Cartmel, Lake District
Attractive period cottage sleeping two guests, located in the much-loved village of Cartmel offering a choice of well-regarded restaurants and pubs within walking distance, and just 6.5 miles from Lake Windermere.
Nestling in the heart of a picturesque and welcoming park, this cosy and chic Lakeland retreat is a perfect destination for summer holidays or all year round romantic weekend breaks.
Attractive cottage sleeping two guests, a period property given a stylish contemporary update to create a relaxing retreat just one mile outside the medieval village of Cartmel.
A gorgeous romantic retreat in the heart of Cartmel village with beautiful design features throughout, the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle. (Can be booked with Wharton House Jail for an additional couple).
A gorgeous barn loft conversion together with former village jail annexe in the heart of the foodie haven that is Cartmel.
This luxury cottage is located in the medieval village of Cartmel offering a choice of restaurants and is a short drive to Lake Windermere.
This charming traditional Lake District stone-built cottage makes the perfect retreat for both couples and small families, offering comfortable accommodation in a beautiful setting.
Stunning detached barn conversion sleeping five guests, located in the beautiful medieval village of Cartmel, and only 6.5 miles from Lakeside on the southern shore of Lake Windermere.
Lindale (Nr Cartmel), Lake District
Period cottage, stylishly updated to provide a beautiful retreat for two guests, situated on the southern edge of the Lake District National Park, only six miles from Lake Windermere.
Grange Over Sands, Lake District
Fully renovated in 2019, to a lovely standard, this pretty terraced cottage is situated within walking distance of Grange-Over-Sands’ attractions, including its promenade, shops, and restaurants.
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.
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