Caldbeck sits within the Lake District in Cumbria and offers a choice of delightful holiday cottages for visitors to rent all year round. It is home to the Northern Fells Project and popular with walkers, photographers and climbers alike, with Chris Bonnington being one of its most illustrious former residents. It is situated right at the northern end of the Lake District National Park.
This lovely, quaint town is perfect for those who would like to explore the fabulous British country-side but also wish to venture over the border to the Scottish Highlands, which is only a short drive away. Plenty of warm and welcoming Lake District holiday homes dot the countryside providing a wonderful base for a Lake District self-catered holiday.
Cloven Stone Cottage at Monkhouse Hill, is a stunning 5-star Lake District cottage with a hot tub. Two ensuite bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and an open plan living area with panoramic views and a balcony. Access to a luxury hotel spa with swimming pool is included. Sleeps 4.
Miller Moss Cottage at Monkhouse Hill, an appealing and spacious 5 star family cottage for four in the Northern Lakes. The magnificent upstairs living area has a fully equipped kitchen and views over both Warnell Fell and the Eden Valley. Access to a luxury hotel spa with swimming pool is included.
- Cark in Cartmel
- Irton Holiday Cottages
- Kirkby Lonsdale
- Kirkby Stephen
- Newby Bridge
- Spark Bridge
The scenery is truly breath taking whichever direction you decide to go in; you can cycle, walk or even get on a horse and ride across this spectacular landscape. There are also plenty of neighbouring towns which are classed in the same area of Caldbeck holding an array of shops, restaurants and cafes which are all there to cater to your every need. Also the city of Carlisle is only thirteen miles away and hosts wonderful markets and an even larger display of shops. You can also visit the cathedral and the famous racehorse track found there.
Other attractions include Eden Valley and the North Pennines and, of course, Hadrian’s Wall; all of which provide stunning walking days out for all the family. But if you’ve had enough of the green countryside you can always make your way over to the Solway Coast and enjoy the change of scenery as you experience the amazing coastal views from the Solway cliffs.