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Lake District Hotels’ gift vouchers make a welcome Christmas present for family and friends. Choose from sumptuous afternoon teas, traditional Sunday roast lunches or luxurious overnight stays – there is something to suit everyone. If you are stuck for ideas and inspiration this … Continue reading
With Christmas just around the corner there’s heaps to look forward to! The atmosphere seems to be a little more jolly during this time of year, the Christmas marathon of movies begins, there’s an abundance of Christmas markets to visits, … Continue reading
One of the best kept secrets of the Lake District is that it doesn’t rain half as much as people think, however when it does we all know about it! Here are some positive suggestions to help our visitors enjoy an occasion downpour. Rainwater … Continue reading
The elves at our 7 family owned Lake District Hotels have been busy making sure our festive season is wrapped to perfection. With crackling fires, lantern-lit walks and local carol singers, our three-night Christmas and New Year breaks are not to … Continue reading
Throughout August, you might have seen the following message around our hotels – ‘buy a pint and we’ll donate’. With the aim to raise money for our charity of the year, by encouraging locals and visitors to the area to … Continue reading
Is it too early to think about Christmas? Some may say YES, however we are over the moon with all the Christmas party night bookings that have been coming in. If you haven’t even thought that far ahead yet, don’t … Continue reading
Join us throughout August at one of our hotels or bars, to enjoy a pint of Cumberland Ale, and we’ll donate 10p from every pint to our charity of the year – Blood Bikes Cumbria.
Our fourth annual cricket match against Keswick Cricket Club is set to take place on Thursday 20th July (6pm) at Fitz Park, Keswick, and everyone is welcome to come along to watch and show your support.
We are thrilled to hear that the Lake District has become a World Heritage Site, joining iconic locations such as the Grand Canyon, the Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef and Machu Picchu by being awarded Unesco World Heritage status.
Why go abroad, when you can visit the Lake District? You’ll be spoilt for choice for something to do here, from outdoor activities like paddle-boarding on the lake, Honister’s Via Ferrata, to getting out and about on the 214 Wainwright fells. On … Continue reading