Cottage just for two with ground floor accommodation and spectacular views to Skiddaw and Latrigg at Applethwaite village one mile from Keswick. It is just a few minutes drive to Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite Lake and there are seven other lakes within a thirty minute drive. Carefully prepared for your comfort, wifi, parking, fell walks on hand and restaurants within walking distance. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
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.
Situated in a peaceful hamlet of Ruthwaite in the Northern fells of the Lake District, this holiday cottage affords lovely views and provides a perfect place for a relaxing holiday. It is an ideal base from which to explore the Lakes and conveniently located fifteen minutes drive from the popular market town of Keswick. Beautiful views over Skiddaw and Caldbeck Fells and great opportunities 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 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.
Surrounded by glorious Cumbrian countryside, Granary Cottage is an excellent base for exploring the Lake District National Park and the Cumbrian Coast. Sandwiched between Cartmel and Newby Bridge, close to the southern tip of Lake Windermere, the cottage is surrounded by stunning scenery with wonderful walks, cycle rides and a wealth of attractions within easy reach. A popular choice for families and friends at any time of the year with large garden, dining sun room and log burning stove for cosy winter breaks.
A comfortable holiday cottage in the Cumbrian village of Lorton in the Lake District National Park - perfect for enjoying the many attractions and activities that the area has to offer.
Well position on a 5 Star Award Winning park, this welcoming holiday lodge is perfectly placed in the Troutbeck Valley in the very heart of the Lake District National Park and within easy reach of the areas most popular attractions including Ambleside, Lake Windermere and Bowness. With a riverside balcony, fabulous fell views, and on-site facilities that include play areas for the children, pub and shop, it is a popular choice with couples as well as families at any time of the year.
Riverside Lodge is exactly what it says 'on the tin' and enjoys a fabulous waterside position on a 5 Star Award Winning park within the picturesque Troutbeck Valley. Welcoming and dog-friendly, Riverside Lodge is within easy driving distance of an abundance of attractions including Ambleside, Britain's largest lake and Bowness (on Windermere!). Enjoy fabulous views, excellent on-site facilities, superb walking and stunning scenery. An excellent choice for a family holiday.
When you stay at Brow Top you can enjoy the magnificence of Lake Windermere from the moment you wake up until the sun sets. The property, which is on a quiet cul-de-sac, is within walking distance of both Bowness and Windermere and enjoys commanding views across the water and surrounding mountains. It is extremely well furnished with every consideration being given to guests' comfort. The owners have arranged for guests to be able to use the swimming pool, Jacuzzi and sauna at the nearby Windermere Hydro Hotel (just a ten minute walk away). The Lake District National Park is beautiful whatever time of year you visit and Brow Top provides a wonderful home-from-home to stay while you explore lakes, fells, mountains and popular attractions like Beatrix Potter World.
This delightful holiday cottage (once owned by Beatrix Potter) is located in a beautiful countryside setting near to Coniston in the very heart of the Lake District National Park - a quiet, peaceful location making an excellent walking or touring base in the Tilberthwaite valley. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
A traditional large detached 16th Century holiday cottage in a private garden, located in an idyllic tranquil setting in the heart of the Lake District National Park. Just a ten to twelve minute walk from Ambleside with are plenty of attractions and fabulous walks on the doorstep. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Two luxurious contemporary holiday cottages in a spectacular position near Ulverston within the beautiful Lake District National Park. Sleeping five and six guests respectively, they are perfect for family holidays, two couples going away together or larger parties when rented together.
Sleeping six, Beckside Cottage provides welcoming holiday accommodation in an enviable position in the quiet hamlet of Lowick Green in the heart of the Lake District National Park. Just one mile from the southern edge of Coniston Water, Beckside Cottage is an ideal base for exploring the many attractions and surrounding mountains, fells and lakes. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Located in the heart of the Lake District, this comfortable holiday lodge is located at Neaum Crag within eighteen acres of spacious grounds. Dog and child friendly, guests have the use of good on-site leisure facilities including a Jacuzzi and swimming pool. Just three miles from Ambleside, this is an ideal base for those who enjoy walking, relaxing or who want to explore the area and its many attractions.
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.
Located on a Lakeland sheepfarm amongst lovely Cumbrian countryside close to Coniston Water, this holiday cottage provides the perfect place for a relaxing holiday and an ideal base for exploring the Lake District National Park and its many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
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.
Stay within walking distance of the Hawkshead Brewery, the Eagle and Child pub, and some great shops and cafes at The Wheelhouse. Built on a quiet road near the centre of Staveley village, The Wheelhouse puts you close to the action while avoiding the overly-touristy towns that detract from the peace and beauty of the Lake District National Park. The contemporary property, which is only a few miles from both Kendal and Windermere, can accommodate up to six guests in three bedrooms. Facilities like the Swedish sauna and secure storage for bikes and pushchairs makes it perfect for families and groups of friends who want to enjoy the spectacular landscape without compromising on comfort.
Perfectly placed just a five minute stroll from Windermere's shops and eateries, Kokopelli offers a stylish modern retreat for families, friends and also couples who appreciate a little extra space and a prime location whilst on holiday. Enjoy incredible walking, an abundance of attractions and the beautiful scenery of Lake Windermere and the Lake District on the doorstep.