Meadow Cottage is in a semi-rural location not far from the village of Caldbeck. The cottage is a great place base for a family holiday, and the dog will love it here too.
A shared field is next door for walkies on the lead, and there are pet-friendly pubs dotted all around serving hearty meals and cold drinks at lunchtime.
The Lake District National Park is an easy drive away offering hikes in the glorious countryside. Head west to the coast, and there’s a rugged seaside to stroll along and Hadrian’s Wall is close by too.
At A Glance
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Iron & Ironing Board
About Meadow Cottage
There’s a small outdoor seating area in front of this wonderful cottage. Inside, the underfloor heating keeps the accommodation warm and cosy no matter what the weather brings. Curl up in the evenings with the doggy and relax on the comfy sofas.
Made from traditional stone, this cottage is one of a pair of holiday homes. It was originally a farm building, and retains some of its rural charms. The 2 bedrooms upstairs, and the light living room downstairs have tiled floor throughout.
The family dog is welcome to stay with you at this property. With the use of a shared field, there is space for a quick walk right next to the accommodation. Dogs are to be kept on a lead.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Westward
Surrounded by natural beauty, the Lake District, Solway Coast and North Pennines are all within easy reach of Caldbeck. A holiday with the dog is yours to enjoy when you stay at Meadow Cottage.
Caldbeck is a traditional fell village in Cumbria. With many old mill buildings still in existence, there is also a handy selection of shops, eateries and pubs. Just 19 miles to the south is the market town of Keswick, the tourist centre of the Lake District.
With museums, shops, places to eat and a fantastic market that takes place every Saturday and Thursday, it’s a great town to visit.
Boats trips on Derwentwater and a range of outdoor activities can be booked from here too. Venture up to the Solway Coast – a designated area of natural beauty – and enjoy spectacular walks along the edge of the sea.
Bowness-on-Solway is the starting point of Hadrian’s Wall. This Roman monument is 73 miles long and a national trail – so it’s just the place for a hike with the dog.
Carlisle is a historical city with lots to see and it’s just a few minutes’ drive. There’s Carlisle Castle, built in 1092 on the border between England and Scotland, where you can climb the battlements and go down into the dungeons.
The historic quarter boasts a medieval cathedral with splendid stained glass windows, and there is an interesting museum named Tullie House that is worth a visit too.
With walking trails around the city, you could spend weeks exploring this glorious area. A comfy cottage to return to after a long day out makes a holiday with the family perfect.
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