Our two self-catering cottages form part of a 17th century farmstead located in the hamlet of Gibraltar looking out over Morecambe Bay. A 10 minute walk will take you to the village of Silverdale. The buildings retain the original features and were carefully restored by the Dowbiggin family who have lived at Wolf House for the last 40 years. Attractive furnishings, original paintings, ceramics and books reflect a lifelong interest by the family in arts, crafts and the countryside.

Wolf House Cottages are located within the designated ‘Arnside Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ – an ideal base for walkers, cyclists, bird watchers, golfers and for those seeking to relax in beautiful rural surroundings. From the doorstep, walks and wildlife await as there is a rich mix of interesting coast line, wetland, woodland, farmland and lime stone crags.  Visitors to the cottages need to be aware of the countryside with all the activity of a neighbouring farm and bustling gallery and cafe, however there is always a sense of rural retreat too

Adjacent to the cottages is Wolf House Gallery now run by ceramicist Wynn Abbot and the studio/gallery of Janice McGloine. The recently established Wolf House Kitchen run by Kenny and Katie is well worth a visit, serving delicious cakes and savoury dishes focussing on local quality produce.

The Silverdale/Arnside area is an undiscovered Gateway to the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. The cities of Lancaster, Kendal and Morecambe are close by.