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Lyth Valley Cottages

Self-Catering Cottages in the Lyth Valley

Holiday with all of your senses in the charming Lyth Valley in the South Lake District. Sitting between Windermere and Kendal, it is a sheltered, mild valley off the main thoroughfare into the South Lakes, that is rich in pleasures sure to delight you, mind, body and soul. Our cottages in the Lyth Valley are some of the very best in the Lake District, in this highly sought-after location. Feast your eyes on picturesque, pastoral countryside flanked by the protective limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar. Gorge your senses with the heady fragrance of the damson white blossom for which this valley famed.

 

And feed your soul with some of the very best pubs and restaurants in the Lake District, that are dotted along this delightful valley. It is no wonder Lonely Planet readers have voted the Lyth Valley as one of the top most beautiful places in the world, number 200 to be precise.

Self-Catering in the Lyth Valley
Prepare for rich relaxation when staying in the Lyth Valley. Cottages in this area reflect the smouldering charm of this part of the Lake District. The panoramic views of rich, rolling countryside out towards Morecambe Bay are complimented by luxuriously fitted properties with all the mod cons needed to make for a super relaxing home from home.

In our Lyth Valley self-catering properties there’s state of the art kitchens with range cookers, American style fridge freezers and underfloor heating. Designer bathrooms are filled with indulgence; statement tubs, wet rooms and power showers. Luxurious soft furnishings and interior design that has been thoughtfully considered for maximum relaxation. After all, a window seat perfectly positioned to enjoy the magical views and soft lighting for romantic entertaining or cosy nights in are what makes your holiday one you’ll not forget.

Chic styling sits alongside traditional Lake District vernacular so the charm and warmth of the Lakes fills not only your Lyth Valley self-catering cottage but your holiday. Nowhere else in the UK do you get that special feeling from staying in the Lakes; from the unique sense of other worldliness that is so unique to this ice-carved landscape.

We have traditional stone cottages for romantic getaways in idyllic rural locations yet only a short stroll from a local gastro eatery. Chic barn conversions that impress the instant you walk inside are wrapped in traditional exteriors and surrounded by postcard pastoral countryside that the Lyth Valley is famed for.

A car is handy when self-catering in the Lyth and Winster Valley. Enjoy scenic day trips to some of the excellent country pubs as well as historic attractions such as Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall and gardens. Kendal has a convenient mixture of independent retailers as well as known high street shops and supermarkets for you to keep your cottage fridge and wine rack well stocked. The art scene in Kendal is thriving and the Brewery Arts Centre is worth a visit, even if just stopping for a coffee. The buzz easily has you feeling you are in a cosmopolitan European city.

A Little of Lyth Valley’s History
The limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar on either side of the Lyth valley dominate the landscape and also the area’s history, whereby the name of the valley ‘Lyth’ means ‘sloping hillside’ in Old Norse. Whilst there was substantial Roman occupancy across the Lake District, there is no such evidence in the Lyth Valley. Signs of 7th Century monks has been found in the village of Crosthwaite, and although nothing can be seen today, a limestone cross, made form stone from Whitbarrow, marks the site of the original cross.

Getting There
Enter the Lyth Valley from Junction 36 of the M6 – the ‘gateway of the English Lakes’ – signposted for the A590 Kendal. Follow the A590 on to the A5074, towards Bowness and Windermere. From here you can peel off into the Lyth Valley villages of Crosthwaite, Underbarrow and Bowland Bridge.

From the northern Lakes head down the east side of Windermere along the A591 from Ambleside. Pass through both Windermere and Bowness to join the A5074, passing through Winster to reach Lyth.

Less than 15 minutes from Junction 36 of the M6 you find yourself in the pastoral bliss of the Lyth Valley. Cottages here offer a rural retreat within easy reach of the hustle and bustle of Windermere and beyond.

Out and About in the Lyth Valley

From our Lyth Valley self-catering cottages, to get views of this unspoilt landscape head to Scout Scar. From this craggy limestone outcrop you can see the true beauty of this valley laid out before you – a blanket of damson orchards, marked out by dry stone walls. Broad-leafed woodland cascades from the side of the ridge. On a clear day, look north to views of High Street at the top of the Kentmere Valley and south down the valley to Morecame Bay. Wainwright included Cunswick Scar as part of this rewarding walk and enjoy at picnic beneath ‘The Mushroom’ shelter at the summit of Scout Scar.

