A holiday in a Cumbrian cottage is a fantastic and richly rewarding experience. While ever popular with visitors for generations, the county remains unspoilt, relaxed and an oasis of natural beauty. Our network of perfectly situated and well-furnished Cumbrian cottages are waiting for you to visit and experience England's most beautiful county. From the days of Wordsworth, Lake District holidays have been known for their relaxing qualities, natural wonders and romanticism, while undiscovered corners of Cumbria lie in wait for those wishing for the perfect cottage break.

While the mountainous Lake District, studded with lakes of crystal clear waters is the dominant feature of this rural county, many delights can be found away from the national park. Choosing a Cumbrian cottage in the east and you find yourself on the banks of the river Eden, as it snakes its way northwards through rolling countryside in the shadow of the Pennines. A short trip west from any of our Lake District cottages and you will find port towns with historic trading links with the Americas and dramatic windswept scenery where the mountains give way to the see. Worth a day trip from any of our Lake District accommodations sites in the border city of Carlisle, increasingly cosmopolitan yet retaining its unique and turbulent history. And in easy reach of Windermere and Ambleside holiday cottages are the shores of the vast sandy expanses of Morecambe Bay to the south.

A Cumbrian cottage is the perfect answer to your leisure needs, with all the advantages of thriving towns and cities just a short trip away from glorious scenery and some of the finest walking country in the land. And wherever you choose to visit, you can be assured that our holiday cottages offer the highest standard of self-catering accommodation, in properties beautifully in keeping with their surroundings. Our large selection of Cumbrian cottages are welcoming you to spend some time in a haven of tranquillity.

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