Self catering holiday cottages in Tindale Fell, Cumbria, England
Looking for a tranquil base for your self-catering holiday in the Lake District? If so, a stay in the peaceful rural hamlet of Tindale, also known as Tindale Fell could be the ideal choice. Nestled by hills and fields, this is an unspoilt part of Cumbria for a relaxing stay in a lodge, country cottage or barn conversion.
Facts about Cottage Breaks in Tindale Fell
Situated within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), a stay in Tindale Fell will appeal to keen hikers and walkers.
Recommended Things to See and Do on a Cottage Break in Tindale Fell
• Keen bird-watchers will want to head to Tindale Tarn, just a walk from Tindale where you may see an interesting variety of wildfowl.
• For more outdoor activities including walking, hiking and wildlife watching head to nearby Northumberland National Park which is only around half an hour's drive from Tindale Fell.
• Discover the area of Northumberland called Hadrian's Wall Country on days out and visit interesting Roman sites and forts, in this nearby fascinating part of Northumbria.
With its moorlands, meadows, waterfalls and hills, the North Pennines is a truly beautiful area to discover, not to mention a national Geopark and an excellent area to enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding or wildlife watching.
For a tranquil take it easy break or an activity-filled getaway, a cottage break in Tindale Fell in the North Pennines AONB could be a great choice.