Cartmel, Lake District
Stylish cottage offering a high standard of accommodation for four guests, situated in the much sought-after Cumbrian village of Cartmel, located 6.5 miles from the shores of Lake Windermere.
Satterthwaite, Lake District
Surrounded by nature, this contemporary barn conversion is perfect for guests looking to get away from it all.
Coniston, Lake District
A cosy Lakeland cottage in a stunning location by the shores of Coniston Water. Perfect for a romantic break to relax or more active adventures the magnificent Lake District has to offer.
Grange Over Sands, Lake District
Perfect as a romantic retreat or for family holidays, this lovely apartment is part of a beautiful Regency style villa offering magnificent views out towards Morecambe Bay and the distant Pennines.
Bouth (Nr Newby Bridge), Lake District
Quaint 17th century cottage lovingly updated to create a cosy retreat for up to four guests, situated in the village of Bouth, just 4.5 miles from the southern tip of Lake Windermere.
This quaint and cosy cottage is an ideal retreat and lies in a pretty village within easy reach of the southern lakes and the rolling low fells and meadows of the peninsulas.
A gorgeous barn loft conversion together with former village jail annexe in the heart of the foodie haven that is Cartmel.
Shap, Lake District
This attractive Grade II listed period property has been given a stylish and contemporary update to create a relaxing retreat in the Eden District village of Shap.
Stylish single-storey property located on a country estate sleeping four guests, located on the northwest shore of Coniston Water, just over one mile from the village of Coniston.
Nr Ulverston, Lake District
Enjoying an elevated location with views across the rolling countryside, tastefully finished and just perfect for couples looking to get away and enjoy the Lake District, whatever the time of year.
Windermere, Lake District
The Pavilion, Applethwaite Hall is one of a small number of beautiful apartments in this superbly restored Arts and Crafts masterpiece. Originally built for the Roberts family by the renowned architect Thomas Muirhead, who designed the pavilions at The Oval and Old Trafford, Applethwaite Hall was completed in 1901 and enjoys views over Orrest Head and The Langdales. The Hall sits in its own private gardens bordered by woods and fields where deer and badgers are regularly seen.
Nibthwaite, Lake District
This beautifully presented peat house offers peace and tranquillity in an unspoiled Lakeland setting.
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