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Self-Catering Holidays in the Lakes
The Lake District is one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations and is famed for being the largest national park in England, along with having the highest mountain (Scafell Pike); its largest natural lake (Windermere) and its deepest lake (Wastwater). Located in the North West of England in the Cumbria, the Lake District boasts a simply stunning landscape that attracts visitors from all over the world. It is a place that has inspired writers, artists and poets alike including Wordsworth, Coleridge, Southey and Beatrix Potter. Read More
A 17th Century holiday cottage in the lovely village of Lindale within the Lake District. With twin ended Jacuzzi bath, lots of original character, open fire & two pubs in walking distance, this is an ideal retreat all year round.
A charming holiday cottage located in a peaceful position near to the village of Bowness-on-Windermere within the Lake District National Park. Within walking distance of numerous amenities and attractions, this is an ideal base from which to explore the area. 4 Star.
A comfortable cosy holiday cottage in a lovely rural location within Cumbria, near the unspoilt village of Ravenstonedale. Conveniently located for exploring the many attractions of both the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District and ideal for walkers. 4 Star.
A delightful holiday cottage located in the heart of the old town of Sedbergh, in The Lake District and Yorkshire Dales. Ideal for exploring these two beautiful areas or parking the car and exploring the town and local area by foot.
Set in a peaceful position on the outskirts of a village near Kendal, this holiday cottage provides a comfortable retreat for couples who enjoy walking, cycling or relaxing and is an ideal base from which to explore the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
Ideally positioned within an 18 acre private secluded woodland estate, in the Langdale Valley, near to Ambleside in central Lake District. This log cabin provides an ideal base for walkers, cyclists, or simply relaxing.
A luxurious holiday home ideally positioned within the Langdale Valley in the Lake Districts. With Ambleside, Coniston, Grasmere and Lake Windermere nearby, this is a good base for exploring the areas many attractions.
A delightful Lakeland cottage ideally situated in a tranquil position near to the popular village of Bowness on Windermere which is located within the Lake District National Park. A cosy base from which to explore all this stunning area has to offer.
A delightful character Grade II listed holiday cottage in a tranquil position with magnificent views across Morecambe Bay on the fringes of the Lake District and just a mile from the resort of Grange over Sands.
A delightful ground floor holiday apartment in a period 19th Century Lakeland house, providing superb value for couples who want to explore the Lake District. A perfect place to relax and unwind, visit the many attractions and enjoy superb walking. 3 Star.
A first floor holiday apartment in a traditional 19th century Lakeland house, offering excellent value for couples who want to explore the Lake District. Located in peaceful woodland, this is the perfect place to unwind. 3 Star.
A comfortable holiday cottage in the quiet village of Portinscale on the edge of Derwentwater. Just a twelve minute riverside stroll into Keswick, this is an ideal base for exploring The Lake District and its many attractions.
A delightful luxurious pet-friendly holiday cottage less than a mile from the heart of the bustling village of Staveley on the South East edge of the Lake District National Park. With your own personal sauna, you are sure to have a relaxing holiday! 4 Star Gold.
Its dramatic and rugged landscape is its main attraction with noble peaks, heather-clad moors, tumbling waterfalls, sparkling lakes and intriguing forests. Ever changing, each season has something incredibly special to offer. In the spring the panorama bursts into life with lush green pastures alive with playful lambs and in the autumn, the trees ablaze with colour making it incredibly photogenic. The summer months attract visitors to the hills, bustling villages and lakes. Whilst the winter months are warming and welcoming with the breath taking snow capped mountains and friendly Lakeland pubs serving hearty traditional food with a roaring fire crackling in the background.
One of the country’s largest outdoor playgrounds, the Lake District attracts outdoor enthusiasts of all types who visit to enjoy incredible walking opportunities, climbing, sailing, mountain biking, kayaking and winter mountaineering to name just a few. It also has much to offer those seeking relaxation and quieter pleasures with its beautiful tranquil landscape providing the perfect setting for bird watching, painting, photography and lazy lake cruises.
Cumbria as a county has a unique and diverse character. It has miles of wonderful scenic coastline, pretty villages, historic towns and bustling city centres. It is steeped in history with ancient forts, discussed mines, historic homes, castles and literary attractions. It is also famed for its culinary specialities including the sticky toffee pudding, Grasmere Gingerbread, the Cumberland sausage and Kendal Mint Cake – the perfect energy boost for hill walkers!
A popular destination for both short breaks and longer holidays, the Lake District offers a huge selection of self-catering holiday accommodation from Cumberland cottages to log cabins beside the lake. An area that is very pet friendly with many Lakeland cottages welcoming dogs.