Butterfly Cottage – Bardsea

Holiday Cottages in Bardsea, Lake District

ocated next door to the Ship Inn, Butterfly Cottage is an outstanding and extended, beautiful house of cottage style in a super location. Comprising of a beautiful spacious lounge of natural decor and oak style flooring, with an open plan dining room allowing floods of natural light enter the property.

The first floor comprises of two good sized bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom. To the rear is a fantastic private garden with a lawned and decked area. 


Hire Rates, 2022 Season

Jan 7th    – Feb 17th       £395

Feb 18th – Feb 25th       £495

Feb 26th – March 31st   £395

April 1st – April 28th      £495

April 29th – May 12th    £495

May 13th – May 26th     £645

May 27th – June 30th    £725

July 1st – July 14th         £784

July 15th – Sept 1st        £895

Sept 2nd – Oct 27th       £495

Oct 28th – Dec 22nd      £395

Dec 23rd – Jan 5th        £895

About Bardsea

Bardsea lies two miles to the south-east of Ulverston on the northern coast of Morecambe Bay.

Bardsea, or Berretseige, is mentioned in the Domesday Book as one of the townships forming the Manor of Hougun held by Earl Tostig. Also once part of the medieval manor of Muchland.

Bardsea was once a small farming and fishing village well into the 19th century. It was accessed mainly by crossing the treacherous sands of Morecambe Bay. The church of Holy Trinity was consecrated in 1853. Previously the area had been included within the parish of Urswick.

What are you waiting for?

Book early for the 2022 season, we are already 60% booked. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Happy Alaska Customers

We take pride in our cottages and love hearing from you. Here is some feedback from a few of our latest stays. 

Hi Alaska Cottages, thanks again for a lovely stay, we truly loved the Devon beaches and Dartmoor, the cottage was spotless and finished to a high standard. We will be next summer – pandemic allowing – haha. Thank you!

Emily Jona

Stayed in Devon

Once again, a great stay in Little Urswick, the Lake District is such a stunning setting. Again, the cottage was top notch, and we were extremely impressed with the latest renovations. Keep up the great work and we’ll see you soon.

James Harris

Travel Blogger

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