Located on the River Cocker in Cockermouth, Waterside Croft is a well-presented holiday property that offers self catering accommodation for four.
Take a look at our Lake District holiday properties. Situated throughout this dramatically beautiful region, our collection includes traditional stone-built cottages, expansive holiday homes, barn conversions and Grade II-listed properties. Each one has received glowing reviews from previous occupants.
Converted 18th century mill with a beamed open-plan interior that offers stylish accommodation for four with two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin).
Lake District holiday cottage for two guests that features a private hot tub, a traditional wood-burner stove and two outdoor seating areas.
Lovely single-storey barn conversion near the village of Longtown in the Lake District, that offers luxury holiday accommodation for two.
Boat-house conversion set on the outskirts of Bowness-On-Windermere that offers self catering holiday accommodation for two guests.
A beautiful Grade-II holiday property near Kirkby Stephen in the Lake District that sleeps 8 and retains character features both inside and out.
Charming single-storey stone cottage for two guests comprising character features such as vaulted ceilings and exposed beams.
Neddy Cut is a modern, luxury holiday property situated near Backbarrow in the Lake District that sleeps six guests.
High quality farm building conversion near Backbarrow in the Lake District that offers stylish holiday accommodation for four people.
Charming period property in Keswick that sleeps eight, comprising four en-suite bedrooms, a beamed living room with wood-burner and a hot tub.
Traditional stone cottage in the Lake District National Park that sleeps ten and comprises two living rooms, a games room and hot tub.
Cosy, well-equipped holiday lodge for two guests in the hamlet of Pennington in the Lake District that includes a private hot tub.
Stone-built cottage with a modern kitchen, two bedrooms, a well-furnished living room. Outside, there’s a private garden with patio and furniture.
Charming cottage with two bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and living room with open-fire. Guests also have access to an indoor swimming pool.
Former farmhouse with seven bedrooms, a spacious living room, a kitchen with granite work-tops and a leisure suite with heated indoor pool and hot tub.
Holiday cottage near Lake Ullswater featuring a well-equipped kitchen, a lounge with entertainment system and access to a swimming pool and games room.
Stylish barn conversion with one king-size double bedroom with TV, a bathroom with bath and walk-in shower, a kitchen and living room with wood-burner.
Charming cottage with two bedrooms and an open-plan living area consisting of a kitchen and living room with wood-burner. Outside is a patio and hot tub.
Cottage in Ribchester with four bedrooms and an open-plan living area consisting of a kitchen with breakfast bar, dining section and a spacious living room.
The Lake District
The Lake District is a mountainous region in North West England offering a dramatic beauty that has inspired the likes of William Wordsworth. From the limestone outcrops of the Furness Peninsula to the fen covered hillsides of the Duddon Estuary, its landscape is one of stony ruggedness and rural tranquility,
There are 16 major lakes varying in size from Windermere at 10 miles, to the small but beautiful Grasmere Lake which is about a mile in length.
Towering above them are great brooding mountains like 3210ft Scaffell Pike, Britain's highest peak. Roads and pathways carry travellers high up into the surrounding mountain passes towards Esk Hause, Sticks Pass and Nan Bield Pass.
Cartmel, a cathedral town in miniature dates back to 1188 and offers treasures such as a 14th century gatehouse and 12th century church. Some of the best walking country surrounds this little town with footpaths winding their way through bracken and holly covered hillsides.
Hawkshead, another countryside gem, with its stone cottages is one of the Lake District's finest beauty spots and epitomises the character of these parts.
Then there's the Old Man of Coniston, rising to 2635 ft and affording some majestic visas of the waterfalls and green hills of Furness Fells.
Head over to our blog for more information about the Lake District, as we profile some of its most popular visitor attractions and historical places of interest.