Great places to stay across the North West

Stay with us in the Lakes

With 18 cottages across the Lakes and just beyond - we have a range to suit all tastes. 

Rustic hideaways in the fells

  • Rose Castle Cottage, Tarn Hows © Ward

    Rose Castle Cottage

    Close to iconic Tarn Hows - a great location for walkers.

  • Stay in a remote and rustic cottage in the Duddon valley © Photography by Ward

    Thrang

    Set in a remote and peaceful spot sleeping up to five.

  • Enjoy a stay in the Lake District fells at High Hallgarth holiday cottage © Dayve Ward

    High and Low Hallgarth

    Great location for walking from the door - spartan but great character.

Stay by the water

  • Summerhouse Cottage is situated along a quiet track on the edge of woodland © NT/Tyntesfield

    Summer House

    A lakeside stroll away from Wray Castle and easy access for bike and kayak hire

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    Tanner Brow

    Close to the shore of Windermere - a great base for walking and cycling.

  • Summerhouse Cottage is situated along a quiet track on the edge of woodland © National Trust/Mike Henton

    High and Low Strawberry Gardens

    Cottages with direct lakeshore access.

Wasdale campsite

Camp in a remote and beautiful location in the western Lakes, a stone's throw from Wastwater, England's deepest lake. Check out our glamping options.

Low Wray Campsite

Nestled on the quiet western shore of Windermere, there's loads to do on site as well as at nearby Wray Castle. Kayak and bike hire is available in 2014. Leave your car behind and enjoy car-free days.

Lake District bothies

No tent? No worries. Try our bothy at Holme Wood on the shore of Loweswater or at Watendlath in the beautiful valley of Borrowdale.