Holiday Cottages in the Lake District, Cumbria


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South Lakes Holiday Cottages

Telephone: 01229 715104

Based in the Lake District National Park, South Lakes Holiday Cottages offers two superb self-catering cottages within the historic village of Broughton-in-Furness.  We also manage a large family holiday home in the picturesque Scottish Borders. Our well-equipped and comfortably furnished holiday rental homes are ideal for couples, families and groups wanting access to a wide range of amenities, attractions and activities such as walking, cycling, riding, golfing and watersports.

Our Broughton-in-Furness cottages are within easy reach of Coniston, Windermere and Ambleside and benefit from the more tranquil pace of life enjoyed amongst the mountains and coastal scenery of the south-west Lakes.  Our Scottish Borders cottage is located close to the historic town of Kelso with easy access to the region's rivers, hills and beaches.  
Sleeps 2

Situated in the historic market town of Broughton-in-Furness, Lowfield is just a few minutes walk from its award-winning pubs and quality shops. Enjoying open views across fields to the Duddon Estuary, Lowfield offers well-located yet secluded accommodation combining traditional features with contemporary styling.

Sleeps 4
8 Copper Rigg

Close to the picturesque centre of Broughton-in-Furness with all its amenities and yet only a short distance from scenic fishing ponds and woodland, 8 Copper Rigg offers stylish holiday accommodation at an affordable price. An ideal choice for those who prefer the convenience of staying in a village.

Sleeps 6
Ardgowan in the Scottish Borders

A fantastic family-sized holiday home in the beautiful Scottish Borders, Ardgowan is a large detached house located a few miles from Kelso. Accommodating up to 6 guests, this well-equipped cottage overlooks Roxburghe Golf Course and is well positioned for activities such as walking, fishing and golfing. Perfect for families and groups.

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South Lakes Holiday Cottages

Coniston Water

Duddon Panorama by John Rousseau