On the fringes of the popular village of Grasmere, famed not only for its gingerbread but also its literary connections with poet William Wordsworth, liesThe Forest Side – a secluded Victorian haven where you can experience a Michelin-starred culinary journey.
The Lake District is officially Britain’s most Instagrammable tourist attraction, a new study has shown. The study, conducted by InsureMy, analysed hashtags on Instagram to establish the most famous destinations and attractions in Britain.
A Lake District walk has been ranked one of the best in the world. Placed 15th, Catbells near Keswick was ranked ahead of Italy’s beautiful Path of the Gods on the Amalfi’s Coast, and even ahead of the iconic four-day Inca trail in Peru or trekking up Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
And anyone looking to experience the beauty of England’s longest lake for themselves might like to add the Beech Hill Hotel and Spa to their wishlist. Perched on the shores of Windermere since the early 1900s, the hotel now hosts a total of 55 bedrooms.
With 2022 drawing to a close, it’s time to start thinking about your 2023 travel plans. Why not include a trip to the Lake District? If you get a chance, you really should come to this beautiful corner of England.
After a long day hiking, sailing or generally exploring the Lake District, what better way to unwind than with some delicious food and drink in the comfortable surroundings of a cosy Lake District pub?
The Lake District is famous for its breath-taking beauty and amazing landscapes, but it’s always worth having a cold or rainy day alternative up your sleeve.
Drive through fells, past drystone walls, and over stone bridges to reach The Green Cumbria, a trio of Visit England 5* Gold self-catering cottages.
After this month’s Heritage Open Days, we thought we’d stick with the cultural and heritage theme and put together our top ten list of historic houses in Cumbria.
There is so much to see and do in and around Windermere, so condensing it into one day is more than a little tricky. Here’s an idea of what to do.
When the sun is beating down on the Lake District, there’s no better place to be than beside one of the large bodies of water that give this stunning national park its name.
The Lake District is the perfect place to spend your Summer holidays. Enjoy long, warm days, clear blue skies and stunning views.
In just a few weeks’ time, thousands of swimmers will be heading to the Lake District to take part in the Great North Swim.
Here are just a few of our favourite Lake District walks which we’ve enjoyed with our children. So why not kit yours out with some sturdy walking boots and take them exploring?
Birkdale House is a large Victorian house set on the 470-acre Matson Ground Estate close to Bowness-on-Windermere in the…
We all have to put up with January and February – the cold, the long dark evenings. No wonder…