A selection of holiday lettings in Cumbria
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Find hundreds of holiday accommodation in preparation for your trip to the stunning county of Cumbria. In a matter of seconds, you can discover all of the available Cumbria holiday cottages in one place, on one page. Encompassing the region of the Lake District National Park, this beautiful region has captured the hearts of visitors, artists, and poets alike for many hundreds of years. Forming part of the largest national park in the county, Cumbria is made up of a stunning coastline, and views over valleys and lakes, with plenty of traditional inns dotted here and there along the way. If you’re looking for Cumbria holiday lets, you’ve come to the right place. We know that an escape to a Cumbrian cottage might need certain requirements, such as dog friendly facilities. You might want to be located closer to a town, and in that case we can find holiday apartments in one of the nearby towns. Cumbria is a stunning county in England, before reaching Scotland further north. It is home to some of the most stunning views in the entire country, and is also a historical area of interest thanks to towns such as Penrith and Carlisle. Ever dreamed of visiting Hadrian’s Wall from the comfort of your holiday rental? Visit Cumbria, where the origins of the Roman Emperor Hadrian began. Or perhaps Dove Cottage, the place where it all began for Romantic poet William Wordsworth. A popular option for many visitors to this beautiful corner of the world, is to escape it all in one of the most delightful holiday lodges in Cumbria. Or, how about disappearing into one of the cosy cabins in Cumbria that we have for you to enjoy? Whether you’re travelling to engage in some outdoor activities, or you’re looking for luxury relaxation in one of our Cumbrian cottages with hot tubs - we have it all. To begin your search for Cumbrian accommodation, all you have to do is tell us how many people you’re travelling with, and for how long. We’ll take care of the rest.
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Best areas to stay
- Carlisle: Known as The Great Border City, this is a city and county town of Cumbria. It was originally established as a Roman settlement and helped the forts along Hadrian’s Wall. It is located close to Scotland, hence its former military importance. It is a deeply historic destination and you will be delighted to find more cottages in Carlisle here.
- Kendal: Most famous for its most popular export among hikers and mountaineers, the Kendal Mint Cake, this town lies in the valley of the River Kent and is a town of beautiful local limestone. It is also known as the Auld Grey Town, and is also a producer of pipe tobacco. Its long history that dates back to the Roman times make it a fantastic place to look for somewhere to stay. Find cottages in Keswick.
- Lake District: The largest national park in the UK, and one of the most coveted for its fantastic mountain landscape and UNESCO Site status. It has been associated with the poets from the Romanticism era, particularly William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. Find cottages in Lake District.
What to eat in Cumbria
Cumbria is the origin of many classic British dishes, and has a range of wonderful sources to find the best quality in produce. The dishes created in certain hotels over the last half a century has shaped the Cumbrian cuisine, and you must try it during your visit. The most famous is the Cumberland sausage, which is spicy and served with mash and onion gravy. Another is the Grasmere shortbread dating back to the Victorian era.