The Lake District in the 'Fall' can rival anything New England has to offer! With vibrant colours and breathtaking views all around we're sure you won't be disappointed with a trip to the Lake District this Autumn.
The sight of the colours that can be seen is truly amazing, the roads are quieter allowing you to pull over and admire a mountainside alive with so many shades it's impossible to imagine!
Head off the beaten track in Grizedale, Claife or take in the amazing views of Thirlmere and Helvelyn from Raven Crag. The Western shore provides a much quieter route than its Eastern neighbour, perfect for walking, mountain biking or just a scenic spot for lunch!
Cosy up in our self-catering apartments at evening or treat yourselves to one of the Lake Districts famous restaurants - did you know that the Lake District has more Michelin starred restaurants than anywhere else outside London?! Our favourites include L'Enclume at Cartmel, Forest Side at Grasmere and The Gilpin Hotel just outside Bowness (Advance bookings are essential)
There's plenty still going on for all ages, Westmorland County Show is a popular agricultural show that has expanded to a huge event for miles around - get there early to avoid the queues! Kendal Torchlight Festival is a popular family night out and is always held the first Friday in September.
Heritage Open Days (September 6th to 9th and 13th to 16th) If you’re interested in the country’s heritage and wish to learn more about it while holidaying in the Lakes, September will offer you the amazing Heritage Open Days, there's plenty of venues taking part so you'll be sure to find the one that suits you!