Category Archives: Interesting
With romance in the planning for 14th February, people are looking for something very personal for an ‘I do’ – so where is original and unique for a romantic proposal? What about a wild and wonderful waterfall? Our four star 2 … Continue reading
Few Cumbrian chefs can match the intricate skill and patience exemplified by Mike Ward, Executive Head Chef at the Lodore Falls Hotel, which is needed to produce the magical butter sculptures that he creates each Christmas for the hotel’s festive … Continue reading
Our Marketing Manager, Dani, is still busy planning refurbishments throughout our hotels… here she talks about the problems with finding space to plan such a large project!
Lake District Hotel’s Marketing Assistant, Amy, talks about her day when Lakeland Radio paid a visit to the kitchen at the Kings Arms Hotel to meet with Head Chef Dan Grimshaw for a bit of festive pie making – … Continue reading
A lesson in wine from our Master Sommelier at the Borrowdale Hotel, Stephen Wilcock, who talks about his recent visit to the region of Alsace, tucked into France’s north-eastern corner, which develops it’s own distinct types of wine…
Most women (and some men, not to be sexist!) will appreciate how important a clean, bright bathroom is. Here are some tips that we take on board when redesigning and decorating our bathrooms.
Our Master Sommelier at the Borrowdale Hotel, Stephen Wilcock, gives us a lesson in how the use of oak in wine tasting can influence flavour and colour…
The Georgian Ballroom at the George Hotel in Penrith was the most fitting of settings for a Dowton Abbey style murder mystery night – timed perfectly to co-inside with the launch of the new series the following night.
32 members of the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club from Northern Ireland descended to the Inn on the Lake Hotel, Ullswater, recently as part of their annual touring break. Usually driving to Europe, exploring destinations such as Italy and Geneva, the … Continue reading
Family heritage, tradition and a birthday were all celebrated at the George Hotel in Penrith last week, when four generations of one family gathered to mark a Great Grandmother’s birthday.