There are so many things to see and do in the Lake District, so we thought we would put together a handy A-Z guide of all the things you should definitely take advantage of during your visit to the Lakes.
Things To Do
Alfred Wainwright, like most of us visiting the Lake District, was an avid walker – but he was also the author and illustrator of multiple guidebooks detailing 214 of the best walks in Cumbria.
When booking a holiday, each and every one of us hopes for great weather throughout the duration of our stay. Unfortunately, good weather isn’t that easy to come by in the UK, and even when we jet off abroad there is no guarantee the sun will always shine!
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.
There is nowhere quite like the Lake District in the winter, with some of the most stunning views in the UK on offer and a crisp chill in the air; the Lakes really do have a whole lot to offer during the festive period.
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.
With the changing colours of the leaves illuminating the landscape in vivid hues of red and brown, the Lake District is never more breath-taking than during the Autumn months – making it the perfect time to get out and explore one of the many walking routes available.
We might be in the heat of Summer now but come Autumn you might find yourself dreaming of returning to the Lake District. As the ancient trees turn from green to red, orange and gold, there is nowhere we would rather be than here in Windermere.
A stay in Windermere just wouldn’t be complete without taking the time to head out on the lake itself as the beauty and serenity Lake Windermere offers is like nothing else you are likely to have seen before.
Windermere is an exuberant village full of activities to be enjoyed by the whole family.