With cricket matches once again taking place in Keswick’s Fitz Park, the home ground of Keswick Cricket Club, 2016 promises to be another action-packed cricket season…
Rambler’s Bar has a great following, being a handy place to refuel on a walk or simply relax and enjoy a hearty supper. It was updated last spring, but there’s now even more news to announce. On the 27th May the covers are off and our brand new extension opens; an impressive 60 seater restaurant.
Take your seat in the “Royal Enclosure” at the Inn on the Lake for a live television transmission of one of the most popular events of the summer’s social calendar, the Ladies Day at the Royal Ascot, where glamour and sophistication of high society mixes with the drama of the Gold Cup.
We’re excited for the future, as the Lodore Falls Hotel has received the go ahead from the Lake District National Park Authority for a new hotel extension and spa… watch this space!
Daryl Ross, wedding co-ordinator at the Lodore Falls Hotel, is passionate about helping brides create the perfect wedding day and wanted to share with you her thoughts on Fauxquets (Fake & unusual bouquets)
You can organise a show round at the Lodore Falls Hotel with Daryl by calling 017687 77285
There’s a real buzz around Cumbria today, as a major road in the Lake District, the A591 was officially re-opened this morning by Environment Minister Rory Stewart MP. The North and South Lakes are once again reconnected, after a five month closure due to the devastation that Storm Desmond caused.
As a spring/summer treat push the boat out with the Skiddaw Hotel Head Chef, Brian Alston’s recipe of the month… fresh orange and almond pavlova with a rhubarb compote. Follow Brain’s step-by-step recipe to this fantastic; easy to make, perfect sweet treat.
Staff at the Back Bar are currently celebrating their recent accolade of the Cask Marque Award for their beer and cellar management, which has been awarded by the independent Cask Marque Trust, independent assessors, qualified brewers who check all cask ales on sale for temperature, appearance, aroma and taste.
Seven Nocturnal Rainbows for the English Lakes… The brainchild of renowned contemporary artist Charles Monkhouse, Seven Nocturnal Rainbows is an elaborate art installation taking place on seven nights throughout the Lake District, visiting Glenridding from 3rd – 4th May on the Glencoyne Bay in Ullswater.
This year’s World Tapir Day on Wednesday (27th April) is an extra special celebration at the Lake District Wildlife Park (LDWLP) near Keswick. The park has a family of four Brazilian Tapirs, one of which is set to jet off to foreign climes. The LDWLP celebrates World Tapir Day every year, but now the breeding pair has successfully reared two calves, it’s the first time there is a family of four to share the day with visitors. It’s also a last chance to see Alvez, (the first calf), because he’s set to travel overseas to start a family of his own.