UM2
Towards the cottage
A grand entrance, with a great view from the doorstep
A spacious lounge with warming woodburner
snuggle up on the comfy sofa
Time to put your feet up
A beautiful garden
Country-style kitchen
Prepare your favourite meals
Dining area
A beautiful staircase leads you to the first floor
Bright and airy landing
Finishing touches
A sumptuous king-size bed
Lots of lovely features in the king-size bedroom
Spacious en-suite shower room
En-suite shower room
A modern shower enclosure
Twin bedroom
The twin bedroom boasts view across the meadows
Finishing touches in the twin bedroom
Bathroom
A beautiful staircase with an exposed wall leads you to the first floor
Enjoy al fresco dining in the summer sunshine
Beautiful separated gardens to explore
Perfect space for a lazy summer evening
Sit back with a good book
Start up the BBQ for a great evening meal
A real sun trap
When the sun sets, enjoy the company of your loved ones
Twilight in the garden is beautiful
Delightful garden to explore
Towards the property
A warm welcome awaits
Dine al fresco on a warm summer evening
Enjoy a long evening with family and friends
1 / 35  Towards the cottage
2 / 35  A grand entrance, with a great view from the doorstep
3 / 35  A spacious lounge with warming woodburner
4 / 35  snuggle up on the comfy sofa
5 / 35  Time to put your feet up
6 / 35  A beautiful garden
7 / 35  Country-style kitchen
8 / 35  Prepare your favourite meals
9 / 35  Dining area
10 / 35  A beautiful staircase leads you to the first floor
11 / 35  Bright and airy landing
12 / 35  Finishing touches
13 / 35  A sumptuous king-size bed
14 / 35  Lots of lovely features in the king-size bedroom
15 / 35  Spacious en-suite shower room
16 / 35  En-suite shower room
17 / 35  A modern shower enclosure
18 / 35  Twin bedroom
19 / 35  The twin bedroom boasts view across the meadows
20 / 35  Finishing touches in the twin bedroom
21 / 35  Bathroom
22 / 35  A beautiful staircase with an exposed wall leads you to the first floor
23 / 35  Enjoy al fresco dining in the summer sunshine
24 / 35  Beautiful separated gardens to explore
25 / 35  Perfect space for a lazy summer evening
26 / 35  Sit back with a good book
27 / 35  Start up the BBQ for a great evening meal
28 / 35  A real sun trap
29 / 35  When the sun sets, enjoy the company of your loved ones
30 / 35  Twilight in the garden is beautiful
31 / 35  Delightful garden to explore
32 / 35  Towards the property
33 / 35  A warm welcome awaits
34 / 35  Dine al fresco on a warm summer evening
35 / 35  Enjoy a long evening with family and friends

Clogger Beck Cottage

Cartmel, Lake District
Visit England rating: 4 stars
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
No Dogs
VE 4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
7 more
Property code: LCC13

Overview

Clogger Beck Cottage is located in the popular village of Cartmel, a two-minute walk from the square, with its shops, pubs and restaurants.

The country bolthole of owners John & Denise, who both fell in love with Cartmel and all the village has to offer, their super cottage will make the perfect retreat for both couples and small families, where it offers comfortable accommodation with the added bonus of a very beautiful garden to enjoy and relax in.

A traditional Lake District stone-built cottage, it derives its name from the little Clogger Beck that runs alongside the property, where you will see ducks cruising, an occasional brown trout, along with water voles and other river residents.

The village is a little medieval gem, lying only seven miles from the southern reach of Lake Windermere and is a firm favourite of foodies and celebrities alike. A huddle of lime washed cottages and shops, the village revolves around a delightful square, overlooked by a huge, impressive Norman Priory and, on its edge, is the smallest National Hunt racecourse in the country. For wining and dining there are four excellent pubs, along with Cartmel’s latest claim to fame, Simon Rogan's L'Enclume, voted the number one venue by the Good Food Guide and the prestigious award of two Michelin stars for exceptional cuisine.

