Park Hill House is a luxury holiday property for up to 18. Stylishly-furnished throughout, highlights include a hot tub, sauana and cinema room.
Our Lake District properties can be found in some beautiful locations and include cottages, barn conversions and Grade II-listed dwellings.
Charming holiday cottage for two set on a non-working farm that’s part of the Greystoke Castle Estate in the Lake District.
Beautiful Grade-II property near Kirkby Stephen in the Lake District that sleeps 8 and retains character features both inside and out.
Former Grade II listed barn that’s been superbly converted to offer self catering holiday accommodation for medium-sized groups.
Traditional stone cottage with a characterful interior comprising a well-equipped kitchen, a dining room and living room with open-fire.
Boat-house conversion set on the outskirts of Bowness-On-Windermere that offers self catering holiday accommodation for two guests.
Pretty stone holiday cottage in the village of Barras in the Lake Distrct that sleeps two guests and adjoins the owner’s farmhouse.
Lovely single-storey barn conversion near the village of Longtown in the Lake District, that offers luxury holiday accommodation for two.
Lake District holiday cottage for two guests that features a private hot tub, a traditional wood-burner stove and two outdoor seating areas.
Set near Ulverston, Thimble cottage sleeps tw and is part of a collection of traditional stone holiday cottages in the Lake District.
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.