Braithwaite, northern Lake District, in Cumbria, England

Situated in northern Lake District of Cumbria, Braithwaite is known as paradise for walking trails.  Being easy accessible from the major road (A66) of northern England, the village has lot of options for visitors. By booking Braithwaite holiday rentals you get the dramatic views of Skiddaw and Blencathra across the north and east while the beautiful north-western ranges are visible in the south and west.

 

Braithwaite

Braithwaite

Sports enthusiasts can enjoy wide variety of sports such as sailing, climbing, abseiling, canoeing, hang-gliding, parasailing etc while photographers can capture the natural beauty. If you love walking, then the 9.7 miles long trail-Coledale round, is a good option. Though Braithwaite is small, it has something unique to offer for all visitors. For instance If you need more details on the  flora and fauna, then the maps available at any of  Braithwaite holiday rentals can help you in finding relevant locations easily accessible from your accommodation.

 

Filled with plenty of attractions, Braithwaite is located on the foot of the Whinlatter pass. It is only two miles away from keswik while ten miles away from Cockermouth. Surroundings of Braithwaite are lightened up by the northern Lake and the northwestern chain of hills. Recently ospreys have started nesting round the corner from Braithwaite and are great attraction of shutterbugs.

 

Another attraction that is situated just a short walk away is the Barrow mountain near the Newlands region. Whinlatter Forest near Braithwaite also has plenty of options for short and long walks. With plenty of options available to relax, book your Braithwaite holiday rentals. Most of these rentals are dog friendly and self catering to meet all your needs.  I f you are looking for a holiday in a nice location while relaxing in a comfortable rental, then Braithwaite is an ideal choice in England. With pub, guesthouses, caravan parks etc, the Braithwaite community has done its best to welcome you.

 

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