Cumbria Hotels

Come stay at one of our Cumbria hotels and you’ll soon see why Cumbria is rightly considered to be the most spectacular rural county in England. Taking in the whole of the Lake District, with a range of hotels near the Lake Ditrict. People flock to Cumbria from all over the world - hikers, bikers, nature lovers, thrill seekers, families and couples. You name it - there’s a lake, walk, mountain, village, town and activity for everyone. 

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Ulverston opening January 2018

If you're off to Ulverston, you'll find plenty to explore in its labyrinth of cobbled streets. Hunt through the comedy memorabilia at the Laurel and Hardy museum, marvel at the glorious views across Morecambe Bay or picnic on the sand dunes at the Sandscale Haws National Nature Reserve. 

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Things to do in Cumbria


In the north of Cumbria, Carlisle is virtually in Scotland. Which is why it’s known as the ‘Border City.’  Not short on historic attractions - Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle Castle, Hadrian’s Wall - Carlisle is a perfect base for this who want to visit the Lakes without necessarily staying somewhere remote. 


The southern gateway to the Lake District, Kendal is a bustling town that’s as close to the sea as it is to the countryside. It’s a brilliant departure point for many a Cumbrian walk, and the town centre is a treasure trove of quaint shopping arcades. 

Sizergh Castle

Close to Kendal, Sizergh Castle is set within a 1600-acre estate. There are plenty of walks to choose from as well as a pub, farm shop, and captivating views of Morecambe Bay and the Lake District fells. 

Lake District fells

Put your hiking skills to the test and go on an exhilarating fell walk in the Lake District. Head high on Scafell Pike, Scafell, Helvellyn or Skiddaw, or stay low on Latrigg, Cat Bells or Castle Cragg.