Win! A pet-friendly weekend cottage break in the Lake District


We've teamed up with Sally's Lake District Cottages to offer one lucky AOL Travel reader and up to 11 guests the chance to win a three-night weekend break in a beautiful cottage in Loweswater, worth over £650*.

Get away from it all at Low Millgillhead, a Georgian farmhouse with stunning Lakeland views, a cosy sitting room complete with an open fire, a fabulous kitchen and a dining room with original slate flags. The property has six bedrooms and WiFi throughout, plus it's pet-friendly so you can bring up to three dogs on holiday with you - your four-legged friends will love the cottage's huge gardens and grounds.

Low Millgillhead, which starred in Hollywood film Miss Potter, is located in the North-Western Lake District, characterised by a beautiful lake surrounded by woods rich with wildlife and nature.

One of the most popular things to do in the Lakes is to put on your walking boots and head out on a hike. Loweswater is perfect for a group walk especially on a clear, fresh day. After all that walking, you can relax with a drink at the award-winning pub at the head of the lake which serves real local ales.

The Ennerdale Valley is nearby and is one of the most remote and peaceful valleys in the whole of the Lake District. There are hundreds of walks here, which are ideal for all fitness levels, whether you're after a challenging trek or a gentle stroll in the stunning surroundings.

Sally's Cottages has over 300 cosy cottages throughout the Lake District, many of which have walks from the front door, traditional wood burners or open fires and are pet-friendly. The cottage provider offers weekend breaks and full week holidays.

For your chance to win a three-night break in the Lake District, submit your details in the form below before 13 January 2015.

*The prize is a three-night stay at Low Millgillhead from Friday 6 March to Monday 9 March 2015 and must be redeemed on these dates. The cottage sleeps a maximum of 12 guests and three dogs.
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