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Holiday Cottages In Cumbria

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Holiday Cottages in Cumbria

If there’s one part of England to rival anywhere in the world for its natural beauty, it’s Cumbria. Characterised by rugged peaks, magnificent bodies of water and spectacular wildlife, Cumbria is an amazing place for a holiday and, even though it may just be a few miles from your home, Cumbria holiday cottages can feel like a world away from the usual hustle and bustle.

There are lots of amazing holiday cottages in Cumbria, including some of the finest in the whole country. Many Cumbria holiday cottages are found in the region’s picturesque towns and villages, while others are in even more remote parts and are perfectly located for those adventurous hiking, climbing or cycling holidays. Whether it’s a spacious lodge for you and your friends or a smaller stone cottage in a quaint little village like Skirwith, there are holiday cottages in Cumbria available for all tastes and budgets.

What to do on your Cumbria holiday cottage holiday

Cumbria is the perfect destination if you’re looking for adventure. Home to some of England’s largest peaks, including the towering Scafell Pike, it’s the place to go if you enjoy hiking or rock climbing. Whether you’re an expert mountaineer or an amateur fell walker, there are lots of holiday cottages in Cumbria that are perfectly placed for exploring those tall peaks and rugged uplands.

As well as its amazing natural landscapes, (and we haven’t even mentioned the lakes yet!), Cumbria boasts some spectacular wildlife. With six nature reserves in total, the county is home to some iconic species, including red squirrels, roe deer and even Ospreys, which migrate year on year all the way from Africa.

Cumbria isn’t all rolling hills and remote peaks, and the county is dotted with lots of picturesque towns and villages. Penrith, for example, is one of the large towns, easily reached by rail or road, and bustling with activity. Carlisle, the county town, is well worth a visit, boasting fascinating historic landmarks such as Carlisle Castle.

Take control of your next holiday and go self-catering with Cumbria holiday cottages. With pet friendly options, cottages with swimming pools and modern spacious lodges available, you’re bound to find your next amazing home from home in no time.

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Holiday Cottages In Cumbria

More Cumbria Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Cumbria

If there’s one part of England to rival anywhere in the world for its natural beauty, it’s Cumbria. Characterised by rugged peaks, magnificent bodies of water and spectacular wildlife, Cumbria is an amazing place for a holiday and, even though it may just be a few miles from your home, Cumbria holiday cottages can feel like a world away from the usual hustle and bustle.

There are lots of amazing holiday cottages in Cumbria, including some of the finest in the whole country. Many Cumbria holiday cottages are found in the region’s picturesque towns and villages, while others are in even more remote parts and are perfectly located for those adventurous hiking, climbing or cycling holidays. Whether it’s a spacious lodge for you and your friends or a smaller stone cottage in a quaint little village like Skirwith, there are holiday cottages in Cumbria available for all tastes and budgets.

What to do on your Cumbria holiday cottage holiday

Cumbria is the perfect destination if you’re looking for adventure. Home to some of England’s largest peaks, including the towering Scafell Pike, it’s the place to go if you enjoy hiking or rock climbing. Whether you’re an expert mountaineer or an amateur fell walker, there are lots of holiday cottages in Cumbria that are perfectly placed for exploring those tall peaks and rugged uplands.

As well as its amazing natural landscapes, (and we haven’t even mentioned the lakes yet!), Cumbria boasts some spectacular wildlife. With six nature reserves in total, the county is home to some iconic species, including red squirrels, roe deer and even Ospreys, which migrate year on year all the way from Africa.

Cumbria isn’t all rolling hills and remote peaks, and the county is dotted with lots of picturesque towns and villages. Penrith, for example, is one of the large towns, easily reached by rail or road, and bustling with activity. Carlisle, the county town, is well worth a visit, boasting fascinating historic landmarks such as Carlisle Castle.

Take control of your next holiday and go self-catering with Cumbria holiday cottages. With pet friendly options, cottages with swimming pools and modern spacious lodges available, you’re bound to find your next amazing home from home in no time.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in cumbria.

  1. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "So peaceful. Just baaing of sheep, quacking of 3 resident ducks and 3 clucking hens. Beautiful countryside for miles and miles. Internet works (if you do want to get in touch with the outside world and mobile signal was good. Waggonette has it's own private patio looking up the fell. Red squirrel was a regular visitor. Kirkby Steven is a short drive (12 miles I think) with excellent baker, supermarkets, pubs, fish & chip shops and excellent Indian restaurant - The Mango Tree. For steam enthusiasts it isn't far to drive for a ringside view as The Fellsman comes into view and passes under the road bridge. Owners on site are very helpful if needed. Bed was comfy and apartment was warm even though the weather was more like October than August. Would definitely go back - still so much to see and do in the Dales and High Pennines."
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  2. Melanie

    Verified purchase

    "Wonderful location, everything on you doorstep, even the local co-op.Lovely quaint property, felt very cosy and homely. Parking very tight but OK when you got used to it. Could do with updating to carpets and furnishings. Twin beds in downstairs bedroom are extremely uncomfortable you could feel every spring and the beds wobbled. The double bed upstairs was wonderfully comfortable. However, due to the sloping floors the bed needs raising on one side as you roll one way all night.The vacuum cleaner had not been emptied in months and was full to the brim making the most horrendous noise.Wonderful shower in the downstairs bathroom.The upstairs cloakroom could do with some TLCThe kitchen was very well equipped.Lots of brochures and useful information left in the property for getting the most out of your stay."
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  3. Melanie

    Verified purchase

    "Wonderful location, everything on you doorstep, even the local co-op.Lovely quaint property, felt very cosy and homely. Parking very tight but OK when you got used to it.Could do with updating to carpets and furnishings. Twin beds in downstairs bedroom are extremely uncomfortable you could feel every spring and the beds wobbled. The double bed upstairs was wonderfully comfortable. However, due to the sloping floors the bed needs raising on one side as you roll one way all night.The vacuum cleaner had not been emptied in months and was full to the brim making the most horrendous noise.Wonderful shower in the downstairs bathroom.The upstairs cloakroom could do with some TLCThe kitchen was very well equipped.Lots of brochures and useful information left in the property for getting the most out of your stay."
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  4. Karen

    Verified purchase

    "Loved the cottage and it is in a great location. Hawkshead is about as perfect a Lakeland village as you could find anywhere.Just a couple of minor issues1) Lack of washing machine. We got round this by washing smaller items under the shower, but if we had been tramping through a lot of mud in wet weather this might have been a bit tricky!2) Due to my sister and I having bad backs, we had to jettison the twin room and one of us slept in the double bed and one slept on the floor as we had problems with the mattress / support of the two single beds.This didn't spoil our enjoyment of the holiday as we are resourceful travellers, but might we something that could be looked at?Other than this, we really liked it and would stay at S18500 again if we were visiting this area.Thank you!"
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  5. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "Nice village location for all the pubs which serve good food. Our choice for the best food would have to be The Queens. Beautifully presented and it taste lovely. This occasion was a short stay at Meadow veiw, but still had time to visit Tarn Hows and Grizdale. Spectacular. We took our 7 year old grandaughter who loved every minute. If I had one complaint it would have to be the downstairs single bed opposite the door. It was so squeaky. I slept downstairs with my Grandaughter for safety reasons. Every time she turned over in bed it woke her and myself, so did not get has much sleep has we would have liked, it is a twin bedroom. This bed needs changing in my opinion. In all we had a lovely time and would certainly return. Nov 2011. "
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