Watersedge Retreat, views, sunsets, dogs welcome


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  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Whether you are wanting to enjoy a family holiday or a romantic break for two the quiet Hamlet of Sandside located within the Arnside & Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty won’t disappoint. The floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the River Kent estuary and out to the Lake District, watch the ever changing tides & take in some spectacular sunsets. The area boasts a network of footpaths & stunning scenery further afield is the beautiful Lake District National Park.

The space
The holiday home is furnished with a nautical theme to take account of its location. Each room is beautifully decorated with the lounge & master bedroom enjoying spectacular views across the water with the Lake District hills in the background. The master bedroom has a king size bed, wardrobe, dressing table, bedside tables and a small sofa. The second bedroom is compact has twin beds with a small storage area and bedside tables.
There is a shower but no bath in the shower room.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

What this place offers

Mountain view
Sea view
Public or shared beach access
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Free washer – In building
Private patio or balcony

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Where you’ll be

Sandside, England, United Kingdom

The small hamlet of Sandside is located between Milnthorpe & Arnside. The property is set back from the coastal road. There are beautiful walks from the doorstep.

The house is located within easy reach of Bowness on Windermere (25minute drive)
Discover the many lovely wooded walks around National Trust owned Arnside Knott, a 520 ft flat rock, head up to admire the view from the Pepper-Pot at Silverdale or ramble around the coast with its cliff top walks and sea views.
The Arnside bore is an impressive rush of water caused by a combination of the high tidal range and the shape of the bay which narrows into the Kent Estuary at Arnside. To give yourself the best chance of seeing an impressive bore wave, make sure you visit during a predicted tide of 9.5m or more, or preferably a spring tide. ! The bore normally occurs 2.5 hours before the high tide.

There is a small Information Centre at the Old Station Building in Arnside.Here you will find a great selection of leaflets on walking, cycling and the amazing wildlife in the AONB.

There are pubs and cafes located in Arnside, Silverdale, Beetham & Milnthorpe many serve food all day. Here are just a few,

The following are just a few suggestions of where to dine in the area, please note we haven’t tried all of them so recommend that you check TripAdvisor for the latest reviews.


Albion a popular waterfront pub in Arnside on the banks of the Kent estuary, they offer a wide range of quality home- cooked food

The Promenade, Arnside, via Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 0HA

Arnside Chip shop & the Big Chip cafe
1 The Promenade LA5 0HF

The takeaway & café are very popular & get very busy in summer. You can download the app & order on line for collection

There are several cafes along the promenade in Arnside

Posh Sardine

The old Bake House (sells a delicious range of pies)

Beach walk café 35 Redhills Road Arnside . This café is situated as you walk out along the promenade & follow the coast line for ¼ mile . You will find the café alongside the RNLI on a small track that will also take you to Arnside Knot.

Bob in cafe New Barns Road - walk along the prom and continue walking along the shore as far as you can see until you reach a caravan site the café is located as you enter the site. You can walk through the caravan site which is a lovely walk to Jenny Browns point


Refresh café
The square Milnthorpe LA7 7Q
Phone to pre order breakfast or picnic lunch


New Inn, 40 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, LA5 9SJ


The Wolf house kitchen & Gift shop & Art Gallery
Lindeth Road Silverdale LA6 0TX

Open daily and Friday & Saturday evenings

Silverdale Golf Club
Redbridge Lane, Silverdale LA5 0SP

The Royal
15 Emesgate Silverdale LA5 0RA

Silverdale Hotel, Shore Road, Silverdale LA5 0TP

Cinnamon Restaurant
6a Emesgate, Silverdale LA5 0RA

Indian restaurant with a great reputation, booking essential. They also offer a takeaway menu. They don’t serve alcohol but you are welcome to take your own. There is a Co-op next door.

Leighton Moss Visitor Centre & Café
Stores Lane Silverdale LA5 0SW


The Wheatsheaf - a lovely village pub
The Wheatsheaf, Stanley Street. Beetham. Nr Milnthorpe LA7 7AL

The old Beetham Post Office & Tea rooms
Church Street Beetham, LA7
Check before setting off as they a family run business & not always open


The Refreshment Room, Carnforth Station LA5 9TR

The award winning Heritage Centre & cafe is located within a working railway station, famously featured in the classic 1945 film ‘Brief Encounter’ directed by David Lean and starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard.

Grange over Sands

You will find a lovely selection of cafes & tearooms
Take the train from Arnside & enjoy a trip over the estuary & a walk on the promenade through the ornamental park & gardens


Home of the famous sticky toffee pudding. Lovely selection of cafes, tea rooms & pubs

Yew Tree Barn & Harry’s Café Bar, Low Newton, Nr Cartmel
One of our favourites

On the route to Kendal

Levens Hall, Gardens & Kitchen

Low Sizergh Barn
Lovely tea rooms, farm shop & gift shop

Within a 30 minute drive you can be in Windermere, Kirkby Lonsdale, Ingleton, Morecambe or Lancaster. Each offer something different & are worth a visit.

Grocery shops / Supermarkets

Morrison’s, Asda, Sainsbury’s & Tesco all offer deliveries


There is a community village store & post office located in Storth run by volunteers. Opening hours 7am to 12.30 Sunday closes at 10.30
A 15 minute pleasant walk from the house






Booths – our favourite place for lovely food but not the cheapest !
Spar at the petrol station



Hosted by Jules

  1. Joined in February 2015
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We are both semi retired and operate 3 holiday lets, two are in England and one in Paphos, Cyprus. If you are going away with friends or family and need two holiday let’s please note Milos Retreat and Watersedge Retreat are less than 2 miles from one other. We live in the beautiful hamlet of Carr Bank, Cumbria and when not working we spend as much time as we can walking or travelling. We love cooking, nice food, travel and music. We have a lovely home across the courtyard from Milos Retreat. We are available our guests require any support or advice but otherwise leave guests to enjoy their stay. We pride ourselves on the standards of each of our holiday lets and we do all we can to ensure have a wonderful stress free break.
We are both semi retired and operate 3 holiday lets, two are in England and one in Paphos, Cyprus. If you are going away with friends or family and need two holiday let’s please…

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Pets are allowed

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