For a broader outlook of the Lyth Valley and beyond, including Langdale crags and Coniston fells, head up Whitbarrow Scar, or ‘white hill’, on the valley’s western side. A memorial to Canon G.A.K. Hervey, founder of the Lake District Naturalist Trust, can be found at the summit.

Heading down into the pastoral idyll, there’s lots to enjoy.

September is a superb time to visit as the famous Lyth Valley damson’s have ripened in the orchards and the hedgerows are heavily laden. The riches of their bounty are sold from local shops, roadside stalls and fill local restaurant menus. Damson jam makes for a great holiday souvenir if you can manage not to eat I before getting home!

For walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, the Lyth Valley puts on a very unique display in Spring, when the billowy Damson flowers are in full bloom. And as the days lengthen and warm up over the Summer months, you can easily spend entire days out when staying in our Lyth Valley cottages, sheltered by the limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar. It is not only the damsons that enjoy this valley’s unique micro climate, it makes for a truly relaxing holiday in the Lake District.

Enjoy the manicured landscape as well as wildlife of the superb garden and estate at the National Trust owned Sizergh Castle.

Part of the charm of this valley is its tranquillity. However, thanks to it’s location you can easily head west to the vibrant holiday towns of Windermere and Bowness, 15 minutes away, and you have the market town of Kendal only 5 miles east.

So you can easily enjoy trips out on Windermere Lakes Cruises, taking in Ambleside and the central fells, or hoping on the ferry to Beatrix Potter territory of Hawkshead and Sawrey.

Eating and Drinking, Wining and Dining
Along the 1.5 mile wide and 7 mile long valley there’s a surprising number of some of the best pubs and restaurants in Cumbria.

Enjoy a hearty yet sophisticated meal and refreshing drink in front of an open fire at The Maison Arms at the foot of Cartmel Fell, Bowland Bridge. Just remember to book a table at this very popular pub to avoid disappoint.

In neighbouring Winster, the Brown Horse 1850’s coaching inn is an almost self-sufficient restaurant and pub with an exciting regional menu whereby most of the vegetables and meat are grown and reared on the Brown Horse Estate. You’re also sure of a good pint here from their own microbrewery, Winster Valley Brewery.

For a fine dining experience, afternoon tea or upmarket cocktails, head to Lyth Valley Country Inn. The swish restaurant and bar is the ideal place for a celebratory meal or drinks.

Follow the windy roads and past the farmhouses and cottages of the Lyth Valley for more foodie delights. In the charming village of Crosthwaite, the Punch Bowl draws people from all around. Whether you’re after a foodie experience from award-winning chef, formerly of Albert Roux’s three-Micheline starred Le Gavroche, attentive service for a romantic or special occasion meal, or simply a bowl of soup after a morning stroll, this is one pub you’re sure to want to return to.

At only 82 miles from Manchester, 5 miles from the M6, 5 miles west of Kendal and 5 from Windermere the Lyth Valley is a secluded rural getaway which is easily accessible and convenient for a relaxing self-catering holiday.

Let your senses be delighted. Take them on a holiday to the Lyth Valley and return home with them rejuvenated.

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Croft Cottage Bowness
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 3 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Travelling south of Bowness on Windermere you reach the highly desirable residential area of Storrs Park which includes some of the Lake District's most prestigious properties and so Croft Cottage finds itself in very good company! It is located across the road from Broad Leys, the now head quarters of Windermere Motor Boat Club and was the original butler's residence for the big house when it was privately owned.

Available From£745.00
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  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

Quintessential Lakeland on the outside, chic and luxurious within, this converted barn in the Lyth Valley has been refurbished with undeniable contemporary flair. You'll never forget the character of the place, with its old oak beams, vaulted ceilings and traditional gas fire log effect stove to complete the cosy country lifestyle.

Available From£435.00
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Pottery Gate Bowness
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • On Street Parking
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Pottery Gate, is under new ownership and is a beautifully refurbished Victorian terrace offering quality accommodation located just a minutes' walk from the heart of the vibrant village of Bowness-On-Windermere. This welcoming cottage is presented with a contemporary finish and is ideal for friends and family.

Available From£415.00
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The Low House Bowness
  • Sleeps 12
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 6 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Entering the property you will step into the beautiful powder blue kitchen with high vaulted ceiling and exposed original wood beams. There is an American Style fridge/freezer with water and Ice function. An electric AGA with double oven and induction hob and underfloor heating fills the kitchen with warmth. The Kitchen Island and dining table provides and elegant but practical social space when preparing meals or planning the day ahead over morning coffee.

