When you’re looking to enjoy all the Lake District has to offer during your stay, taking the time to enjoy a round of golf, surrounded by stunning scenery is certainly something we’d recommend you try out.
The Easter break is a fabulous opportunity for your family to make long-lasting memories, and where better to cultivate these memories than in the unforgettable environment of the central Lake District?
Afternoon tea has been increasingly popular over the last few years and with good reason.
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.
January. Christmas is over, the decorations have been packed away and you’re back behind your desk at work with nothing to look forward to.
It’s hard to imagine a more magical place to be than the Lake District at Christmas time. With snow often to be seen on the higher peaks at this time of year, you can dream of a white Christmas while you’re here.
Whilst the prospect of a winter walk in the Lake District may not sound overly appealing, but it definitely has plenty of upsides. One of the main reasons you should opt for a walk in the Lakes this winter is the stunning scenery the colder climate brings.
A rainy day in the Lake District doesn’t have to mean that your holiday can’t still be packed full of exciting activities. Windermere and the surrounding areas have plenty of fun events, activities and venues which are sure to take your rainy day blues right away.
Half term is soon approaching, and what better way to impress your children than by surprising them with a fabulous family holiday in the lake district.
After a summer of scorching temperatures, you can be forgiven for feeling rather blue as we enter autumn this year. A short break away following a summer of sun and fun could be just what you and the family need to recharge the batteries before the Christmas countdown begins.