Heversham House is based within the centre of the village of Heversham in the South Lakes. South Lakeland encompasses two of England's best known National Parks, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
Over the years these magnificent mountains and beautiful lakes have inspired many famous writers and artists like William Wordsworth, John Ruskin and Beatrix Potter.
Situated on the tip of the Kent Estuary on the Cumbrian Coastal Way lies the close knit village of Heversham. Panoramic views and stunning sunsets at the gateway to the Lake District, a perfect base to enjoy South Lakelands culture, wildlife and scenery. A quiet and picturesque location yet convenient to M6 motorway. Shops and services are locally available at Milnthorpe which is only 2 km away.
Heversham House is situated in the centre of the village of Heversham. Just 10 minutes from the motorway and 10 minutes from Kendal. Leave the M6 at Junction 36 if travelling from the north, or Junction 35 if travelling from the south. We are directly within the centre opposite the beautiful church.
It lies on the direct bus route between Kendal and Lancaster. There are rail links at Oxenholme the Lake District, Carnforth and Arnside. The nearest international airports are Manchester and Liverpool, followed by Glasgow. There are ferry links at Heysham for the Isle Of Man. There are bus links from Heversham to Kendal in the North, and Lancaster in the South.
Parking is located to the rear of the building so as not to distract from the views and home feeling. To access, take the turning for Heversham gardens and follow the path up to the house.