Sunny image of Weavers Cottage from the rearThe front of Cartmel HillCartmel Hill and rear gardenImage of Cartmel Village shopCartmel PrioryView of Cartmel village in Autumn 2014

 

Cartmel Valley with its gentle undulating landscape of lush green fields, leafy lanes and rolling hills is a great location from where you can easily access the whole of the Lake District, the Cumbrian coast and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Cartmel Valley also has a milder, drier climate than the rest of the Lake District.

There’s more information about the Cartmel Valley further down the page>>> and you can see details of our lovely cottages in and around Cartmel here:-

 

Bridgelands Cottage

PRICE RANGE - £220 to £750
BATHROOMS 1
BEDROOMS 3
SLEEPS 5

CARK IN CARTMEL

  • 4 star, luxury 18th Century Grade 2 listed cottage
  • Lovely cottage with log fire, oak beams, private enclosed walled garden
  • Log fire
  • Quiet off road village location
  • 2 off-road parking spaces

Carree Cottage

PRICE RANGE - £300 to £900
BATHROOMS 1
BEDROOMS 3
SLEEPS 6

CARK IN CARTMEL

  • 4 Star, Gold Award, luxury 19th Century Grade 2 listed cottage
  • Charming cottage, oak beams, new fully equipped kitchen, enclosed garden overlooking open fields
  • Log Fire
  • Quiet off road village location
  • 1 off-road parking space (additional free parking available 100 yards away)

Cartmel Hill

PRICE RANGE - £600 to £1700
BATHROOMS 3
BEDROOMS 5
SLEEPS 10

CARTMEL

  • Cartmel’s best holiday House
  • Very spacious, detached, luxurious house, stunning views, large enclosed garden
  • Quiet off road rural location
  • Off-road parking for 10 cars
  • Log fire

Shamrock Cottage

PRICE RANGE - £180 to £490
BATHROOMS 1
BEDROOMS 2
SLEEPS 3

ALLITHWAITE VILLAGE, nr. CARTMEL

  • Delightful 19th Century cottage, full of character,
  • Panoramic sun deck overlooking open fields with views across the Bay.
  • Ideal for couples
  • Log Fire

Weavers Cottage

PRICE RANGE - £600 to £1700
BATHROOMS 3
BEDROOMS 4
SLEEPS 8

CARTMEL VILLAGE

  • Spacious, detached, luxurious cottage, large conservatory, high spec kitchen
  • Cartmel’s best holiday cottage
  • Great village location. 6 minutes level walk to centre of village
  • Off-road parking for 4 cars (very rare in Cartmel)
  • Large secluded garden and patio

 

The unspoilt medieval village of Cartmel is the oldest and most picturesque village in the South Lakes. Here you’ll find the imposing 12th century priory. Cartmel Priory escaped destruction during the Dissolution of Henry VIII and remains one of the finest ecclesiastical buildings in the north of England.

The ancient village square is home to 2 good pubs and is a lovely place to relax with a drink. There are also a further 2 good pubs in the village and a wealth of lovely boutiques, cafés and artisan food shops.

In the last few years Cartmel has become THE place in Northern England to head for top cuisine. You can read more about the gastro delights of this wonderful village here>>>

Cartmel is a wonderful village and in many people’s opinion has more to offer than any other village in Cumbria. You’d be hard pushed to find such a beautiful small village that isn’t too busy, not at all commercialised and has so many great places to eat drink and buy wonderful local food and drink.

There are dozens of walks in and around Cartmel Valley with the ancient Cistercian Way and Cumbrian Coastal way passing through the and linking up to all major walking routes in the Lake District.

In the south of the valley is Holker Hall, Cumbria’s premier stately house and home to Lord & Lady Cavendish. Hear you can walk around the extensive parklands stocked with herds of deer and rare breed cattle and sheep, visit the stately house and gardens, relax in the ‘courtyard café’ or buy great local produce from the Holker Estate and other great local food in Holker Food Hall.

10 minutes’ drive north from Cark & Cartmel is the nostalgic Haverthwaite to Lakeside Steam Railway which connects you to the awaiting Windermere Lake steamers and cruise boats that travel the full 10 mile length of England’s longest lake, dropping passengers at Waterhead/Ambleside and Bowness-on-Windermere. The Lakes Aquarium on the shores of Lake Windermere at Lakeside gives you a look at the marine life of Lake Windermere and beyond but you won’t see Bownessie the mysterious Lake Windermere monster here!

Cartmel Valley is part of the Lake District Peninsulas and the southern and western areas of the valley are home to the spectacular Morecambe Bay.

Morecambe Bay remains one of the last wildernesses in England, a sand plain of over 120 square miles that changes twice each day with the ebbing tide which carves the surface into subtly different reliefs each time. It is a mercurial landscape existing in two states, as sea and as sand, while infinite variations of sky and cloud endlessly tint and shade the plains of water and of land.

Its vast expanse of sand, marshes, sand dunes and stunning estuaries are a great place to explore and popular haunt for bird watchers too.

In May, July & August Cartmel Racecourse is the spectacular setting for Cartmel races and a fabulous event for all the family with party crowds, a funfair, country stalls and a typical Lake District laid back atmosphere.

The original ‘steeplechase’ course is the only racecourse in Britain actually located within a village.

You can read more about Cartmel races here>>>

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Reviews

14th July, 2017

Rose Farm Reviews

From Email:-

My wife and I would like to thank you for the excellent information and directions which you sent to us before our stay. The information most certainly enhanced our knowledge of the area, made our journey easy and helped make our holiday relaxing and enjoyable.

Would you also please thank the housekeeper who prepared the house so immaculately for our stay.

I must add that it was a joy to see the birds at the kitchen window and red squirrels on the tree using the caring feeders you provide.

Rose Farm is a very beautiful house and it was a great pleasure for us to stay there.  We hope to visit again and are sure that our friends and relative would also enjoy a holiday there sometime in the future.

Thank you once again, Simon – Robert Porteous, Killingworth, Tyne & Wear

30th June, 2017

Rose Farm Reviews

From Email

We have stayed in lots of holiday cottages over the last 20 years and I would have to say Rose Farm is by far the best.

Thanks for everything , a wonderful rest in a beautiful place – Colin Liversage

16th June, 2017

Weavers Cottages Reviews

5 of 5 Review on Trip Advisor

“This cottage is very high spec”

Had a lovely few day here with my family.

Loved the beautiful wooden doors and latches. The kitchen had all the best gadgets very high spec.

We spent most of our time in the conservatory looking over the beautiful garden.

There is a lovely little pub about 2 minutes walk away, as is a local shop that sells all you need . About 5 minutes walk away is the village square which has more pubs and a few little gift shops. Would love to go back again – Norman Hobbs

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