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Bank Ground Farm

At a Glance

    Pros

  • stunning lake views
  • homey atmosphere
  • traditional welcome

    Cons

  • a fair walk from the village

Bank Ground Farm Review

Used by Arthur Ransome as the model for the setting for Swallows and Amazons, 15th-century Bank Ground is beautifully situated on the eastern shore of Coniston Water, opposite the village of Coniston on the western shore. It's a proper, old-fashioned, working farm, though some traditionally decorated rooms have a few contemporary elements such as stylish large-pattern wallpaper and oversize pillows. Cottages with kitchens (catering and barbecue packs are also available) are a good option for longer stays, and there's a guest lounge with an open fire. The tearoom is open to the public on weekends from Easter to October. The guesthouse is open Easter to November, while the cottages are open all-year round.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 rooms, 5 cottages
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Guesthouse closed Nov.–Easter.
Updated: 05-30-2014

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