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Overlooking the surrounding countryside, Uplands offers a bar and a restaurant. A fantastic place to stay. Amazing views with a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Food was delicious (so nice we ate there each night). Lucy (our dog) was made to feel so welcome, she loved it. However, the best thing about Uplands is the staff, they are all amazing, so helpful and friendly. Really looking forward to our next visit.
Superbly located, Aynsome Manor is a charming, 3-star manor house in the picturesque valley of Cartmel. It has pretty meadow and woodland views and good access to Newby Bridge at Lake Windermere. A lovely hotel with exceptional friendly staff. The owners Andrea and Chris go out of their way to ensure that the stay isn't just good it's very personalised and a real treat.
The Cavendish Arms is a 450 year old coaching inn set in the picturesque village of Cartmel. Located on the outskirts of the English Lake District, Morecambe Bay is just 11 minutes’ drive away. Stunning old coaching inn, really friendly and helpful staff
Just 3 miles from the southern shores of Windermere and Newby Bridge, Ellenboro House Bed & Breakfast provides free Wi-Fi and parking and a full English breakfast. Lovely friendly hosts and dog! Comfortable, cosy bedroom and a fab breakfast. A glass of wine each next to a roaring fire was a perfect end to our first day of the weekend.
Located in Cartmel in the Cumbria region, Cartmel Square Bed & Breakfast features accommodations with free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Cute and cozy B&B. Rachel was amazing. She went above and beyond for us and was very accommodating.
Set in Cartmel in the Cumbria region, The Old Police Station features a garden. The accommodations is 14 mi from Bowness-on-Windermere. Keysafe entry had to chase Sykes Cottages as no details came, soon rectified. Was told no parking but actually there is on the drive which was a big bonus. Loved being able to control the heating room to room the cottage is really well furnished and cosy. Perfect location for eating out or cooking at home. Peaceful spot.
On average, 3-star hotels in Cartmel cost $136 per night, and 4-star hotels in Cartmel are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Cartmel can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Beautiful Village and we would love to return. It was a pleasure walking around it., plenty of pubs and interesting shops. There is good parking - at the racecourse in the evening and a good system during the day. The Priory is stunning, with a very moving history and excellent shop and lovely grounds. We visited a charming vintage shop, with a very friendly owner- and I was thrilled with our purchases. Lovely shops- and it is the home of Sticky Toffee Pudding!
A beautiful village a little away from the tourist crowds but has some lovely pubs and cafe's not to mention some top notch restaurants. If you are a foodie in Cumbria then Simon Rogans restaurants are not to be missed!
I love staying in Cartmel. It's a beautiful village with a selection of good pubs and lots of walks on the doorstep. It's close to the M6 for travel from and to the south but all of the Lakes can be accessed within 30-60 mins. I particularly love The Cavendish Arms and the Uplands Inn
Cartmel is a magical little village in the Lakes. Perfect for a romantic getaway or just to park the car up and relax , plenty of food and drink options in easy walking distance.. There's about 4 pubs, 2 beer gardens next to a stream and a couple of cafes. The brewery, cheese shop that does cheese boards, and gin bar are fabulous. A group can order from either of them and all sit together in any of the establishments. The church is beautiful, nice to go in and look around. I will be back, it's my new favourite place!
Really nice village with a lovely Priory which is worth a look. Good location for visiting other parts of the South asks area. Looking at the other Hotels in the Village (and there are a few) it seems like the Cavendish is the place to go. Even very busy in Feb.
We didn't actually go into the village but have been many times before. It has always been a favourite of mine but maybe gone a bit commercialised since the Horsey set have increased. The penalty of popularity I guess though it is still a charming little village.
Stunning old coaching inn, really friendly and helpful staff
Confient location for all things we wanted to do.