Available From£1250.00
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Oak Cottage Bowness
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Oak Cottage is a superb Victorian Lakeland terrace cottage that has been fully refurbished to a very high standard in the heart of the popular village of Bowness-On-Windermere. Offering quality accommodation, Oak Cottage is well located for all the village has to offer including shops, bars and restaurants, is in easy walk of the Lake Windermere and is an ideal base from which to explore the whole of the Lake District. The cottage is situated just a few minutes' walk from Biskey Howe which offers stunning views across Lake Windermere and the surrounding area and is a perfect place to enjoy the sunsets across the lake in an evening.

Available From£425.00
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  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Infants welcome

Skylark at Stonecliffe is the newest of the fabulous Stonecliffe development which launched last year with 3 incredible apartments. These contemporary spaces with high ceilings and original features have been so popular the owner has decided to introduce a new sleep 2 to the Stonecliffe collection.

Available From£395.00
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  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

Crosthwaite House is quite simply a gorgeous Period Lakeland residence occupying a picture postcard perfect setting with breathtaking views in every direction. This stylish property forms the first floor of this distinctive house and the property has been carefully and sympathetically divided to retain privacy and maximise the benefits of the stunning and far reaching views.

Available From£535.00
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Highbank Bowness
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Highbank is a well presented, larger than average, Victorian terrace house just five minutes' walk from the popular restaurants, cafes, bars and shops in the village of Bowness and less than ten minutes' walk from the shores of Lake Windermere. This excellent family friendly property is just the ideal base for an excellent family holiday or a getaway with friends.

Available From£495.00
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  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars

Overlooking the lake and mountains, this Visit England 4 Star Gold awarded former coach house, in the heart of the Lake District, has been transformed with sensitivity and flair into an airy, inviting retreat full of character and charm. Emanating warmth and comfort, a mix of vintage and modern creates a style that flows through each room and creates a lovely atmosphere in which to socialize with your friends and family. A quiet location, but minutes from the centre of Bowness and Lake Windermere. Consistently rated 5 Stars by visitors who love the property,views and the occasional deer!

Available From£495.00
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  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Private parking for 4 cars
  • Infants welcome

From a its elevated position on the shores of Lake Windermere, Lakeside At Louper Weir is a newly built, luxurious, architect designed detached house offering magnificent accommodation that offers a unique escape on the shores of Lake Windermere. Here you not only truly experience Lake District life – you actually live alongside England's largest and most famous lake and experience the luxury this contemporary residence offers in every way!

Available From£1750.00
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  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

With a peaceful garden and superb countryside views from every window, this traditional Lakeland cottage is tucked down a peaceful country lane in the hamlet of Crook. Inside the cottage, a homely interior welcomes you as latch doors lead through stone flagged floored rooms, with exposed beams and wood burning stove.

Available From£545.00
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North Highfield Windermere
  • Sleeps 12
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 5 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Is this the most enviable abode in the country? We think so and so did Harriet Martineau in her 1855 works, A complete guide to the English Lakes.

Available From£1195.00
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Otterholme Bowness
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car

Assembling part of the old Lakeside stone mill and set in the age old woodland within the luxury and exclusive setting of the Hill of Oaks Park, in a prime lakeside location, with picturesque views across Windermere. Otterholme takes full advantage of the privacy that the Park has to offer, yet still only being a 10 minute drive from Bowness village – therefore providing something for everyone.

Available From£540.00
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  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Open Fire
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed

A true 'picture postcard' traditional Lakeland cottage in this pretty countryside hamlet, less than a minute's stroll to The Brown Horse, a superb pub serving real ales and great food and only a short drive from Bowness and Lake Windermere. Retaining charming original features with a beautiful open fireplace and enchanting cottage windows, the accommodation has been tastefully refurbished.

Available From£495.00
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  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 4 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Traditional 17th Century Lake District meets 21st century luxury convenience as you step inside Low Cartmell Fold. This quintessential Lakeland farmhouse has been fully refurbished with love and care to create high quality and luxurious accommodation, in the pretty village of Crosthwaite, whilst retaining so many original features from the slate floors, wooden panel walls, oak beams, feature fire place, characterful staircase and the occasional sloping floor! Low Cartmell Fold is a real find and is a great setting for family celebrations, special occasions and simply spending time with family and friends.