All in a perfect cottage, perfect village along with the whole of the National Park within easy reach.

Living Spaces

Having parked up in the private parking space you cross over the little front garden and enter into the hall.

To one side is the sitting room. Spacious, it has a comfortable sofa and two armchairs drawn around a roaring, log-burning stove, which come winter will add a cosy ambience to the room. Oak beams, soft lighting and a garden view all combine to make a delightful place to come together, or simply kick back and relax with a movie on the wide screen TV.

Across the hall is a small dining room leading into the kitchen. Well-equipped to rustle up your signature dishes, it offers all mod cons for easy living. A small scullery leads to a downstairs WC and also opens out to the wonderful garden.

Bedrooms & Bathrooms

A fine stairway winds up to the first floor. Here you have two bedrooms and the house bathroom with bath, overhead shower, basin and WC.

The master double has a plump king-sized bed, a spacious en-suite shower room and views out to the garden. The twin bedroom lies to the front of the house, comfortable and well-furnished it looks out over a meadow and the nearby heights of Hampsfell.

Garden Spaces

The garden makes this delightful cottage even more special. Divided into ‘outdoor rooms’ there are paved, terraced areas along with a grassy lawn.

The sun hits the garden pretty much all day, where in summer months our northern days are long where come evening you can barbecue and dine in a magical twilight and as the sun finally dips, see a star filled sky with a magnificent view of the Milky Way - Perfect.

Out & About

The Cartmel Peninsular juts out into the Morecambe Bay, a spike of land made up of gently rolling hills, woodland and meadow, that tumbles into the bay and is criss-crossed with country lanes that are perfect for cycling.

From the cottage there are easy walks through the Holker Estate lands and, for a gentle challenge, you can go up onto Hampsfell, a mighty limestone bluff, where at the summit you are rewarded with the most magnificent panoramic views of the bay and the Cumbrian Mountains.

As a diversion you might try the Cartmel Segway. A guided tour through woodland and meadows it has proved a great hit with our guests. The office is located in the village car park, just off the main square.

For those that like an ancient grand pile, there are three of the best on the peninsular. Holker Hall is the closest with wonderful grounds and host a number of seasonal events including the Holker Garden Show, a festival of all things floral.

Sizergh Castle is a beautiful medieval house with wonderful gardens and estate grounds. Maintained by The National Trust there is plenty to do and see, along with a café, pub and farm shop.

Finally, there is Levens Hall, a fine example of the grand country house. The house well worth a visit as are the topiary gardens, a huge collection of the weird and the wonderful, sculptured from box and yew.

Just over the fell lies Grange Over Sands, famed for its mile-long promenade, it has a great collection of shops that will serve all your needs.

Further afield Lake Windermere lies seven miles to the north where you can board a steamer for a lake cruise, or at Fell Foot Park enjoy the National Trust grounds, laze by the lake shore or hire a row or sail boat for a spot of nautical fun.

Beyond, in easy reach, is the whole of the National Park; Coniston and its lake, the Grizedale Forest and above this the central massive of the Cumbrian Mountains.

So, with much to do and explore during the daytime, with the added joy of a cosy home to return to and a village offering some of the best dining in the country makes this a perfect venue for your Lake District holiday.

Read more

  • 2 bedrooms - with TV. 1 super king-size and 1 twin
  • Electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer
  • TV, DVD, CD, radio and iPod dock
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • 1 en-suite shower room
  • Garden with furniture and BBQ
  • Private parking for 2 cars, further parking in the village and village car park
  • Bed linen, towels, electric and gas and central heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no pets
  • Open fire - logs available to purchase locally
  • Pubs within walking distance

This property is personally managed by Holly.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.2
Overall equipment
4.4
Overall comfort
4.6
Overall location
4.8

Reviewed by Susan 5th October 2018

2nd stay here. Very comfortable, well equipped and well situated. Owners very helpful when problem reported and dealt quickly with it. Will come again.

Reviewed by Dan 21st September 2018

Nice cottage in a great location. Kitchen isn't the best but there's plenty of great places to eat in Cartmel.

