Cottage Holiday Locations
Find Your Perfect Cottage in the Lake District with Cumbrian Cottage Holidays
Characterful Cottages Cumbria
Our cottage holiday locations have been selected for their character and beautiful settings with things to do in the Lake District. Our team can introduce holidaymakers to their perfect holiday cottage in the Lake District. Choose from characterful cottages, shepherd’s huts, and pods across Cumbria including Hadrian’s Wall (Talkin Tarn, Carlisle, Solway Coast), North Lake District (Keswick, Caldbeck, Ullswater, Eden Valley) and South Lake District (Grasmere, Ambleside, Windermere).
Dog Friendly Cottages and Hot Tubs
You will find dog friendly cottages, cottages with hot tubs, cottages with lake views, large cottages for 6-16 people, romantic cottages for couples and shepherd’s huts and glamping pods. From cheap to luxury cottages, many of our holiday properties are family and dog friendly.
With our high quality, personal and friendly service, you can be sure to find your perfect cottage in the Lake District. Start your search below.
Talkin Tarn offers a variety of activities, such as fishing, rowing, sailing, biking and more, for visitors to enjoy, as well as nearby historical sites to explore.
Bowness-on-Solway is a tranquil seaside village with easy access to Hadrian’s Wall and nearby attractions such as Drumburgh Moss Nature Reserve, Carlisle, and Lake Ullswater.
Lake Ullswater is known for its romantic atmosphere and natural beauty, inspiring generations of poets. Only a 20-minute drive from the M6.
Keswick offers a variety of attractions including shops, bars, restaurants, scenic lake cruises and a range of water sports for all ages to enjoy.
Ambleside is the perfect destination for those looking to explore the breathtaking sights of the Lake District, with plenty of shops, bars, restaurants, and activities to enjoy.
Arnside and Silverdale offer stunning natural landscapes, charming villages, diverse wildlife, and breathtaking views of Morecambe Bay, along with the RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve which is an excellent spot for birdwatchers.
The Cumbrian coast is a secluded paradise offering natural beauty, tranquil atmosphere, and stunning countryside, providing locals and tourists an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.