Coniston, lies to the west of Windermere. It is a peaceful and tranquil spot made even more famous by the Campbell clan’s various attempts on the world speed record, including Donald Campbell’s ill-fated Bluebird K7 run in 1967 (for more information on this please visit the BBC archive website). It now offers a fascinating and beautiful destination for visitors, with the serenity and history of the Lake as well as many interesting places to visit locally, including Brantwood House.
Coniston, in Cumbria the Lake District has much to offer holiday makers and visitors. There are many places to stay in Coniston, including great self-catering holiday cottages and quality bed and breakfast and guest houses. To see some of the best holiday accommodation in Coniston please see below.
The best self-catering holiday cottages in Coniston, Cumbria the Lake District
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