Lake District Holiday Cottages

Lake District Holiday Cottage

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Luxury Holiday Cottages
Eden Valley

We welcome you to stay at our self-catering holiday cottages in Eden Valley.

If you are looking for places to stay in the Lake District, you can do no better than our holiday cottages in the Eden Valley.

Sleeps 4-8

With 4 bedrooms our cottages sleeps up to 8 adults. Our well-maintained property offers a cosy base for exploring the popular attractions nearby.

Family Activities

Located near the heart of the Lake District, you will find activities for all the family within a short distance of the site.

Stunning Views

With stunning views throughout the year, this popular national park is the best place to experience the natural beauty of north England.

With plenty of open space in the area, our holiday cottages make the perfect getaway for fishing, walking or cycling trips. Whether you are seeking an action-packed holiday or a relaxing family trip, our popular countryside cottage offers something for everyone.

Self Catering Places to Stay in the Lake District

We offer a selection of beautiful holiday cottages located in the picturesque Eden Valley. Our charming well-equipped country cottages are in easy reach of the Lake District, the North Pennines and the Yorkshire Dales.

If you like reading the walking author Wainwright, you are in easy reach of his beloved Howgill Fells, where you can follow his walks in their peaceful scenery.

With these national parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in easy reach, you have an endless choice.

Eden Valley

In the Eden Valley, you will be able to take a holiday in Northern England at its best. The river Eden, coursing down from its source in the North Pennines, flows past the Lake District to the West and the Pennines to the East.

If you are a walker, you can take a pleasant stroll by the river. Here you can appreciate the peaceful setting, as you walk along the banks.

The stunning setting of the River Eden is famed for its salmon and trout. Considered to be one of the most beautiful angling rivers in the country.

The River Eden flows north for over 60 miles. Here it meets the mighty waters of the Solway Estuary, the historic border between England and Scotland.

The Solway is a large, estuary on the west coast of Britain. It is one of the least-industrialised and most natural vast waters in Europe.

Why visit Eden Valley

It is unspoiled. While the surrounding national parks attract flocks of tourists, the Eden Valley has retained its rural character.

Located on the tranquil eastern side of Cumbria, from its historic homes, enchanting castles and a wealth of delightful church architecture spanning a thousand years.

Our Eden Valley Holiday cottages offer a peaceful retreat in charming rural settings, of outstanding natural beauty.

Beautiful countryside

So it is a quiet place that attracts discerning visitors drawn by its peaceful and beautiful ambience. Perfect for a pleasant walk.

Whether that be a visit to a Market Town steeped in history or a stroll in the beautiful countryside, you will always find something to enjoy. Moreover, it is easy to access.

There is a superb network of roads serving the area, making ease of access for all.

Historical Towns

There is plenty to do. Many visitors love to cycle along the quiet country lanes, and there is even an Eden Valley Circular Cycle Route. Some people enjoy the opportunities to go pony trekking on the fells.

Then there are the towns. You can visit Penrith, where you can enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional market town steeped in history and wander around its specialist shops.

Penrith Heritage Trail

 There is even a Penrith heritage trail that takes you around the town's attractions, making this a popular place to stay for all the family. 

Perhaps you would like to visit the giant ruins of Shap Abbey or the enchanting Lowther Castle? These are just two of the destinations on the Penrith heritage trail.

Historic Appleby

Then there is the historic town of Appleby, which is well worth a visit. You can wander down its medieval main street and see its twelfth-century parish church and Norman castle. Have lunch in one of its inns.

At Appleby, you can catch a ride on the famous Settle to Carlisle railway. It is said to be Britain's most scenic and impressive railway routes in the U.K.

Other Eden Valley Attractions

Eden Valley hosts viaducts, tunnels and the wild scenery of the North Pennines, Eden Valley and Yorkshire Dales. A must for historians and rail enthusiasts alike.

A trip on this historic railway line and you can soak in the natural beauty of the area. On occasion, special excursion events are available on both steam and diesel hauled trains. A real treat and step back in history.

Other places accessible from the Eden Valley include the historic village of Brough, which has had a market since 1330 and has a historic inn built in the 1700s, while Orton, a small market village established since the reign of Edward I in the 13th Century.

Orton looks out over a view of Howgill and Orton Scar. The spectacular Howgill Fells surround Tebay while Shap provides excellent opportunities for walking and located half a mile from the village is Shap Abbey, standing in the picturesque setting of the River Lowther, a place of un-spoilt beauty and tranquillity. It was the last abbey to founded in England, having been built in 1199.

The Cottages

Our holiday cottages furnished to the highest standard for your comfort. They have ease of access with all the amenities you need they manifest our commitment to making your holiday experience a memorable one, something that you will treasure forever.

Enjoy a self catering holiday in a beautiful land steeped in history, where you can relish the rural life and find quietness, even solitude on the tranquil fells. Steeped in history and surrounded by all that nature provides.

Our Cottage Location

You will walk on paths through green fields and lush meadows. Were you will welcome sites to behold—ones of breathtaking beauty, all that the Cumbrian district has to offer. 

On your way, you will find charming villages with sturdy houses built of sandstone. Look out for Lacy's Caves. They are five chambers carved out of sandstone on the cliffs directly above the River Eden.  They were commissioned in the eighteenth Century by Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Lacy, who would use them to entertain his guests. 

The area was initially planted with ornamental gardens, containing colourful rhododendrons, some of which still survive to this day. 

You can search for the Eden Benchmarks, ten intriguing sculptures in dramatic settings which serve as seats, each was made by ten different artists and was commissioned to mark the new Millennium. They provide a peaceful environment to rest and reflect while enjoying the stunning surroundings.