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One of our Keswick cottages, this Victorian townhouse is just minutes from amenities of Keswick. Three-storey, quality accommodation. Excellent family base. (Ref. 3879)
7 nights from £437Find out more
A lovely, single-storey semi-detached Keswick cottage. Well-equipped, lovingly furnished, enclosed garden. Great walks from the doorstep. Keswick 10 mins walk. (Ref. 4174)
7 nights from £343Find out more
Terraced cottage just one mile from Cockermouth. WiFi. Patio area with furniture. Ideal for exploring the northern Lake District. (Ref. 930248)
7 nights from £350Find out more
A superb semi-detached, Grade II listed cottage a moment's walk from the centre of Cockermouth. 100 yards from the River Cocker with beautiful riverside walks. Ideal base for a couple or small family. Bassenthwaite Lake 7 miles. (Ref. 935526)
7 nights from £265Find out more
Delightful historic cottage attached to a Grade II listed farm situated in Wasdale in the Lake District National Park. Original features and woodburner. Stunning views. Lake 200 yards. Walking and cycling from door. Wasdale 1.5 miles. (Ref. 931410)
7 nights from £339Find out more
Escape the madding crowds and book one of our Buttermere cottages!
It's not every day you find such a gem as the Buttermere
Valley, nestling in the northern part of the Lakes and featuring
the two stunning lakes of Buttermere and Crummock Water, where
motor boats are banned and peace and tranquillity are guaranteed.
Walks from your Buttermere cottage…
Think spellbinding scenery in every direction - calm blue lakes, majestic peaks, verdant woodlands and cascading waterfalls, mostly owned by the National Trust. Pack a picnic lunch and start with a leisurely 4.5 mile walk around Buttermere Lake, taking in a short path under a rock-hewn tunnel. For climbers and the more experienced walker, scale the heights of the 'Buttermere Round' or Wainwright's favourite mountain, Haystacks, offering unforgettable panoramic vistas from the top.
Follow the footpath up to Scale Force on the western side of Crummock Water, the highest waterfall in the area. Find dappled trails through Burtness Wood. Or saddle up and cycle the quiet country lanes of nearby Lorton Vale.
For thrills and adventure, Go Ape at the Whinlatter Forest Visitor Centre or do something really daring and try the Via Ferrata at the Honister Slate Mine. Gentler options include game fishing, bird-watching, painting and photography.
The small hamlet of Buttermere has a small church, a couple of traditional inns and a scattering of cottages while, for a little more life and action, both Cockermouth and Keswick are a mere fifteen-minute drive away.
If this sounds like the kind of holiday you're after, browse our Buttermere cottages now…