actually very new so we will certainly look into your comments further to make sure that every guest gets a good nights sleep.
We look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
Reviewed 22 Oct 2017
Lovely cottage. Great location and brilliant to come back to after a day walking in the lakes! Really enjoyed the cosy living room and woodburner in the evenings. Thanks! … More
Thank you for taking the time to review the cottage. We too enjoy our walking in the Lakes and could not agree more that coming back to the woodburner is a lovely way to spend the evening. We look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
Located within the heart of the friendly village of Lindale, Rock Cottage has access to a good range of facilities including two pubs, church, post office and a shop. The village is conveniently located in South Lakeland and provides easy access to Coniston, Windermere,
We arrived in beautiful sunshine. Easy to follow instructions to access the cottage. Doors open to let the sunshine in and familarise ourselves with the cottage. The children enjoyed sharing a room… More