Reviewed by Val 7th September 2018

the cottage was lovely, warm and homely, and located just a couple of minutes walk away from the pretty village setting of Carmel. It was also very well placed for exploring the Lakes. We very much enjoyed our stay.

Reviewed by Paul 17th August 2018

A Beautiful and well maintained cottage. Lovely location with generous car parking. All the relevant facilities were accessible and easy to use. The family had a wonderful holiday in a very relaxing accommodation.

Reviewed by Karen Lill August 2017

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Clogger Beck Cottage. Very comfortable, clean, well equipped cottage - with an amazing en-suite bathroom! Beautiful, peaceful garden and a great location. We would definitely recommend and would love to visit again.

Reviewed by Simone July 2017

We had an absolutely lovely time at Cloggerbeck cottage, really comfortable and perfectly situated in Cartmel.Would love to come back again and definitely would book with the Lakeland Cottage company again. Really happy with the no fuss booking and service.

Reviewed by Sarah & Elizabeth November 2016

Lovely setting. Nice and comfortable. Thank you

Reviewed by Amanda, Scot, Thomas & George October 2016

Loved everything about this cottage and village. Fab food in all the pubs, but our favourite was the Pig & Whistle! Great days out. They boys loved Tree Trek Adventure at Brockhole (I loved the views and tea on terrace!) Want to come back soon!

Reviewed by Jinks family August 2016

Lovely cottage, great stay!

Reviewed by Andrew & Alison August 2016

Great location, comfortable cottage, great local pub Pig & Whistle. Many thanks

Reviewed by Linda & John June 2016

Excellent cottage and location (very handy for eating in Cartmel)

Reviewed by Mary & Helen May 2016

Lovely cottage so well equipped. Enjoyed our stay and the lovely weather and garden.

Reviewed by Jacksons May 2016

Beautiful cottage, really enjoyed our stay. Thank you.

Reviewed by Barbara & Alan May 2016

Excellent cottage, so cosy. Had a wonderful time. Sorry to leave, will be back soon.

12 more
Towards the cottage
A grand entrance, with a great view from the doorstep
A spacious lounge with warming woodburner
snuggle up on the comfy sofa
Time to put your feet up
A beautiful garden
Country-style kitchen
Prepare your favourite meals
Dining area
A beautiful staircase leads you to the first floor
Bright and airy landing
Show 23 moreFinishing touches

Location

Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

Adventure, memories and awe-inspiring natural beauty await you in the rugged, wild and unique Cumbrian Lake District where beautiful expanses of water merge with magical forests against a backdrop of dramatic mountains and fells.

This ancient land has been sculpted by time and nature and is the newest UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first UK National Park to be awarded this outstanding accolade. Poets, writers and artists throughout the ages have been instinctively drawn here; William Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin, to name a few. The attractions and the diverse landscape will not fail to charm the young and the young at heart, whether that be thrill-seeking activities you seek, pure and cathartic inspiration or simply just some relaxation, you will find it here.

Cycling, walking, canoeing, white-water rafting, flying, parachuting and ballooning are just some of the offerings for any level of adrenalin junky. Experience the glory of nature in the wild or in a setting such as the Predator Experience where you can walk with wolves and learn about the importance of conservation. For a complete day of family, enjoy treetop capers at Go-Ape in the Grizedale Forest.

Vibrant towns and villages are there to be discovered, be it by land or water. You can step back in time and enjoy a steamboat cruise on a lake or leisurely unearth the dynamic scene of contemporary art, culture and some of the best dining in the UK by foot, bus or car.

The National Park is an area of breath-taking beauty that will leave you spoilt for choice, refuelled and inspired. So much so that you’ll want to come back time and time again.

The Travel Chapter Limited, trading as holidaycottages.co.uk | The Travel Chapter Limited is registered in England and Wales. | Registered office Travel Chapter House Gammaton Road Bideford EX39 4DF Company No. 02431506 | VAT reg: 143053210