Lake District Holiday Cottages & Places to Stay
If you're looking for a Lake District holiday cottage, look no further than our fabulous selection of places to stay.
No matter what type of self-catering accommodation you're looking for, you're sure to find the perfect place amongst our collection of hand selected holiday homes.
Considered one of the most beautiful regions of the UK and encompassing the entire Lake District, Cumbria has developed a natural companionship with self catering cottage holidays.
Explore all the Lake District has to offer, if the great outdoors is your thing, then Cumbria is the certainly the destination for you. Packed full of walking routes, cycling paths and other outdoor activities – you can do as much or as little as you like, have no doubt that with a stay in one of our self-catering holiday cottages you can combine the great outdoors with rest and relaxation.
For the children there are many attractions to keep them entertained during your stay; from animal parks and aquariums, to steam trains, open-top buses and boats. Take a walk back in time and visit ancient Cumbria or enjoy an educational tour of the many mines and quarries.
Get your bearings with our Quick Guide to The Lake District featured in our Tour blog, it’s a great place to start your adventure.
The Lake District is one of the UK’s most-loved National Parks, located in the north western reaches of England, it’s a landscape like no other consisting of gently rising fells and deep, cool glacial waters where water sports, rowing and cruising are enjoyed.
Whether you’re looking for a pet-friendly cottage with your favourite four-legged companion, a romantic cottage for two, perhaps with a hot tub, or a large property to accommodate groups of friends or family, we hope you can discover your very own retreat amongst our collection of holiday cottages in the fabulous Lake District.
Popular Holiday Destinations
Stretching for 10.5 miles between Ambleside and Newby Bridge, Windermere isn’t just the queen of Lake District lakes – it’s also the largest body of water anywhere in England, closer in stature to a Scottish loch. It’s been a centre for tourism since the first trains chugged into town in 1847 and it’s still one of the National Park’s busiest spots. The town of Windermere does not sit on the shores of the lake – between itself and the water lies another, distinct town, Bowness-on-Windermere, though there is plenty to recommend Windermere as a fine spot to enjoy a short break or longer holiday.
Here we feature a hand picked collection of holiday properties in and around Windermere.
Cartmel is a centuries old unspoilt village in an area recognised as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From here, walkers, ramblers, cyclists and countryside lovers are soon in landscapes of wonderful views to the not too distant fells of the Lake District and the sands and waters of Morecambe Bay on the edge of the Furness Peninsula. Here we feature a hand picked collection of places to stay in and around the village of Cartmel.
Here we feature a hand picked collection of holiday properties in and around Cartmel.
After Windermere, the second-largest lake in the Lake District is Ullswater, stretching for 7.5 miles between Pooley Bridge at the northern end and Glenridding and Patterdale at the southern end. Carved out by a long-extinct glacier, the deep valley in which the lake sits is flanked by an impressive string of fells, most notably the razor ridge of Helvellyn, Cumbria’s third-highest mountain at 950m. Here we feature a hand picked collection of places to stay in and around Ullswater.
Here we feature a hand picked collection of holiday properties in and around Ullswater.