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.
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.
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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Two miles south of Lindale, Grange-over-Sands is a lovely resort with graceful Edwardian architecture and a promenade overlooking a sandy beach. Exploring the town, you will discover parks, lakes and ornamental gardens. If you are feeling energetic, hike to the summit of Hampsfield Fell for breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. Directly south of Lindale holiday cottages, the wild countryside and estuary are popular among walkers and wildlife-watchers. The Lakeland Fells are just north of the town, with many spectacular routes to explore.
Lindale is also near some of the Lake District’s most iconic destinations, such as Lake Windermere, which is a short drive northward, and a haven for swimming and sailing. The Lakeland Motor Museum is home to thousands of exhibits, including pedal cars and century-old electric cars. There is an excellent golf course toward Grange-over-Sands, a five-minute drive from Lindale, and Cartmel Racecourse is a popular attraction, just outside the town.