Perfectly placed halfway between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, the village of Lowgill gives you peace, quiet and convenience all at the same time. The M6 accessibly slices through the Cumbrian village between junctions 37 and 38, so it is not only on the doorstep of the Lake District, it already has one foot inside.
The town of Kendal - the southern gateway to the Lakes - is a mere ten miles away. This place is a popular spot amongst visitors to the north - a wonderful friendly buzz fills the air while the locals share a widespread modesty about how charming their hometown actually is. There are two castles in ruins in Kendal, dating from the 11th and 13th centuries, along with two museums and a whole host of homely pubs and cafes. Kendal is a frequented shopping destination amongst residents in the surrounding areas - shopaholics flock to the town from as far afield as the coastal town of Barrow-in-Furness.
Our cottages in Lowgill give you the perfect chance to explore the beautiful north from the fringes of the Lakes and the Dales. There are few places that can match the convenience of Lowgill's location for countryside explorers.