Available From£990.00
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Lake Lodge Bowness
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • 3 pets allowed

A luxury Lake District lodge with hot tub, in a superbly romantic setting. With panoramic views through full length windows and overlooking Lake Windermere, Lake Lodge is a unique retreat for a special occasion or honeymoon in the Lake District. It's perfect for exploring the Lakeland countryside, but equally well-placed to enjoy the delights of Bowness village which is only a couple of miles away.

Available From£495.00
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  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

Pretty as a picture, this central Bowness holiday cottage is perfectly placed for exploring the village and the boating activities in Bowness Bay. Even better, the property provides central private parking - making touring by car a breeze - and a delightful, enclosed and furnished patio for meals al-fresco on sunny days.

Available From£420.00
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Dove Tail Barn Bowness
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Log Burner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

What a find! This chic and unique couples' hideaway takes the form of a converted Lakeland barn, nestled in rural bliss and overlooking the lush Lyth Valley. Found down a leafy lane, backing onto 'bluebell carpeted' woodland, Dove Tail Barn has been lovingly designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. Sumptuous furnishings, warm rugs on elegant slate floors, Villeroy & Bosch wet room and a superbly romantic sky-lit bedroom.

Available From£415.00

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Lyth Valley Cottages

Self-Catering Cottages in the Lyth Valley

Holiday with all of your senses in the charming Lyth Valley in the South Lake District. Sitting between Windermere and Kendal, it is a sheltered, mild valley off the main thoroughfare into the South Lakes, that is rich in pleasures sure to delight you, mind, body and soul. Our cottages in the Lyth Valley are some of the very best in the Lake District, in this highly sought-after location. Feast your eyes on picturesque, pastoral countryside flanked by the protective limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar. Gorge your senses with the heady fragrance of the damson white blossom for which this valley famed.

 

And feed your soul with some of the very best pubs and restaurants in the Lake District, that are dotted along this delightful valley. It is no wonder Lonely Planet readers have voted the Lyth Valley as one of the top most beautiful places in the world, number 200 to be precise.

Self-Catering in the Lyth Valley
Prepare for rich relaxation when staying in the Lyth Valley. Cottages in this area reflect the smouldering charm of this part of the Lake District. The panoramic views of rich, rolling countryside out towards Morecambe Bay are complimented by luxuriously fitted properties with all the mod cons needed to make for a super relaxing home from home.

In our Lyth Valley self-catering properties there’s state of the art kitchens with range cookers, American style fridge freezers and underfloor heating. Designer bathrooms are filled with indulgence; statement tubs, wet rooms and power showers. Luxurious soft furnishings and interior design that has been thoughtfully considered for maximum relaxation. After all, a window seat perfectly positioned to enjoy the magical views and soft lighting for romantic entertaining or cosy nights in are what makes your holiday one you’ll not forget.

Chic styling sits alongside traditional Lake District vernacular so the charm and warmth of the Lakes fills not only your Lyth Valley self-catering cottage but your holiday. Nowhere else in the UK do you get that special feeling from staying in the Lakes; from the unique sense of other worldliness that is so unique to this ice-carved landscape.

We have traditional stone cottages for romantic getaways in idyllic rural locations yet only a short stroll from a local gastro eatery. Chic barn conversions that impress the instant you walk inside are wrapped in traditional exteriors and surrounded by postcard pastoral countryside that the Lyth Valley is famed for.

A car is handy when self-catering in the Lyth and Winster Valley. Enjoy scenic day trips to some of the excellent country pubs as well as historic attractions such as Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall and gardens. Kendal has a convenient mixture of independent retailers as well as known high street shops and supermarkets for you to keep your cottage fridge and wine rack well stocked. The art scene in Kendal is thriving and the Brewery Arts Centre is worth a visit, even if just stopping for a coffee. The buzz easily has you feeling you are in a cosmopolitan European city.

A Little of Lyth Valley’s History
The limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar on either side of the Lyth valley dominate the landscape and also the area’s history, whereby the name of the valley ‘Lyth’ means ‘sloping hillside’ in Old Norse. Whilst there was substantial Roman occupancy across the Lake District, there is no such evidence in the Lyth Valley. Signs of 7th Century monks has been found in the village of Crosthwaite, and although nothing can be seen today, a limestone cross, made form stone from Whitbarrow, marks the site of the original cross.

