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Self-Catering Holiday Cottage Ravenglass

Muncaster View in Ravenglass, Cumbria

From: €335 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 2

Muncaster View Self-Catering

Holiday home
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.

Area
The village of Ravenglass is on the edge of the Lake District National Park, and is a coastal village, once a regular smuggling base. From Ravenglass it is easy to enjoy the National Park, the Ravenglass to Eskdale Railway, Muncaster Castle and the beauty of the surrounding lakes and mountains.

Region
Impressive mountains, open fells and clear-water lakes, the Lake District has it all. From walking in the mountains to exhilarating watersports or just a gentle cruise on a steam-powered yacht, Cumbria is the perfect holiday destination.

Amenities
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. Please note the minimum night stay in this property is 3 nights, this property does not accept 2 night bookings.

Cottage amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • By the sea
  • On a Farm
  • Rural location
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Self-Catering Reviews

Mrs Sellars
September 2020
Great location, easy access to nearby Eskdale and Wast Water.. Accommodation comfortable and everything you need for a week away. Owners helpful and friendly, went out of their way to make show we had everything. Would recommend.
Mrs Sellars, September 2020
September 2020
A lovely cottage in a stunning part of the country.. Ideal place for walking and good pub in walking distance. Friendly owner, would recommend.
Mrs Parker, September 2020
August 2020
Really enjoyed the cottage only issue was couldn't open upstairs windows due to .... Really enjoyed the cottage only issue was couldn't open upstairs windows due to amount of flies which made cottage very hot we understand it's a working farm and therefore bought 2 fans and then we were happy the owner was great approachable and friendly and will definitely recommend the cottage it's a great base and the walk to ravenglass is beautiful we didn't want to go home
Chloe R
November 2019
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....
Mr Rudd, August 2020
November 2019
The cottage was as described, very clean, with spacious living area, well equipped for an offering that is not described as deluxe.. Very snug and comfortable, with lots of storage for clothes and food. There were a couple of negative comments in the visitors' book, but obviously from people with unrealistic expectations - eg, comments about flies - but if you book a holiday on a farm, you should expect to find flies in the summer! Biggest problem for us was that the wi-fi was down during our stay, but that wasn't the hosts' fault as there were mast repairs going on. Maybe it should be noted that it is a rural supply with limited signal, but that there are plenty of places offering free wifi in the nearby villages.
Miss Randall, November 2019
October 2019
A lovely little cottage in the Lakes.. Clean, tidy and comfortable. It would have been really useful to have a full sized fridge freezer as the cottage is advertised as accommodating two couples. We shared the place with two friends but our food was crammed into the small fridge freezer. Maybe most people don’t use it but my partner has food allergies so we can’t eat out and need to have our own food with us.
Mr Weston
May 2019
Lovely cottage on a working farm, everything worked and the property was clean and well presented.. Highly recommended.
Mrs Chittock
December 2018
A lovely cottage on a working farm.. Clean and comfortable. Very friendly people.
Mrs Shatwell
April 2018
A beautiful area to visit.. The cottage was a delight with everything we needed. A day at Muncaster Castle was a real highlight.
Mrs Clough
December 2017
The cottage and owners were lovely however we booked this pet friendly cottage as we were visiting family who have cats.. Only after making full payment were we advised that we could not leave our dog at the property. This did not suit our needs and had we been aware of this prior to booking we would have gone elsewhere. Please ensure information like this is published in the property details to enable customers to make fully informed choices.
Mrs Wooldridge
October 2017
A perfect 3day R&R break away from it all.. Warm welcome, lovely cottage, fab views, lots to do in the area and would definitely go back.
Mrs Laverick
March 2017
We had a lovely holiday and enjoyed staying at muncaster view.. The location was excellent, the owner was friendly and helpful. There is a great coastal path walk to ravenglass avoiding the main road. The cottage itself is not luxury, but you get what you pay for. The only little niggle we had was with the shower, it was very temperamental, sometimes boiling hot then suddenly went freezing cold, couldn't control it at all, which is not what you want after a long day walking in the fells. Apart from that, we loved our time there.
Mrs Nutter
December 2016
The friendliness of the owner, without being over the top.. A very comfortable, warm un-fussy cottage, just what we like.
Mrs Clune
August 2016
For two couples, it was really good to have two bed both with en suite.. Beds really comfortable. Large open plan living, eating and cooking space was also really good. Fab views out over the hills. 2km walk to Ravenglass and the railway. Very peaceful and quiet. We cook and there were just a couple of cooking tools we could have done with, but otherwise really well kitted out.
Miss Henderson
February 2015
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.
Mrs Clune, August 2016
February 2015
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.
Vicki H
January 2015
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.
Miss Henderson, February 2015
January 2015
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
December 2014
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.
Miss Rigby
October 2014
Lovely surroundings, fantastic cottage and a wonderful host. Definitely returning.
Mrs Swift, December 2014
September 2014
Lovely surroundings, fantastic cottage and a wonderful host.. Definitely returning.
Guest
August 2014
The position of the cottage for exploring the South West area of the lake district is perfect. The accommodation on a working farm had everything you could wish for and was clean and spacious, with a lovely view towards the mountains. The only thing lacking was an outside area to sit and enjoy a barbecue with the lovely view. The owners were friendly and helpful.
Guest
August 2014
Views from the cottage were superb.. Well positioned for exploring that area of the lake district. Clean and comfortable, easy parking. Very enjoyable stay on the whole. Farmer very friendly.
Mrs Boardman
May 2014
Views from the cottage were superb. Well positioned for exploring that area of the lake district. Clean and comfortable, easy parking. Very enjoyable stay on the whole. Farmer very friendly.
Miss Manyou
October 2013
We loved the quite picturesque location and of course the wood burner.
Miss Fountain
October 2013
A lovely property with beautiful views. The host was a lovely man and nothing too much trouble. Excellent location for serious walkers.
Guest
October 2013
My partner, Mirian, our wee dog, Cassie and I enjoyed a very relaxing stay. Ideal location and very friendly owner on site. Will return when time allows. Doug.
Guest
October 2013
We loved the quite picturesque location and of course the wood burner..
Sherbert_10
September 2013
Have just spent a lovely week with my sister @ Muncaster view. A lovely little cottage with wonderful views over the Cumbrian hills. It is situated on a working farm and we received a warm welcome from Mike, the owner. He was a great host, working the farm and looking after us if we needed anything, nothing was too much trouble. The cottage is very quiet with only the sound of the cows and birds waking us in the morning. Well worth a visit.
Miss Manyou, October 2013
September 2013
A lovely property with beautiful views.. The host was a lovely man and nothing too much trouble. Excellent location for serious walkers.
Mr Swan
July 2013
Peace, relaxation and a friendly, chatty, helpful owner. Will definitely return and our dog loved it too.
Miss Fountain, September 2013
June 2013
Peace, relaxation and a friendly, chatty, helpful owner.. Will definitely return and our dog loved it too.
Mrs Dizdar
September 2012
We enjoyed the peaceful surroundings and lovely views. The owners of the cottage were also very friendly. The cottage was very comfortable and warm.
Mrs Hollocomb
August 2012
I liked the location which meant I could walk to the beach and Ravenglass with my dog. The hotels/pubs were very dog friendly and the meals of a high quality.
Mr Swan, June 2013
August 2012
We enjoyed the peaceful surroundings and lovely views.. The owners of the cottage were also very friendly. The cottage was very comfortable and warm.
Mrs Dizdar, August 2012
July 2012
I liked the location which meant I could walk to the beach and Ravenglass with my dog.. The hotels/pubs were very dog friendly and the meals of a high quality.
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