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The glorious location with unspoilt views over Coniston Water and its own private lake shore sets Sunny Bank Chapel apart as the place to stay in the south-western Lake District.

 

The chapel dates from the 17th Century.  It was rebuilt in 1875 but closed for worship in the 1940s.  A complete refurbishment finished in 2020 has converted this near-derelict chapel into a stunning self-catering holiday let.

Want a romantic retreat, a base for exploring the Lake District or a place to relax or work without disturbance? - this is the place for you.

Please note that the chapel is accessed via steps so may not be suitable if you have limited mobility.

Sunny Bank Chapel at a glance

Completely modernised chapel

Sleeps 2

Double bedroom and bathroom

Large open-plan living area

Mezzanine with balcony window

Washing machine and tumble dryer

Free WiFi

Terrace with views of Coniston Water

Private fields and lake shore

Canadian canoe and buoyancy aids (for hire)

On site parking (stepped access to property)

7kW EV charge point (extra charge)

Gate onto the Cumbria Way

Lounge, kitchen & dining
Inside

Sunny Bank Chapel is spacious, yet cosy and comfortable. A perfect getaway for couples (young families also welcome), it is furnished to a high standard with everything you might need for quality holiday living. Extremely well equipped for self-catering, it is also within an easy drive of some outstanding Lakeland pubs and restaurants. It's a great place for dogs too!

The terrace
Outside

Sunny Bank Chapel occupies an elevated position on the quiet western shore of Coniston Water. It has private fields, woods and lake shore, and is surrounded by open fell. Bring your own boat or hire our Canadian canoe. Take your pick of a selection of beautiful walks right from the doorstep, or sit and enjoy drinks on the terrace, with a panoramic view.

Underfloor heating

Log burner with free logs

High-chair and stair gate

Linen and towels provided

Dogs welcome

Secure bike storage

Friday changeover (flexible out of season)

Setting off by canoe.JPG
Things to do

Many fun activities can be enjoyed without even getting in a car. The lake is on hand for boating, paddling, swimming or fishing. There are walks-a-plenty from the doorstep, many with breath-taking views. Further afield you can explore pretty Lakeland villages, climb Coniston Old Man, go cycling or mountain-biking. Or you can just relax at home amidst beautiful scenery.

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