Bursting with character, this beautiful farmhouse oozes charm and provides a luxurious 5 Star retreat right in the heart of the Lake District in the stunning Troutbeck Valley. A very special retreat for friends and families close to Ambleside and Windermere towns and just a short walk from shores of Lake Windermere and an excellent pub. Sorry but short breaks are not available, just weekly or longer bookings taken throughout the year. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A holiday apartment ideal for couples, set in a quiet village on the edge of Derwent Water. Only one mile from the bustling market town of Keswick in the Lake District National Park. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Sleeping sixteen guests (or twenty using sofa beds), this large 18th Century self-catering retreat is just perfect for large groups, and is located midway between the Lake Distract and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Full of country charm, Fawcett Mill beautifully combines fabulous original features such as a Rayburn range and log fire, with modern comforts including a sauna, seven bedrooms and internet access ensuring the whole party can relax in comfort. Affording a picturesque setting with water falls and a stream running through the grounds, this welcoming holiday home is just perfect for walking, cycling, and relaxing and catching up with friends and family.
A cosy welcoming log cabin ideally positioned within an eighteen acre private secluded woodland estate in the Langdale Valley, near to Ambleside in central Lake District. A perfect base for exploring the areas many attractions and an ideal base for walkers, cyclists, or those who want to simply relax.
Close to Ullswater Lake, nestling in between Penrith and Keswick, this spacious self catering holiday cottage sleeps up to six guests and provides the ideal base for touring the Lake District, as well as the Scottish Borders and Eden Valley. Tourist board rating: 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. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
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. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A well presented cosy cottage ideally placed on the edge of the picturesque Lyth Valley just four miles from the popular market town of Kendal. An ideal retreat for exploring the many attractions of the Lake District whilst offering a peaceful haven to relax. Great local walks.
Set in the pretty Eskdale Valley, Fisherground Farm offers three self catering holiday lodges and a holiday cottage in a tranquil position ideal for those who love walking, nature or simply relaxing. Dogs and children are most welcome with plenty of on-site facilities to keep the little ones occupied and wonderful walks from the front door. An ideal base for exploring the Lake District's many attractions as well as the Cumbrian Coast. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Perfectly placed in Grasmere and just a ten minute stroll to a great choice of pubs, restaurants and shops, this welcoming cottage sits right in the heart of the Lake District in one of the most popular villages which was once the home of William Wordsworth. Superb walks and an abundance of attractions within easy reach make this the perfect choice for doing as much or as little as you want amongst the beauty of the Lake District National Park.
Wake up to magnificent views of Scafell! Sitting in the tiny Cumbrian hamlet of Greendale, just a short walk from Wast Water, Roan Wood Cottage provides a wonderful base from which to explore the beautiful area of Wasdale. Probably the most spectacular and unspoilt corner of the Lake District, this beautiful area is the perfect place to get away from it all and a popular choice for walkers.
A delightful stone holiday cottage that offers the best of both worlds - a stunning peaceful corner of the Lake District, yet within easy reach of the more popular tourist traps and attractions. A wonderful location in the Cumbrian village of Bowland Bridge within the Lake District - perfect for relaxing in the Lakes or walking! Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
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 with super walking opportunities and an abundance of attractions.
Sitting in large gardens (with tennis court!), this welcoming bright and airy holiday apartment is perfectly placed in a tranquil location overlooking lake Windermere, yet within just a mile of Bowness-on-Windermere with its shops and eating establishments. The best of both worlds for those who want to relax and unwind whilst being within easy reach of the areas many attractions.
Ideally placed with views over Lake Windermere, this modern stylish holiday apartment sits in extensive grounds where guests can enjoy peace and tranquility, along with an all-weather tennis court, putting area and croquet lawn. The many amenities of Bowness-on-Windermere are just a mile away. A perfect retreat to enjoy the many attractions of the Lake District.
A detached country house in the Northern Lake District, ideal for large groups of friends or family located mid-way between Buttermere and Keswick in the picturesque Newlands Valley. Sitting in an elevated position, Bawd Hall provides a secluded retreat to relax whilst offering easy access to the areas many attractions and tourist hot spots. Wonderful views and super walking opportunities straight from the front door. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A delightful holiday cottage converted from a former Watermill with a cottage garden that provides an ideal place to relax and unwind. Located on the outskirts of a small village close to Grizebeck, The Watermill is ideally situated for exploring the Southern Lakes and its popular attractions.
Located within the beautiful Duddon Valley within The Lake District, this spacious pet-friendly holiday cottage sits in a tranquil position and provides stylish accommodation that is ideal for relaxing or exploring the area. Spend your days relaxing in the garden with only the noise of the waterfall to interrupt the tranquillity or get out and about exploring the areas many attractions and footpaths. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A beautifully presented cosy 18th Century self catering cottage located in a wonderful peaceful location yet only a one mile walk away from the bustling market town of Keswick with a great choice of shops, eating establishments and attractions. Close to Derwent Water, superb walking and an ideal base to discover the beauty of the lake District. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Located at the edge of a tiny peaceful hamlet, this delightful 17th Century holiday cottage with cottage garden not only provides the ideal place to relax and unwind but is also close to all the popular attractions within the Lake District.
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 Herdwick lambs and in the autumn, the trees are 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 plenty of family days out (including lots of things to do on a rainy day) and is great for 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 exceptionally pet friendly with many Lakeland cottages and attractions welcoming dogs.