About the property
- Apartment8611 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
One bedroom, sleeps 2
Situated in the lovely old market town of Ulverston, our luxury apartments are the ideal choice for the discerning business or leisure traveller seeking the space, privacy and comforts of home not found in a typical hotel or bed and breakfast facility.
We have taken great care to furnish and appoint our apartments to the highest of standards: fully equipped, modern kitchens make it easy to prepare and serve a meal, luxury fitted furniture in all bedrooms ensure ample wardrobe space and in the sitting rooms the contemporary, elegant furnishings, unlimited Broadband and smart TVs ensure a functional, relaxing and comfortable living environment.
Elegant and spacious, this large one bedroom apartment is the perfect choice for guests on vacation or travelling executives requiring the space to work, relax or entertain - a real home from home.
Centrally located, in a newly renovated historic building, surrounded by Ulverston's array of restaurants, cafés, shops and pubs, the apartments are within easy walking distance of the railway station whilst a short drive will take you into the heart of the beautiful Lake District.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 13, 2018
About Rosalind Simon
I have lived in the Furness area all my life and it's been a great place to raise our two boys. I love travelling, reading, cooking, theatre trips and spending time with family and friends. I am a bit of a perfectionist and believe that if something is worth doing it's worth doing properly and this is reflected in the standard of our apartments and the service we provide. It's been lovely to welcome guests from all corners of the globe and introduce them to this beautiful area.
Rosalind Simon purchased this Apartment in 2017
Why Rosalind Simon chose Ulverston
With plenty of space to relax, work or entertain, this large beautifully furnished apartment provides the ideal base for the busy travelling executive looking for a real home from home. Couples on vacation will appreciate the extra space and luxurious touches.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Ulverston's location close to the beautiful Lake District and Morecambe Bay means there is something to interest everyone of all ages, either in the town itself, or within easy travelling distance. Some of the attractions around the town itself include the following: Laurel and Hardy Museum Ulverston is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Stan Laurel and you can see the statue of Laurel and Hardy outside the Coronation Hall. Conishead Priory Conishead Priory is home to one of the largest Buddhist communities in Europe. The Buddhist temple and historic mansion are set in 70 acres of beautiful woodland and parkland adjacent to Morecambe Bay. Guided tours are available and there is a café with indoor and outdoor seating. Hoad Monument One of Ulverston's iconic landmarks is the lighthouse shaped monument standing over the town on the top of Hoad Hill. Modelled on an early version of the Eddyson Lighthouse this was erected to commemorate the life of Sir John Barrow who was born at Dragley Beck, Ulverston in 1764. From humble beginnings, Sir John Barrow, naval administrator and traveller, went on to become the Second Secretary to the Admiralty charged with the running the British Navy. A lovely walk takes you to the top of Hoad Hill where you can enjoy spectacular views over Ulverston and Morecambe Bay. It is possible to enter the monument and climb to the top; a flag indicates the days the monument is open. Cumbria Crystal Cumbria Crystal is one of the last remaining producers of hand-blown and hand-cut full lead English crystal. At the factory, located opposite Booths Supermarket, you can see the craftsman at work and also have the opportunity to buy the crystal at the factory shop. Ulverston Leisure Centre Located on Priory Road, Ulverston Leisure Centre boasts a 25m indoor swimming pool, new fitness gym, and Cumbria’s largest tennis centre. Visit: www.northcountryleisure.org.uk for more information. Ulverston Canal and Canal Foot No longer navigable, Ulverston Canal is said to be the deepest, widest and straightest canal in England. A walk along the canal towpath (approximately 1¼ miles) from Ulverston will bring you to Canal Foot and the Levens Estuary where you can enjoy the beautiful views across Morecambe bay. Swarthmoor Hall Renowned as the birthplace of the Quaker movement, Swarthmoor Hall is a 16th century country house set in beautiful gardens and grounds. In the mid 17th century Judge Thomas Fell and his wife Margaret provided protection and hospitality for early Quakers, notably George Fox, its founding father, and allowed the Hall to be a headquarters for the movement. Here you can enjoy a guided tour of the hall, a walk around the gardens or perhaps a snack or drink in the café. Ulverston is a thriving market town with an array of restaurants and eateries catering for all tastes and budgets. A pleasant afternoon can be spent browsing Ulverston's small independent shops and stopping for coffee at one of the many coffee shops in the town. The many festivals held in Ulverston throughout the year have given rise to the town being named the Festival Capital of Furness. Of particular note is The Lantern Festival, held in September each year, which involves hundreds of local residents parading willow lanterns through the streets and culminates in a spectacular firework display, and the Dickensian Festival, usually held on the last week of November, during which the streets are lined with stalls selling all manner of goods and entertainment is provided by bands, singers and street performers dressed in Victorian costume.