Self catering & Letting agencies
From cottages with character, to barn conversions in beautiful locations, there is a wide variety of self catering properties to choose from in the Ullswater Valley. Whether it is a romantic escape for two or a family gathering there will certainly be a property that will tick all the boxes for the perfect stay. Below you will find more information about the outstanding Ullswater self catering accommodation available.
Stylish 5 Star Gold Award “boutique” barn conversion, offering spacious contemporary accommodation in the heart of the Lake District.
Waterfoot Park is set within the grounds of a Georgian mansion overlooking Ullswater. Excellent facilities and an idyllic location for touring, self catering cottages, wigwam holidays or holiday homes.
Hillcroft Park is the perfect holiday retreat, especially for those who love the outdoor life
Spacious 4 star dog friendly holiday cottage close to Helvellyn in Patterdale and Glenridding by Ullswater
At the Ullswater Holiday Park, we specialise in a friendly welcome, practical family facilities and a range of accommodation to suit all needs. Our family has been here since 1958 and our park has plenty of space combining a sheltered position beneath Cumbrian fells with excellent access to the nearby shores and waters of Ullswater.
Welcome to Helvellyn Cottages in Glenridding. Our cottages are two adjoining old miners cottages situated above the village of Glenridding by Ullswater on the bridlepath leading to the old Greenside mine (now the Helvellyn YHA)
Deepdale Hall is a grade II listed 17th century farmhouse situated on a working Lakeland hill farm in the scenic valley of Deepdale, close to Patterdale between Lake Ullswater and Brotherswater in one of the most beautiful parts of the Lake District National Park. The Byre is our Gold Award winning luxury self catering barn conversion, Deepdale near Patterdale
Keldas View Cottage is a traditional Lakeland stone terraced cottage built for the miners of the Greenside lead mines in the late 19th C