Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this terraced cottage is on a working farm a mile from Ravenglass.
Muncaster View is a welcoming terraced cottage on a working farm a mile from Ravenglass. There are two ground floor double bedrooms, each with an en-suite shower room. Upstairs is an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
Outside there is use of shared mature gardens, and off road parking for two cars. With the National Park, narrow gauge railway and Muncaster Castle all within easy reach, Muncaster View makes an ideal base for family, friends and walkers alike.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Small but spacious! A very nice cottage - can see Great Gable from the window. About half a mile from the coast, in a farm courtyard (expect animal noises!). Convenient for all the western valleys and beautiful beaches. The dog loved it. Spotlessly clean, well equipped and very comfortable. Wifi was a bit dodgy - it's rural Cumbria - but there are plenty of cafes around offering free Wifi, so it's not the end of the world if you are only after picking up messages. There are quiet lanes for early morning dog walking, and as I said, a huge choice of beaches for the dog to run wild and free. And there is a therapist operating from the farmhouse, so if you are in need of some physio, it could be a good place to book for a week.... Chloe R 2019-11-09
A lovely cosy cottage. The owner was very welcoming and it was great that the log burning stove had plenty of wood and coal for our stay. A great place to have as a base to visit the Western Lakes. Miss Henderson 2015-02-15
Lovely Christmas at Muncaster View I spent Christmas week 2014 at Muncaster View with my partner and his parents (and their dog). It's an absolutely lovely cottage, quite modern inside but designed to be cosy and traditional. It was great having an en suite for each bedroom so we had completely separate bathrooms to use and no communal one. The log burner and electric fire in the lounge area added charm and worked a treat at keeping us toasty, as did the electric heaters in the bedrooms. We managed to have a great Christmas dinner despite a few hiccups with the oven (there's no seal around it and it's not screwed into the unit) and some mis-timings with the electric hob - but what can you expect for a holiday rental, they're not really designed for grand meals!
Mike the owner was friendly and helpful. He left a small Christmas tree in the cottage and a huge box of shortbread as a gift for us, which was a lovely touch. It was great being surrounded by his farm animals, we loved waking up to see the sheep out in the frosty fields. The location is also ideal - we managed to visit Whitehaven, Gosforth (with some very lovely pubs), Ravenglass, Windermere and Coniston in 4 days. Just beware of the Hardknott Pass - it's a truly awful road and should be avoided at all costs... despite what the sat nav says!
All in all, I absolutely loved our week away here and hope to go back one day. victoriaswift269 2015-01-08
The host was excellent from the time we arrived until we left. He ensured we had all that we needed and made our stay very comfortable throughout our stay including providing sufficient logs etc for the log burner. Due to the holiday being at Christmas, it was enhanced by wonderful views from the property overlooking the snow capped mountains including Mount Scafell. We will definitely recommend this holiday cottage to anyone and we plan to return there without a doubt. Mrs Swift 2014-12-30
Lovely surroundings, fantastic cottage and a wonderful host. Definitely returning. Miss Rigby 2014-10-06
Linen provided Towels provided Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television
Double Beds 2
Electric heaters with woodburner in sitting area Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD, CD Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc in rent, additional wood available to purchase from owners Bed linen and towels inc in rent Off road parking for two cars Shared mature gardens with furniture Sorry, no smoking One well-behaved pet welcome Shop 10 mins walk, pub 1 mile
Changeover Day Fri
is approximate and
should only be used to get a rough idea of the cottage location.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Ravenglass area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
of facilities are believed correct at time of publication, but may
be subject to change by the cottage proprietor. Up-to-the-minute
facility listings will be always presented during the booking
process for your approval.