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Sleeping 24 this house has magnificent views over Morecambe Bay. Ideal for several families holidaying together or a large group of friends. The house is ideally placed in a area of outstanding natural beauty just on the edge of the lake district. One of the best sunset views in the world are in winter over the bay when the tide has been out long enough for some of the sand to dry. Silverdale is located on the north of Morecambe Bay on the border of Cumbria and Lancashire in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house is surrounded by ancient woodland and is perfectly situated as a base to explore the surrounding area and the southern Lakes. The garden extends to over an acre with large lawn areas and patches of woodland. There is a large patio area at the front of the house with tables and chairs for 24 people, a large gas BBQ and panoramic views of the Bay. There is a wood fired Hot tube seating 7 people with views over the bay situated next to an all weather charcoal BBQ with dinning area and table tennis table near by. The house has an open plan kitchen and dinning area with views of over the Bay, perfect for entertaining large groups of people. The large main living room has a fireplace, hd TV and full subscription Sky HD. The upstairs living room adjoins the games room equipped with a full sized pool table, fridge, Sky tv and seating for 9 people. All double rooms are rather spacious, six are en suite whilst the others are next to family bathrooms. All bathrooms are newly fitted in modern designs. The house has many luxurious features including 2 jacuzzi s and 3 electronic steam showers. Broadband Wi-Fi throughout the property. Utility room with washing machine and dryer. Study room with a accessible computer and piano. All gas/electric, basic essentials/toilet roll/washing up powder/dishwasher powder etc and bed linen included. Sky TV- including sports & movie channels. Ample private parking .Cots and high chairs are always available (cot sheet and blanket are not included).

This extraordinary place is famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery, and superb walks. From the simple beauty of the lady’s-slipper orchid to the shining sands of Morecambe Bay, the area is simply awe-inspiring – full of natural spectacles and a surprise around every corner. The historic villages of Arnside and Silverdale sit snugly on the coastline of Morecambe Bay in a spot that’s been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty thanks to its rich diversity of habitats and wildlife. Its deciduous woodlands, limestone grasslands and coastal salt marshes are enclosed by low limestone hills creating a perfect environment for rare butterflies and marshland birds. You can discover the rich birdlife on a visit to Leighton Moss RSPB in Silverdale, where the largest reed bed in the north-west attracts more than 100 species of bird, including breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers. Spring is the best time of year to spot colourful butterflies flitting along the reserve trails. There’s a shop and cosy tea room serving delicious slabs of cake and home-cooked meals where you can warm up afterwards There are many nearby attractions including: Leighton Moss Bird Reserve (1mile) Leighton Moss RSPB Bird Reserve is of interest to all, not just bird lovers. There is a visitor centre and cafe. Silverdale Golf Club’s 18 hole course Silverdale Art Trail Each year, during the last weekend in June, local artists contribute to an ‘Art Trail’ event throughout the village. This popular and well supported event has a wide variety of exhibits and demonstrations to interest everyone. 2012 June 29 – July 1. Friday (5pm – 8pm) [Silverdale Art Group Gaskell Hall exhibition opens at 10am], Saturday (11am – 5pm), Sunday (11am – 5pm). Leighton Hall (1 mile) Leighton Hall is the beautiful, historic home of the Gillow family, and if the house and contents do not interest you then the display of the birds of prey is bound to impress. Open from May to September. Wolfhouse Gallery Lindeth Road, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0TX Gallery & Café open 10am – 5pm, closed Tuesday Tel: 01524 701 405 URL: Arnside (2 miles) About 1½ hours before high tide, there is the possibility to see a ‘bore’. Highly unpredictable in timing and size, it is probably at its most obvious during the spring tides. The promenade at Arnside and nearby Sandside are popular venues for sea anglers, catching mainly flounders. Carnforth (3½ miles) Carnforth Station Visitor Centre is only a short drive away. The station is famous for scenes in the film ‘Brief Encounter’, and volunteers have renovated rooms in the station back to a high standard. During the summer the occasional, but very popular, ‘steam train’ days are held. The Carnforth Bookshop Established in 1977 this is a large independant bookshop. The ground floor contains an extensive selection of new books and maps. With two floors, 14 rooms and over 100,000 books, the Second Hand Department is a veritable Aladin’s cave with more subjects than you can imagine, as well as prints and sheet music. Kirkby Lonsdale (8½ miles) Kirkby Lonsdale is an unspoilt little market town about six miles east, the area being made famous by the landscapes of the painter Turner. Lovely walks by the river – pause at ‘Ruskin’s View’, shops, pubs and cafes. Market day is Thursday. Devil’s Bridge Kirkby Lonsdale Crossing the Lune on the outskirts of the town. Built around 1370. Popular both with tourists and locals. Harley Davidson enthusiasts meet at Devil’s Bridge most Sundays. Lancaster (10 miles) Lancaster, about ten miles south, is full of historical sights, don’t miss a tour around the castle, visit the cathedral and museum. Learn about the local surgeon who wrapped up his victim’s remains in the Lancashire Evening Post! Kendal (10 miles) Kendal is another attractive market town about ten miles north and of course not much further on you are in the heart of the Lake District, all within half an hour’s drive from Yealand Redmayne. LOCAL PLACES TO EAT AND DRINK Yealand Conyers (½ mile) The New Inn 40 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9SJ Tel: 01524 732938 Offer a wide range of home cooked fayre that caters for all in either the bar or separate restaurant. Food served 12noon – 9:30pm daily. Silverdale Hotel Shore Road, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0TP Good pub meals. Tel: 01524 701 206 Fax: 01524 702 258 URL: Cinnamon Spice 16A Emesgate Lane, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0RA Indian restaurant and take-away, open 5.30pm to 11.00pm, 7 days a week. Tel: 01524 702 117 Silverdale Golf Club Redbridge Lane, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0SP Non-members are welcome to use the dining facilities in the clubhouse. Open Tuesdays to Sundays 11.30am to 8.30pm including Sunday roasts (booking preferable) from 1pm to 7.30pm. Tel: 01524 702 074 Fax: 01524 701 986 The house is a 10min walk from the woodlands pub (Best British pub award 2009) Woodlands Hotel Woodlands Drive, Silverdale, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA5 0RU Jane & Dave offer a friendly welcome. Real Ale always available in the bar. Look out for the Beer Festival in October every year. Tel: 0871 951 1000 Beetham (3 miles) The Wheatsheaf – The Wheatsheaf at Beetham, Near Milnthorpe, Cumbria LA7 7AL Family run local pub with good food. Tel: +44 (0)15395 62123 – Fax: +44 (0)15395 64840 E-mail: URL: Arnside (1 mile) The Heron Cafe 3, The Promenade, Arnside, LA5 0HF Tel: 01524 762 482 Great food in a friendly atmosphere with superb views. Good value meals include a 3 course special menu. Take your own wine, if you want to. Arnside Chip Shop 1, The Promenade, Arnside, LA5 0HF Voted best ‘chippy’ by Lakeland Radio in 2008. Tel: 01524 761 874 Email: URL: Watch the live WebCam!