Allithwaite holiday cottages are ideally located for exploring the Lake District and Cumbria Coast. Allithwaite is a small village in Cumbria, a mile west of Grange-over-Sands. This traditional South Lakelands community lies on a dramatic stretch of coast with views across Morecambe Bay. In the village centre, there is a post office, a grocery and a graceful parish church, dating back to 1864, next to a playground and playing field. For a pint of local ale, head to the Pheasant Inn, a lively pub with good food prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Just south of the village, Wraysholme Tower is a striking 15th century pele tower adjoining a farmhouse. The glorious countryside surrounding Allithwaite is scattered with some of the region’s prettiest villages and market towns. A mile east of Allithwaite, Grange-over-Sands is a charming Edwardian resort, nestled between the sea and mountains with a sweeping sandy beach and a variety of independent shops.
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Travel west for a couple of miles from your Allithwaite holiday cottage and you will reach Cark-in-Cartmel, another peaceful village with a magnificent historic country house, Holker Hall, set in stunning gardens and home to an exquisite collection of paintings, furniture and wood carvings. Head north and you will reach Cartmel, a small village with a pretty square and impressive medieval gatehouse. Cartmel is home to Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred restaurant L’Enclume and the Village Shop, where you can pick up Cartmel’s world-famous export, sticky toffee pudding.
Self-catering holidays in Allithwaite are hard to beat if you want to explore rugged hills, shimmering lakes and soaring mountains in the Lake District National Park. The Cumbria coast’s sandy beaches, salt marshes and seaside villages are equally accessible. Do not miss Morecambe Bay, a spectacular estuary with secluded coves, rare birds and some of the UK’s best walking and cycling routes.