The Lake District is frequently referred to as one of the most stunning areas of natural beauty in the country. From its rolling hills to its tranquil lakes, meres and waters, it is no surprise that so many choose to return to the Lake District throughout the year.
Things To Do
Expertly located on the shores on Windermere, the bustling village of Bowness-on-Windermere is the first choice for many when visiting the remarkable Lake District.
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.
The second weekend in June (Friday 8th to Sunday 10th June) is a thoroughly exciting time here in the Lake District, as swimmers and spectators in their thousands arrive to take on the challenge of The Great North Swim.
Windermere is one of the most stunning areas of the breathtaking Lake District.
The 10.5 miles long lake attracts visitors in their thousands year on year and due to this has become a fantastic venue for holidays suitable for all of the family.
Windermere is a stunning location to visit all year around, but there’s something about spring which makes it a perfect time to visit. Spring is a beautiful season; nature begins to blossom, days seem to last longer, and the sun begins to beam through again.
The Lake District is a hiking hotspot! There are many routes available for both beginners and experienced hikers, meaning you’ll find the right one for you.
The beautiful Lake District has plenty to offer all year round, and 2018 will be no exception.
The Lake District is home to some of the greatest culinary experiences in the entire country.
Bank holidays are often a well-deserved treat for many families throughout the year. A long weekend can mean a short break away for you and your family, providing you with the opportunity to spend some well needed time together.