Self-catering cottages in Rydal

For a sleepy cluster of houses between Ambleside and Grasmere, Rydal has a lot to offer, from lakes, to caves, right on its doorstep.

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Looking for a relaxing and scenic getaway in the Lake District?

Look no further than Rydal, a charming village nestled in the heart of the national park. Rydal is home to a variety of self-catered accommodation options, perfect for couples, families, or groups of friends. Whether you’re looking for a traditional cottage, a modern apartment, or a luxurious lodge, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay in Rydal.

In addition to its stunning scenery, Rydal is also home to a number of attractions, including Rydal Mount, Wordsworth’s former home, the Rydal Caves, and the Rydal Waterside Cafe. There are also plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and fishing in the surrounding area.

With its relaxed atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and variety of activities, Rydal is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Book your self-catered accommodation in Rydal today!

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