Cumbria Cottage Holidays
Home to the Lake District
Vast swathes of Cumbria are covered by National Parks or Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty; including the much-loved Lake District. Needless to say, Cumbria is a stunning place to visit and there is no shortage of countryside to explore.
However, natural beauty is not all this county has to offer. Cumbria is also home to market towns and quaint villages. If you want to relax and take life at a slower pace, this is the place to go. Enjoy local delicacies such as Kendal Mint Cake or Grasmere Gingerbread. There are plenty of tearooms and restaurants to choose from if you need refreshments after a day in the great outdoors. Cumbria is a haven for walking, cycling, water sports and other outside activities.
Cumbria is home to wonderful countryside and beautiful National Parks. There are footpaths and bridleways just waiting to be explored.
Whatever the season, Cumbria is a stunning place to visit. From the vibrancy of spring and autumn, to the frosty peacefulness of winter, make sure you do not venture far without your camera.
Whether you prefer walking, cycling or simply soaking up the view with a cup of tea; there will be something for you in Cumbria. Groups of all ages can find a corner of this beautiful place to call their own.
Plan your trip
This town was once the capital of Cumbria. It now offers a wonderful place to stay, with easy access to the Lake District. Situated near Ullswater, there is plenty to see and do in the local area.
Considered the southern gateway to the Lake District, Kendal lies just outside this much-loved National Park. Kendal is home to castles and museums as well as plenty of restaurants and shops.
A popular spot in the north of the Lake District, Keswick is close to the banks of the beautiful Derwent Water. You’ll find miles of excellent walking here, and plenty of good places to eat too.
Types of Holiday in Cumbria
The Cumbria is well suited to a holiday with your dog. Miles of countryside, plenty of fresh air and lots of pet friendly accommodation make this a pet-lover’s paradise.
Imagine relaxing into warm bubbles after a long day in the great outdoors. This could soon be a reality in one of our lovely cottages with a hot tub in Cumbria.
Blonde beaches, fearsome fortresses, and mythical monasteries – Northumberland is truly a sight for sore eyes. It also has a National Park, meaning a wealth of historic attractions and scenic countryside are under protection for your viewing pleasure.
Sprinkled with stately homes, grand viaducts and Roman ruins, the Scottish Borders are a source of untapped beauty and underrated sights – making it the perfect remote break from reality. The romantic nature reserves on the east coast, home to puffins and herring gulls diving from the cliff tops, are something to see.
Yorkshire covers a vast swathe of northern England and has so much to offer. From wonderfully quaint tearooms to seemingly endless stretches of countryside, Yorkshire is a beautiful place to stay.