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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 To Rent

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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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  1. Deepa

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was equipped very poorly- we were a party of 7 and there were only just enough mugs, not enough glasses or dishes- we had to keep washing up if we needed more drinks etc. the crockery was all chipped and not appealing to eat in! On the day of our arrival, one of the bedrooms was very stinky with bedding full of hair- could not establish whether human or animal hair! We found the room like that at 11.30 pm as didn't go upstairs until bedtime so one member had to make a makeshift floor bed. The owner did not answer the call and there was never any response from her when we called her on her phone. However the next morning she came by and agreed to put clean linen and bedding in that room and gave us some spare bedding. The toilets were very clean but there was half a loo roll for one bathroom so we ended up buying our own loo roll. The owner was responsive and put things better for us but overall this cottage did not meet our expectations at all! It has a very small downstairs communal area and despite the 4 bedrooms is NOT suitable for more than 5 people. Very disappointed!"
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  2. David

    Verified purchase

    "John and Linda were great hosts, warm and welcoming but invisible for the remainder of the holiday. The hayloft is a gem with all the tasteful fittings and fixtures almost brand new, perfectly placed for long and romantic walks on the moors but just a short 4 miles to Kirkby Stephen, we walked for 4 hrs one day without seeing another person which is just what we wanted. Situated on the edge of a quiet village on the outskirts of Kirkby Stephen and within reach of the Yorkshire dales, perfect! The combination of the wood burner and electric heaters gave a great balance and kept the whole place warm whilst we were there.Our only comment would be that the stairs are fairly steep between the kitchen and the lounge if you are at all unsure on your feet.We will definitely come back to the Hay loft if only to complete the high cup Nick and Malham cove walks we planned to do but were beaten by the weather."
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  3. heather

    Verified purchase

    "S100791 was very comfortable and well appointed. Location was wonderful too.However, the noise and dust from the construction next door was really not acceptable. We were told the day we picked up the keys that there was construction next door and were compensated 10% discounted which was nice. It did rain quite a bit so we were not able to sit in the garden very much. If we had of had nice weather it would have been very disappointing as we would not have been able to have the windows open or sit on the patio. The builder was very nice and we understand that he needs to get his home built. I feel you should offer alternative accommodation before the day of picking up the keys to the house. I expect once all of the cutting of stone is finished it will be better. Offering good customer service in a service industry should be prime as you only have one chance to make a good impression."
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  4. Confirmed Guest

    Verified purchase

    "We loved very homely S41599, it was a delight to come back to at the end of a day exploring the area. The cottage is particularly well equipped, the beds were really comfortable and we all slept really well. Our dog loved the gardens which were a delight with an abundance of flowers. There were lots of birds around and it would have been nice to see a few bird feeders in the gardens. It is the first time we have stayed in a cottage in such a small hamlet and for us the only reason I have given it 4 and not 5 stars is because it was just a bit too quiet and we missed having a village pub. If you really want to get away from it all and have total peace and quiet, away from street lights etc., then this is the place to be and we could not fault the cottage for comfort. The food hamper we received is by far the best ever received, we loved everything in it."
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  5. Julie

    Verified purchase

    "Enjoyed this location as it was a ten minutes walk down into the centre of Kendal. However, it was a very steep climb back up to the house. The house is very comfy and well thought out as the bedrooms are on the lower floor where there isn't the better weather and the balcony needed to be upstairs. The one drawback is that there are no toilet facilities off the utility room. Toiletries i.e. toilet rolls/handwash/soap had to be purchased as well as food bags/foil. There was a need for extra hand towels in the bathrooms.All in all this house is in an excellent location for the centre of Kendal, which has lots of places to eat and drink along with shops for all ages. A walk along the river was enjoyed as was the park for the children. Taking a half hour drive we visited Fellfoot National Park and cruised up Lake Windermere, well worth a visit."
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