Getting There
Enter the Lyth Valley from Junction 36 of the M6 – the ‘gateway of the English Lakes’ – signposted for the A590 Kendal. Follow the A590 on to the A5074, towards Bowness and Windermere. From here you can peel off into the Lyth Valley villages of Crosthwaite, Underbarrow and Bowland Bridge.

From the northern Lakes head down the east side of Windermere along the A591 from Ambleside. Pass through both Windermere and Bowness to join the A5074, passing through Winster to reach Lyth.

Less than 15 minutes from Junction 36 of the M6 you find yourself in the pastoral bliss of the Lyth Valley. Cottages here offer a rural retreat within easy reach of the hustle and bustle of Windermere and beyond.

Out and About in the Lyth Valley

From our Lyth Valley self-catering cottages, to get views of this unspoilt landscape head to Scout Scar. From this craggy limestone outcrop you can see the true beauty of this valley laid out before you – a blanket of damson orchards, marked out by dry stone walls. Broad-leafed woodland cascades from the side of the ridge. On a clear day, look north to views of High Street at the top of the Kentmere Valley and south down the valley to Morecame Bay. Wainwright included Cunswick Scar as part of this rewarding walk and enjoy at picnic beneath ‘The Mushroom’ shelter at the summit of Scout Scar.

For a broader outlook of the Lyth Valley and beyond, including Langdale crags and Coniston fells, head up Whitbarrow Scar, or ‘white hill’, on the valley’s western side. A memorial to Canon G.A.K. Hervey, founder of the Lake District Naturalist Trust, can be found at the summit.

Heading down into the pastoral idyll, there’s lots to enjoy.

September is a superb time to visit as the famous Lyth Valley damson’s have ripened in the orchards and the hedgerows are heavily laden. The riches of their bounty are sold from local shops, roadside stalls and fill local restaurant menus. Damson jam makes for a great holiday souvenir if you can manage not to eat I before getting home!

For walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, the Lyth Valley puts on a very unique display in Spring, when the billowy Damson flowers are in full bloom. And as the days lengthen and warm up over the Summer months, you can easily spend entire days out when staying in our Lyth Valley cottages, sheltered by the limestone ridges of Whitbarrow and Scout Scar. It is not only the damsons that enjoy this valley’s unique micro climate, it makes for a truly relaxing holiday in the Lake District.

Enjoy the manicured landscape as well as wildlife of the superb garden and estate at the National Trust owned Sizergh Castle.

Part of the charm of this valley is its tranquillity. However, thanks to it’s location you can easily head west to the vibrant holiday towns of Windermere and Bowness, 15 minutes away, and you have the market town of Kendal only 5 miles east.

So you can easily enjoy trips out on Windermere Lakes Cruises, taking in Ambleside and the central fells, or hoping on the ferry to Beatrix Potter territory of Hawkshead and Sawrey.

Eating and Drinking, Wining and Dining
Along the 1.5 mile wide and 7 mile long valley there’s a surprising number of some of the best pubs and restaurants in Cumbria.

Enjoy a hearty yet sophisticated meal and refreshing drink in front of an open fire at The Maison Arms at the foot of Cartmel Fell, Bowland Bridge. Just remember to book a table at this very popular pub to avoid disappoint.

In neighbouring Winster, the Brown Horse 1850’s coaching inn is an almost self-sufficient restaurant and pub with an exciting regional menu whereby most of the vegetables and meat are grown and reared on the Brown Horse Estate. You’re also sure of a good pint here from their own microbrewery, Winster Valley Brewery.

For a fine dining experience, afternoon tea or upmarket cocktails, head to Lyth Valley Country Inn. The swish restaurant and bar is the ideal place for a celebratory meal or drinks.

Follow the windy roads and past the farmhouses and cottages of the Lyth Valley for more foodie delights. In the charming village of Crosthwaite, the Punch Bowl draws people from all around. Whether you’re after a foodie experience from award-winning chef, formerly of Albert Roux’s three-Micheline starred Le Gavroche, attentive service for a romantic or special occasion meal, or simply a bowl of soup after a morning stroll, this is one pub you’re sure to want to return to.

At only 82 miles from Manchester, 5 miles from the M6, 5 miles west of Kendal and 5 from Windermere the Lyth Valley is a secluded rural getaway which is easily accessible and convenient for a relaxing self-catering holiday.

Let your senses be delighted. Take them on a holiday to the Lyth Valley and return home with them rejuvenated.