A farmhouse and holiday cottages in the Lake District National Park have gone on the market for £1.25 million.

Parkergate Cottages, near Bassenthwaite village, is being sold by Savills on behalf of a private investor.

The four-bedroom Grade II listed farmhouse is currently used as a holiday let, but the agents say it would also suit being a family home.

The six holiday cottages, built in Lakeland stone, range from one to two bedrooms.

The properties have extensive views over Bassenthwaite Lake.

Tom Cunningham, hotels director at Savills Manchester, said: “We are delighted to bring to market this successfully trading collection of charming self-catering holiday accommodation located in a highly desirable and prominent location.

"As such, we are anticipating strong market interest.”