Your search returned 42 cottages.
A pretty stone-built cottage, overlooking Eden Valley and Wild Boar Fell. WiFi. Full of character and charm, AGA. Ravenstonedale 3 miles. (Ref. 11602)
7 nights from £269Book Now
Fabulous, semi-detached barn conversion, 4 miles from Ravenstonedale. Quality accommodation, views of Howgill Fells. Near Lake District & Yorkshire Dales National Parks. (Ref. 2387)
7 nights from £523Book Now
Grade II listed Lake District cottage. Peaceful location on side of Wild Boar Fell. Probably one of the best views in Lakeland. Ravenstonedale 4.5 miles. (Ref. 2888)
7 nights from £349Book Now
Unusual, character stone-built property in hamlet of Kelleth, three miles from Orton. Galleried king-size double, large sitting room, grand piano, woodburning stove. Romantic retreat. Kendal 15 miles. (Ref. 22713)
7 nights from £327Book Now
Cosy, detached studio apartment with woodburner. WiFi. Pub 2 minutes' walk. Riverside walks from cottage door. Appleby 2.6 miles. (Ref. 913859)
7 nights from £253Book Now
A detached, period cottage located on the outskirts of Appleby. Plenty of character and charm. Pub nearby. (Ref. 905380)
7 nights from £266Book Now
Welcoming former blacksmith's cottage in the heart of Appleby-in-Westmorland. WiFi. Off road parking. Lovely mature garden. Penrith 14 miles. (Ref. 928202)
7 nights from £251Book Now
Stone cottage in the beautiful town of Appleby-in-Westmorland with river views and within walking distance of restaurants and pubs. Excellent touring location. WiFI. Sky TV. (Ref. 21559)
7 nights from £244Book Now
A lovely Cumbria cottage, ideal for families, in historic Appleby-in-Westmorland. Character, cosy accommodation with woodburner. Access to, and fishing on River Eden from garden. (Ref. 7224)
7 nights from £358Book Now
A cosy upside down stone-built cottage in Lunds, close to route of Settle-Carlisle steam railway. Superb views and walking from the doorstep. Hawes 6 miles. (Ref. 811)
7 nights from £276Book Now
Enjoy a tranquil get-away in a Kirkby Stephen cottage, nestling
in and around this historic town in Cumbria's Upper Eden
Follow the Town Trail and find cobbled corners, old buildings,
Market Square, the bull ring, Frank's Bridge, old cloisters and
a fine church known as the 'Cathedral of the Dales'.
Discover underground passages once used as refuge during Scottish
raids. Stumble upon lots of places to eat and a range of
interesting shops including antiques and curios.
Myths and legends near your Kirkby Stephen cottage
Rural pastures and wild uplands surround the town, dotted with
prehistoric settlements, impressive Norman castles and Roman forts.
Look out for the castles of Croglam (the biggest prehistoric
earthwork in the area), Brougham, Lammerside, Brough and Pendragon
(of King Arthur fame) situated in the spectacular Mallerstang
Valley. Learn more about the region's intriguing heritage along
the Lady Anne Clifford Westmoreland Heritage Trail.
For lovers of outdoor pursuits, choose from eleven long-distance
trails and cycle-ways, including Wainwright's Coast to Coast
path. The town is proud of its 'Walkers are Welcome'
status. Riding is equally popular, with pony trekking and trail
riding along a network of bridleways. Or do something different and
go paragliding - the fells around your Kirkby Stephen cottage offer
some of the best sites in the UK. There are also four nature
reserves such as Ewbank Scar (accessible by footpath from town) and
What else? Interesting restored sheepfolds, a Poetry Path,
pottery, farmers' markets - all kinds of things in store when
you book a Kirkby Stephen cottage!