The Lake District is one of the top tourist destinations in the UK, and with good reason. The glistening lakes and soaring mountains combined to create some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, offering an oasis of calm in a busy world. Whether you are a person who fancies getting out and about in nature on your holiday, or if you are one who prefers to stick close to the creature comforts of home and hearth, there is the perfect holiday cottage on our website just waiting for you to discover.
Here are a few of our newer Lake District holiday cottages for you to consider – sit back and start planning an unforgettable spring holiday.
Sandbed – Ravenstonedale Near Kirkby Stephen – Cumbria & The Lake District
This outstanding, stone-built, semi-detached barn conversion is beautifully situated in the Rawthey Valley,only 3 miles from historic Ravenstonedale. Sandbed Cottage makes an ideal location for those wishing to get away from it all and enjoy the famous Howgill Fells and all of the other delights that Cumbria and the Lake District offer.
22 Thirlmere – White Cross Bay Near Troutbeck Bridge – Cumbria & The Lake District
22 Thirlmere is an immaculately presented detached lodge located on a superbly maintained park on the shores of Lake Windermere in the beautiful Lake District. This Lake District holiday park is the perfect holiday location for families, with plenty of space for picnics and lots of ducks to feed. The sunsets from this idyllic lakeside location are unspoilt and look out across the lake to the mountains beyond – can you think of a better way to spend your holiday evenings?
Fox Barn – Staveley Near Windermere – Cumbria & The Lake District
If you’re looking for Lake District accommodation located right in the heart of it all, look no further than Fox Barn, located in the charming Lakeland village of Staveley in the Lake District National Park. This 17th century ground floor cottage is nestled into the hillside on a quiet country lane opposite the weir, with the fells beckoning right from the doorstep, and is but a five minute riverside stroll from the centre of Staveley.