New Year’s Eve is one of the most highly anticipated days of the year, so making the most of the day, and of course night, is vital.
When planning your visit to the Lake District, it can be difficult to know exactly what activities you need to do and the sights you need to see.
Whether it’s just a weekend away or a long family holiday, an important part of any trip to the Lake District involves finding amazing places to dine out. Fortunately, the Lakes is teeming with exquisite restaurants and cafes to suit any mealtime, budget or dietary requirement.
With smartphone cameras constantly improving, you are almost never without a high-quality camera wherever you are. When holidaying in the Lake District, you should be making the most of the mountains by recording some memories amongst those fantastic views.
If you’d like to fully immerse yourself in the Lake District why not try exchanging some of your cash for Lake District Pounds?
With the ‘January blues’ well and truly set in, you can be forgiven for taking a look at potential getaway destinations, but with so many options, it can be hard to know where to start.
Fionn Davenport, one of Ireland’s most renowned travel writers and broadcasters, has joined forces with Cumbria Tourism in a bid to attract more international visitors to World Heritage sites across the North of England.
The Lake District is one of the best places to spend Halloween. It has plenty of spooky events for both adults, children and families to enjoy.
Anyone who has ever visited the Lake District and witnessed the sheer majesty and scale of the landscape will be surprised that this beautiful national park in the north west of England has only very recently been granted UNESCO World Heritage status.