Great places to stay across the North West

Cosy cottages

We have 18 cottages located in and around the Lake District National Park. With cottages sleeping from 2 to 12 people, whether you're planning an activity holiday, a romantic break or a family gathering, you're sure to find a property to suit.

Come to the Lakes and enjoy spectacular scenery, great restaurants and characterful Lakeland inns, plus a huge variety of attractions and activities to keep you entertained during your stay.

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Exterior of Thrang © Photography by Ward

Exterior of Thrang

Thrang, Seathwaite - sleeps 5

Set in a remote, rural hideaway, this rustic and peaceful cottage, which was once a farmhouse, sits at the head of the beautiful Duddon Valley.

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The kitchen at Holeslack Farmhouse © National Trust / Mike Henton

The kitchen at Holeslack Farmhouse

Holeslack Farmhouse, Kendal - sleeps 8

A spacious farmhouse located on the Sizergh Castle estate at the gateway to the Lake District.

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Exterior of Watergate Farm © National Trust / Mike Henton

Exterior of Watergate Farm

Watergate Farm, near Cockermouth - sleeps 6

A typical Lake District farmhouse close to the shores of Loweswater.

Outdoor living

Girl on bike at Low Wray Campsite

Our four Lake District campsites are set in beautiful locations at Great Langdale, Low Wray, Wasdale and Hoathwaite, and offer an enticing range of camping and glamping options in the heart of the national park.

Lake District campsites

Great Langdale

A glorious summer’s day at Great Langdale campsite © Paul Harris

Great Langdale is a perfect base for those looking for outdoor adventure. It lies at the head of Great Langdale valley below the high fells of the Crinkle Crag, Bow Fell and the Langdale Pikes.

Low Wray

Camping by the shores of Windermere at Low Wray © Paul Harris

Low Wray campsite nestles on the western shoreline of Lake Windermere and is an ideal location for families who want to combine outdoor activities with visits to local attractions.

Wasdale

Wasdale in Cumbria is fabulous walking territory © Paul Harris

Wasdale offers a wilder, more remote feel and is a haven for fell walkers. The campsite provides easy access to the highest peaks in the Lakes including Great Gable, Yewbarrow and Scafell Pike, the daddy of them all.

Hoathwaite

Tents at Hoathwaite campsite © David Hamer

Hoathwaite is our ‘back to basics’ campsite for those looking for a simpler camping experience with more rudimentary facilities. The campsite sits in a stunning location running down to the lakeshore of Coniston Water.

Pods

Camping pod at Low Wray Campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

Camping pod at Low Wray Campsite

We have pods for hire at Low Wray, Great Langdale and Wasdale campsites. The latter two have heating and lighting so are a cosy option for winter camping.

Berber tents

Berber tent at Low Wray campsite © NTPL/David Hamer

Berber tent at Low Wray campsite

New for 2014 at Low Wray campsite - two new luxury glamping tents for hire. The tents are situated in woodland and can accommodate four to six people. They are fully furnished and have a wood burning stove.

Nordic tipis

Nordic tipi © NTPL/Richard Jenkinson

Nordic tipi

New for 2014 at Wasdale campsite - two Nordic Tipis. The tipis are airy and spacious and equipped with a wood-burning stove. They will sleep two adults and two children.

Lake District bothies

Watendlath Bothy in Borrowdale, Cumbria

Our three bothies offer basic accommodation in remote locations. They are perfect for groups wanting to experience an outdoor adventure away from the trappings of modern life.

Holme Wood

Watendlath

Wasdale Annex