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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

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

  1. Christine

    Verified purchase

    "Absolutely Perfect. Clean and comfortable. Kitchen is well stocked and very spacious. Upon arrival, we found a few little surprises......a welcome pack.....lovely clean towels......a very friendly welcome......and more, much more. This is a self catering apartment, over and above the norm. The beds are very comfortable and the decor throughout is of a modern theme.Stairs leading upto the apartment.........3rd floor......but well carpeted and views are worth looking at through the windows.......chance to get your breath back.The views out of the windows are superb, forever changing, forever eyecatching.The garden is lovely and peaceful........the sound of the pond waterfall trickling through the bird song and the breeze is wonderful. Very secure parking.Short distance to Grange over sands.......lovely walk along the promenade........if you suffer a little with your knees.......its a bit hilly but worth it.Value for money........................................... I would say so!Would i go again...........................................I didn't want to leave! When do we plan another visit............. As soon as Possible!"
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  2. Hannah

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely place to stay would certainly recommend it. There were 3 adults and a toddler in our party and there are a lot of stairs up to the flat which wasn't a problem for access but as a single parent carrying a lot of luggage up to the flat was a bit tricky (I knew the flat was on the second floor when I booked this isn't the fault of the owners!). The view over the estuary was beautiful and Grange is perfectly positioned to visit Lake Windemere and has lovely local walks that don't require a car. The flat itself was well equipped and there were basic cooking condiments (salt, pepper, oil) which are often not present in self-catering cottages. There was also a welcome basket with coffee, tea, bread and milk and butter in the fridge which was very sweet. The only downside was the hot water pressure in the kitchen which was very low and took a while to fill the sink, the shower and bath were fine though. We had a lovely weekend I'm sorry if you could hear some terrible-two tantrums at bedtime!"
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  3. Susan

    Verified purchase

    "Beautiful cottage and perfect location for us although getting a landrover in and out the gate was a challenge. The negative was the heating or somewhat lack of. We stayed mid October and due to the location the cottage was exposed to the elements. The heating was set to come on at 7am for an hour and 5pm for an hour with an option to press the +1 0n the control for an extra hour. We are early risers and so the stone cottage was cold for us every morning we got up. After a day of walking sometimes in cold wet weather we were generally returning to a cold cottage if we got back before 5pm. Even shortly after 5 it was not warm and then it went off at 6. The log burner, although pretty was not effective. We live in a 400 yr old cottage ourselves on Exmoor with no central heating. We rely on our log burner and are never cold. This was not as comfortable, for that reason, as it could have been. Clear instructions not to alter heating settings!"
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  4. Alan

    Verified purchase

    "This was a wonderful, quaint cottage. We loved our stay there. The landlady was extremely kind and left us a big tub of chocolates which my girlfriend ate! She also left us with a big bag of dog snacks for our Jack Russell terrier. It is little things like this which make a difference. Location was perfect: the cottage was only a few minutes from the shops where there were 2 Asian restaurants and 3 English ones. Cost: absolute bargain / fantastic value for money. It was cold weather when we went in February but the cottage was lovely and warm at night. Perfect location for travelling to Cumbria and Northumberland. Don't miss Appleby town centre, Kirkby Stephen, Corbridge town and Roman museum, Barnard Castle (actually the name of the town, not just a castle). We have already decided to come again to Appleby and stay at this cottage."
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  5. Rob

    Verified purchase

    "This really is a beautiful place to stay. The views from the flat have to be seen to be believed, the main bedroom and living room have a perfect view across the estuary and hills so you can have a meal and watch the moon come up. The flat has pretty much everything you could need for a short break, and if you come with kids there is a well stocked games cupboard for rainy days. Its a short walk down to the esplanade and from there its a delightful walk along the esplanade gardens to the centre of Grange which has a few nice restaurants. You could use the flat as a base to explore the Lake District, but in my opinion why not relax take in the views and enjoy the immediate area. Also I must commend the welcome given by the owners, they couldn't have been more helpful and friendly, then just left us too it."
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