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Lake District National Park

November 30, 2016 by Wayne

Lake District National Park

About the Lake District National Park

The Lake District National Park is in the northwest corner of England, entirely in the county of Cumbria. The Park is the largest in England and the second largest of all National Parks in Britain. With mountains, valleys, villages, towns, coastline and of course lakes!

Nearly 16 million people visit the the Lake District National Park each year, most enjoy the stunning scenery and recharge with the peace and serenity. With more than 3,500 kilometres of rights of way, you can walk, cycle and ride around the beautiful Lake District countryside to your heart’s content. Many of course get on or in the water and never forget the inspiring experience.

Our Lake District cottages are ideal for couples who want to experience the great outdoors as a romantic getaway.

http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/learningabout/whatisanationalpark/factsandfigures


The National Trust in the Lake District

The first National Trust Act was passed by Parliament in 1907, and their constitution has been updated and revised since to ensure they are well governed and remain true to the cause.

The National Trust has cared for the iconic lake district mountains, fells, and farms for over 100 years. Each valley has a unique character – whether remote or bustling – there’s something to inspire every nature lover, adrenalin seeker, literary maestro or archaeology buff… and where better to do it than one of our perfectly situated cottages for two!

You’ll discover fine varied walking country around Lake Windermere, at the heart of the Lake District, but there are other beautiful treasure to find around other lakes. Hire a boat and take to the lake itself, or use the network of footpaths to reach the best high-level views. There are lots of options for places to visit, including Ambleside Roman Fort and Troutbeck Park, which was once owned by Beatrix Potter.

National Trust


Outdoor Adventure in the Lake District & Cumbria

Cumbria’s Lake District is known as ‘The Adventure Capital of the UK’. It is a well deserved accolade and an amazing place to visit if not live.

Some of the world’s finest and most respected adventure sportsmen and women, activity experts and providers, festivals and events can be found in Cumbria. Yet anyone of any budget, age or ability can enjoy the beauty and invigoration of the area and can take part in some form of activity. On lake, river and sea, in the air, on foot, wheels and horseback, over the mountains and in the valleys.

Welcome to Lakeland and beyond. To share is to enjoy – and we invite you to share in the activities opportunities of our, and yours, own unique and beautiful Cumbria with us.

Check out Abseiling, Climbing and other outdoor activitiesWest Lakes Adventure – Tel : 019467 23753 / 07837 099525

Boat Hire- St Patricks Boat Landing – 01768 482393

Horse riding and other outdoor pursuits near Keswick-Rookin HouseTel : 017684 83561

Cycling (bring your own or hire from us) – Cycling  We have ladies and gents hybrid bikes and secure storage for your own. Call us for more info- 016972 21439

 

Many of our guests are return visitors to the Lake District, having being wowed the first time!

  • Testimonials

    15th April 5 nights. Well what can I say, what a lovely place. The hot tub was lush. We will definitely be coming back to see you again. Many thanks Ange and Carl xx
    Carl and Ange, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
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