Holiday Cottages in Cumbria

Cumbria is a county that truly has it all. Home to the Lake District National Park, the Langdale Valley, a large coastline and the mighty Lake Windermere, a stay in one of our Cumbria Holiday Cottages will not disappoint. We have a substantial selection of holiday cottages in Cumbria, from the Eden Valley, which borders Scotland, to the quieter areas of Lakeland, such as Kendal. Cumbria suits thrill-seekers and relaxers alike, with equal opportunities to scale mountains as there is to enjoy tea and cake in little cafes.

From intimate, remote lodges with outdoor hot tubs, to huge Victorian homes overlooking Windermere, our holiday cottages in Cumbria are truly one of a kind. A significant proportion of our Cumbrian self-catering accommodation is also dog-friendly, which will come as a welcome surprise to both dog owners and pets themselves. With ample countryside to explore and some of the most dog-friendly towns in England ready to visit, don’t hesitate to bring your pooch along with you to this canine county. If you’re staying in the Lake District specifically, you can check out our Lake District Travel Guide to find out more about the area’s best dog-friendly days out, among other great local tips. 

Our local team specially select each of our cottages and check them with expert care and undivided attention. Within the Lake District National Park, we have holiday cottages in Keswick, Langdale, Windermere and more for you to take a look at. Our homes in Keswick put you in close proximity to Derwentwater, a fantastic lake with opportunities to try a range of watersports and activities, such as canoeing and boating. 

Our holiday homes in Langdale are right on the doorstep of the Great Langdale Valley, home of the Langdale Pikes: Pike of Stickle, Pavey Ark, Thunacar Knott and Harrison Stickle. With views of other great pikes such as Pike O’Blisco and the picturesque town of Grasmere nearby, a stay in one of our Little Langdale homes is bound to delight those who love to put their walking boots on and get outdoors. 

Just below the Lake District lies an array of charming little villages in southern Cumbria. In Cartmel, we offer holiday cottages that put you right in the centre of an iconic Cumbrian village, with easy access to nearby Ulverstone, Kendal and Barrow in Furness. Near to Cartmel lies Arnside and Silverdale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From our cottages in Arnside and Silverdale, you get spectacular views of this green area and our cottages here are small and intimate, making them ideal for a romantic short break for two.

Cumbrian Destinations

The Lake District National Park is arguably the region’s biggest draw and it is known nationally for its amazing walks and vistas. These span across the whole of Cumbria and there are plenty of places to visit with equally awe-inspiring views in the areas that surround the Lake District. A visit to the Eden Valley provides you with the opportunity to explore the Lakes, the Dales and the Scottish border. This hidden gem has countless footpaths and bridleways scattered across it and there are walks to suit all abilities including a variety of leisurely strolls along the banks of the River Heade, which meanders towards the historic Border City of Carlisle. 

The North Pennines is also home to a range of walking routes and is known as England’s last wilderness, a title which has earned the region its status as a UNESCO Global Geopark. Miles upon miles of unspoilt scenery surround you here, featuring lush moors, farms, rivers and trails. The pretty stone village of Allendale and the town of Alston here are great places to stop on your rambles. 

Kendal and Cartmel are also popular with visitors. Kendal is an old traditional Cumbrian market town and home to a hive of shops, restaurants, pubs, bars, and local historical attractions such as Kendal Castle and Kendal Museum. Cartmel - home of the famous Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding - and the Cumbrian Peninsulas stretch across Cumbria’s southern coastline and are home to some really lovely towns and villages. The market town of Ulverston is a classic Lakeland destination and is the birthplace of Stan Laurel, one of the Laurel and Hardy pair - you can visit the museum dedicated to the comedy legends on your trip. You can also enjoy a walk up the Hoad Hill monument, known locally as the salt and pepper shaker providing unrivalled panoramic views of Morecambe Bay, the Lake District and the Irish Sea. 

It is easy to see why this region is so admired, and our cottages seek to provide you with the ultimate Cumbrian holiday experience.



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