A self-catering property with open fire and enclosed garden
- english, french
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Great weekend break
We had a great weekend break, the house was large, and well appointed, plenty of room for us, and a lively toddler.
Stayed here with group of friends for a week . Fab time . Xx
Wonderful place in the lakes. Good location for getting around.
The property was ideal for the whole family from great grandparents 78yrs to great grandchild 17months. Big quirky house with everything you need 👍
Clean and tidy, had everything we needed
Large character property with ample space and lots to do. Really well suited to our family birthday celebrations, less than 100 yards to 2 pubs & well stocked shop. Highly recommend
Thank you 😊
Great comfortable house !
We just came back from a 3 night stay at this wonderful property . Helen was very helpful , the house is very spacious ( we were a group of 10) comfortable and well equipped . Highly recommended !
Thank you for your kind comments. I am really glad you had a lovely time and enjoyed our house.
A great base for exploring the Lake District
We loved our stay at the Old Bank House. We comprised of three families including children aged 0-6. The house was huge and quirky and had everything and more than we needed for our stay. Once the children were in bed we lit the fire and it was so cosy sitting in the living room. The house is in the middle of two pubs - the Rose and crown and the engine inn - both of which were very local serving lovely food. We were only a short drive from Cartmel too. All in all it was a lovely stay and the house was plenty big enough for all 11 of us. The children loved all the toys too. Thank you x
Old Bank House is set in the welcoming, unspoilt village of Cark in Cartmel on the Cartmel peninsula, an area famous for its rugged unspoilt coastal countryside, abundant wildlife and glorious racecourse. It is situated quarter of a mile from Holker Hall, and just a few miles from Windermere, Sizergh Castle, Levens Hall, Coniston Water and the delights of the Lake District National Park. There are many beautiful footpaths and bridleways for walking and riding and indeed the Cumbrian Coastal Way passes through the village.
The village boasts two pubs, both of which provide good food and beer, a post office, a convenience store and a station which serves many easy day trip destinations along the picturesque coast. The 12th Century village of Cartmel, lies just over a mile away and boasts an additional four pubs, one of the country's best gastro restaurants and ancient cobbled streets.
For wildlife enthusiasts, nearby Morecambe Bay is a popular destination for birdwatchers.