Gosforth Holiday Cottages
Historically in Cumberland and now a part of Cumbria, the sleepy village of Gosforth has a community population of fewer than 1,500, combined with its nearest two neighbourhoods, Ponsonby and Wasdale. Just a 7-minute drive from the beach at Seascale village and close to Wast Water, there are plenty of beautiful rural sights to visit in the area. Largely still a residence for local agriculture workers, holiday cottages in Gosforth are ideally located for those seeking solitude and tranquillity.
The stone cross in the St Mary’s Churchyard is a notable attraction, thought to date back to the Viking era and standing at 14 feet, crafted from slender red sandstone. Those looking to stretch their legs can head off to the nearby Blendgale Forest and walk alongside the river to the ancient Monks Bridge on Cold Fell.
If you’re looking for a holiday cottage in Gosforth, you won’t find a better range in this handsome and historical village than available through Snaptrip. We have over 60,000 properties throughout the UK, all baked by our best price guarantee. Options include amenities such as hot tubs, garden seating and dog-friendly properties – all bookable through the site with real-time availability. Got a question? Our friendly customer service team are available to help.
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