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Solway Coast Cottages

Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)
Church House Barn (SZ131)

Church House Barn

Newton Arlosh, Cumbria

4
2
2

Quirky reverse-level style property set at the heart of a beautiful nature reserve within 10 miles of the Solway Firth, an excellent choice for exploring coast and countryside alike.

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Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)
Chapel House Mews (SZ125)

Chapel House Mews

Bassenthwaite, Cumbria

2
1
1
pets 2

Forming part of a Georgian Bassenthwaite House, this delightful cottage offers a peaceful retreat for couples or small families looking to explore this area’s lakes, peaks, pretty villages and outdoor pursuits.

Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)
Lakeside Lodge (SZ298)

Lakeside Lodge

Bassenthwaite, Cumbria

2
1
1
pets 2

A delightful cottage for two, set within its own pretty gardens, just a short stroll from Bassenthwaite Lake and ideal for long walks, serious hikes and waterside wildlife watching.

North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)
North Lodge Cottage 8 (SZ356)

North Lodge Cottage 8

Allonby, Cumbria

2
1
1
pets 1

Situated on the fringe of the welcoming coastal village of Allonby, this bright and cosy property is perfect for a couple discovering the Solway Coast and the northern reaches of the Lake District.

Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)
Bendale (SZ069)

Bendale

Dearham, Cumbria

2
1
1

Enjoying an idyllic location on a working dairy farm, this cosy annexe makes a fantastic retreat for a couple seeking a quiet getaway in beautiful surroundings just to the north of the Lake District.

Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)
Wellbrow (85605)

Wellbrow

Uldale, Lake District

2
1
1
pets 1

Traditional Lakeland cottage, with stone feature walls, beams and lots of quirky features, the perfect hideaway for a couple discovering the Lakes.

North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)
North Lodge Cottage 9 (SZ357)

North Lodge Cottage 9

Allonby, Cumbria

2
1
1
pets 1

Just a stroll from the beach and enjoying a fantastic sea view, this lovely ground-floor apartment makes a great holiday retreat for a couple seeking a tranquil getaway in a beautiful part of Cumbria.

Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)
Little Gem (SZ314)

Little Gem

Dearham, Cumbria

2
1
1

A bright cottage, dating back to the 19th century, but with a modern interior, ideal for a couple keen to escape to Cumbria and to venture into the beautiful Lake District.

West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)
West Cottage (SZ553)

West Cottage

Cumwhinton, Cumbria

4
2
1
pets 2

Spacious rooms are filled with character and offer a warm welcome home from adventurous days out. Enjoy the fabulous position in the picturesque Eden Valley.

Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)
Sale View (SZ431)

Sale View

Bassenthwaite, Cumbria

4
2
1
pets 1

The perfect base for outdoor enthusiasts who will find walking, hiking, mountain biking and water sports on the doorstep.

Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl
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Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl
Owl

Owl's Roost

Bassenthwaite, Cumbria

4
2
1

Wonderfully located for walking and birdwatching, this home sits in a quaint hamlet beside Bassenthwaite Lake. The view from the living/dining room is breathtaking – bring your binoculars!

Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)
Croft View (SZ152)

Croft View

Arkleby, Cumbria

4
2
1
pets 2

This beautifully decorated and tastefully furnished cottage is perfect for families looking for an idyllic holiday retreat midway between the Solway Coast and the northern edge of the Lake District.

Solway Coast

The Solway Coast is a stunning stretch of coastline in Northern Cumbria. Spanning from Maryport to the Scottish border, the Solway is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a tranquil atmosphere. You're only a 30 minute drive to the lakes and mountains and the area has a handful of pretty villages overlooking the Cumbria Fells.

View all our cottages in the Solway, Cumbria, or see all our Coastal Cottages.

Sunsets and Sea Views in Silloth

From the Victorian era until 1964, Silloth was a thriving holiday destination with tourists flocking to take in the sea views and stroll along the promenade. These days, the town is quieter and visitors are more attracted by the sea air, sunsets, Solway brown shrimps and an incredible view over Scotland. There are 18 greens on Silloth Golf Course and the club is thought to be the best in Cumbria.

Enjoy A Spot Of Bird Watching

Bird watching is a big draw for the Solway. Thousands of migratory wildfowl arrive every year during winter to enjoy the milder climate. The habitat of sand dunes, farmland, mud flats and salt marshes provide the perfect feeding ground for the birds. You can spot thousands of bird breeds including barnacle and pink-footed geese, whooper swans and ducks in winter and gulls, snipe, lapwings, redshanks and terns in the summer.

An Ancient Frontier In Cumbria

At the Western end of Hadrian’s Wall is Bowness on Solway, which historically was the site of a Roman fort guarding the approach from the Solway.

The village sits on the Roman fort’s buildings and stones taken from Hadrian’s Wall can still be seen in the local houses.

Bowness on Solway is the start and finish of the 84 mile ‘National Trail’ along Hadrian’s Wall and the route takes in stunning coastlines, fields, moors and the cities of Carlisle and Newcastle.

Visit A Nature Reserve

The Solway Coast has various nature reserves to visit and a good starting point is the RSPB Campfield Marsh nature reserve at Bowness-on-Solway. This one has an information centre where you can discover all that is on offer in the AONB. Or, head to The Watchtree nature reserve near Orton which has fantastic woodland trails to explore.

Holme Cultram Abbey

Holme Cultram Abbey at Abbeytown was founded in 1150 by Cistercian Monks. The Monks turned the abbey into a powerful and prosperous institution, farming the land, draining the salt marshes and exporting wool to Europe. Throughout its history, the abbey has been vulnerable to attacks. Robert the Bruce raided the building in 1319 and Henry 8th did the most lasting damage through the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century. Today, part of the original abbey is used as St Mary's Church, an exhibition space and a tearoom.

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