Short Breaks in Ullswater

We have Ullswater short breaks on the shore of one of the most beautiful waters in the Lake District. With availability throughout the year, Ullswater […]

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We have Ullswater short breaks on the shore of one of the most beautiful waters in the Lake District. With availability throughout the year, Ullswater is the perfect choice for last minute long weekend escapes and mid-week getaway treats.

Ullswater is in the quieter northern Lake District yet is only 6 miles from Junction 40 of the M6 motorway. This means you can enjoy a short break without the crowds, so you can get the most out of a relaxing short break.

Walking and cycling are the most popular activities for a holiday in Ullswater. Lakelovers’ VisitEngland accredited, 3-5 star rated, self-catering accommodation provide the perfect base. You can come and go as you please, making delicious day trip pack lunches. Return to enjoy the privacy of your own cottage, complete with warming wood burner, designer bathrooms, exquisite kitchens and stunning, secluded Lake District views.

You can pack light too, because with Lakelovers bedding and towels are included, so you can concentrate on packing the fun stuff, like walking kit!

There are also superb transport links in and around Ullswater, making a car-free holiday easy-breezy. Ullswater Steamers are the most peaceful way to explore the area and there are now 4 piers to explore.

If you’re new to the Ullswater area or would like more information about a holiday in the Lake District, do get in touch with our Keswick office who will be able to help you further. Call 017687 44122 or email [email protected]
On Ullswater’s western shore take in Aira Force Waterfall as well as the famous Wordsworth daffodils at Glencoyne Bay. Pooley Bridge, at the northern most tip of Ullswater, is a good place to head for a pub lunch, ice cream or nice tea room. A wander along the water’s edge, watching the lake birdlife, or catching a steamer is as relaxing as can be.

The traffic-free eastern shore of Ullswater is one of our favourites in the Lakes and one of the best place to take in this majestic lake. From the jetty at Howtown there are various walks and this is a great spot for a picnic and Peregrine Falcon and Buzzard spotting, as well as lots of other wildlife. Hallin Fell is a very rewarding, short but steep, climb giving wonderful views of Ullswater’s unique ‘dog leg’ shape.

For those fancying a challenge, why not Ullswater’s famous daffodil waymarks on the new 20 mile Ullswater Way. The third pier is at Glenridding, on the southern shore, which a popular starting point for walkers taking on Striding and Swirral Edge up England’s second largest peak, Helvellyn.

Short Breaks in Ullswater

We have Ullswater short breaks on the shore of one of the most beautiful waters in the Lake District. With availability throughout the year, Ullswater is the perfect choice for last minute long weekend escapes and mid-week getaway treats.

Ullswater is in the quieter northern Lake District yet is only 6 miles from Junction 40 of the M6 motorway. This means you can enjoy a short break without the crowds, so you can get the most out of a relaxing short break.

Walking and cycling are the most popular activities for a holiday in Ullswater. Lakelovers’ VisitEngland accredited, 3-5 star rated, self-catering accommodation provide the perfect base. You can come and go as you please, making delicious day trip pack lunches. Return to enjoy the privacy of your own cottage, complete with warming wood burner, designer bathrooms, exquisite kitchens and stunning, secluded Lake District views.

You can pack light too, because with Lakelovers bedding and towels are included, so you can concentrate on packing the fun stuff, like walking kit!

There are also superb transport links in and around Ullswater, making a car-free holiday easy-breezy. Ullswater Steamers are the most peaceful way to explore the area and there are now 4 piers to explore.

If you’re new to the Ullswater area or would like more information about a holiday in the Lake District, do get in touch with our Keswick office who will be able to help you further. Call 017687 44122 or email [email protected]
On Ullswater’s western shore take in Aira Force Waterfall as well as the famous Wordsworth daffodils at Glencoyne Bay. Pooley Bridge, at the northern most tip of Ullswater, is a good place to head for a pub lunch, ice cream or nice tea room. A wander along the water’s edge, watching the lake birdlife, or catching a steamer is as relaxing as can be.

The traffic-free eastern shore of Ullswater is one of our favourites in the Lakes and one of the best place to take in this majestic lake. From the jetty at Howtown there are various walks and this is a great spot for a picnic and Peregrine Falcon and Buzzard spotting, as well as lots of other wildlife. Hallin Fell is a very rewarding, short but steep, climb giving wonderful views of Ullswater’s unique ‘dog leg’ shape.

For those fancying a challenge, why not Ullswater’s famous daffodil waymarks on the new 20 mile Ullswater Way. The third pier is at Glenridding, on the southern shore, which a popular starting point for walkers taking on Striding and Swirral Edge up England’s second largest peak, Helvellyn.

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