Lindale – also known as ‘Lindale in Cartmel’ – is a Cumbrian village on the north-eastern side of Morecambe Bay, near the banks of the River Winster. Largely overlooked by tourism, it is a relaxed and welcoming base from which to explore the beautiful scenery of the Lake District National Park. Within walking distance of your Lindale holiday cottage, you will find a variety of family-run businesses, including a post office and a grocery. On the Gill, at the western edge of the town, the Royal Oak is a charming pub serving good food and local ales. There are many historical landmarks to look out for in the village, including listed St Paul’s Church, which features fine stained-glass windows by Shrigley and Hunt of Lancashire. Many scenic walks can be enjoyed on self-catering holidays in Lindale, including several trails through Lime Kiln Woods, which lie directly to the south of the town.
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Elegance permeates Briarcliffe Cottage, a stone-built semi-detached cottage in Lindale in Cumbria and The Lake District. Nestled in a traditional village with quaint narrow streets, the rural cottage possesses country charm, a gorgeous garden, modern comforts, a summer room and a cosy open fire.
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Holiday in comfort and style in the Lake District with a stay at 2 Beacon High, a coastal cottage nestled in a quiet locale in the traditional south Lakeland village of Lindale, Cumbria, featuring a spacious sitting room, well-equipped kitchen and beautiful enclosed garden.