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.
Keldas View Cottage is a traditional Lakeland stone terraced cottage built for the miners of the Greenside lead mines in the late 19th C
Set in the heart of the Lake District beside Lake Ullswater, Cumbria, Park Foot offers you not just camping and caravanning, but self-catering accommodation, lodges and log cabins, holiday cottages and caravan sales. Holiday at Park Foot combines an idyllic setting with so much to see and do. Enjoy an action packed holiday or do nothing at all, the choice is yours.
Waternook offers exclusive “super luxury” self-catering accommodation, intimate weddings and retreats for those wishing to escape the crowd. Set within a private 26 acre estate, Waternook is nestled at the foot of Hallin Fell, and enjoys over half a mile of Ullswater lake frontage with boathouse and private jetty. Waternook also offers a luxury concierge service range through its specially selected service partners so guests can book anything from a private chef to helicopter tours
Patterdale Hall Estate is a 300-acre private estate wrapped around the southern tip of Ullswater. Our six Cedar Chalets, three Pine Lodges and two Stone-built Bothies all have magnificent views and are located on a secluded site with spacious lawns surrounded by trees.
Hartsop Fold Luxury self Catering Lodges near Ullswater in the Lake District
Spacious 4 star dog friendly holiday cottage close to Helvellyn in Patterdale and Glenridding by 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)