Lostrigg is a delightful and warm terraced cottage for four situated in Little Clifton, a peaceful Cumbrian village, nestled between the Lake District National Park and the Solway Coast. It has bags of character with original beams, a built in log burner and elegant decor. Here you’ll find yourself ideally placed to enjoy the network of cycle ways and paths in the area. Not only that but you’re only a five minute stroll down to the local pub The Duke of Cumberland, a character filled Cumbrian gem serving local ales. The cottage is the perfect place for a couple or a family of four to make the most of all the opportunities the area has to offer.
It’s just a 20 minute drive from Little Clifton to tranquil Loweswater, just beyond lie Crummock and Buttermere. Around these beautifully picturesque lakes you’ll find some of the most glorious walking in the area not to mention some fabulous pubs. The Solway coast is also just a 20 minute drive away, this part of the county has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its abundant bird life, quiet seaside towns and stunning sunsets, it is most definitely worth a visit.
Lostrigg sits ten minutes from the town of Cockermouth, a lovely town with a wealth of independent shops and eateries, as well as being the birthplace of Wordsworth. Why not explore Wordsworth’s childhood home or take a tour round Jennings Brewery during your visit? For the more adventurous among you Lostrigg lies less than half an hour away from Whinlatter forest park, where you could find yourself high up in the canopy on a Go Ape course or careering down a single track on a mountain bike. Keswick, the adventure capital of the Lake District is also nearby. So whether you’re feeling like exploring the natural beauty and the vibrant history of Cumbria or just savouring the tranquillity and local charm of a village like Little Clifton, Lostrigg is a great jumping off point.