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Woodview Cottages

Lowick Bridge
Holiday Cottages in the Lake District National Park

Directions and Travel for Lowick Bridge

By Road

If you have Satellite Navigation use: Post Code LA12 8EF

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Lowick Bridge is approached from the north or south by the M6. Leave the motorway at junction 36 taking the A591 towards Kendal. After about 3 miles, take the first exit onto the A590 towards Barrow-in-Furness. Follow this road past Newby Bridge, then on past Haverthwaite to reach a roundabout right hand turn sign posted to Coniston Greenodd and Workington A5092.

Take the turning and go through Penny Bridge till you reach Lowick Green. Here take the right hand fork in the road, A5084 signposted to Coniston. Follow this road for 1 mile where you will approach the crossroads of Lowick Bridge.

Immediately off the crossroads and to your left, just prior to a monkey puzzle tree, there are the two white gate post of Woodview Cottages. Go between these gateposts and park on the right by the tree. Congratulations you have arrived.

 See here for the suggested Touring and Walking Maps

Note: Arrivals are from 1600hrs unless otherwise arranged.

By Train

The nearest British Rail Train Station is Ulverston. Taxi from the station approximately 6 miles away is probably the easiest connection to the cottages.

By Bus

Stagecoach

Local Buses:

The (X12 Service) connecting Ulverston with Coniston stop at the "Lowick Bridge" junction directly adjacent to the cottages.

The (X35 Service) bus from Kendal connects with a change at Ulverston Victoria Road.

Example of Using Traveline to plan Journeys from " Lowick Bridge, Woodview "

By Taxi

Geoff's Taxis, Ulverston has been helpful in collecting previous guests arriving at Ulverston

Tel:01229 586666

By Bicycle

We have had past guests arrive by bicycle and then use Lowick Bridge for a base for exploring from. There are countless routes to be completed. The road up the East Side of Coniston Water is a delight to the start of any ride. For those with Mountain Bikes, Grizedale Forest Park , who also hire bikes  have many routes which is in addition to all the classic routes elsewhere. Ghyll Cycles at Ulverston have been very helpful for repairs, advice and equipment 01229 581116

By Foot

The Lake District is famous for its walking. Many modes of transport can be used to get to the start of these walks but walks can be done directly from Lowick Bridge. See here for the suggested Walking Maps

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