Mark Harris, Executive Head Chef for Lake District Hotels Ltd will take on the Fred Whitton challenge this Sunday (7th May). This will be Mark’s third time of tackling this gruelling 112 mile bike ride around the Lake District, starting in Grasmere, the route includes the climbs of Kirkstone, Honister, Newlands, Whinlatter, Hardknott & Wrynose passes.
Following on from a complete new look to the ground floor, the Lodore Falls has exciting plans for the future, opening a new dining experience, introducing eighteen new bedroom suites and creating a luxurious Spa that features a champagne bar, treatment rooms, one of the country’s biggest outdoor hydro pools with an infinity hot tub offering views over Derwentwater and to Catbells, plus much more.
We’re giving away this fabulous hamper full of local treats – would you like to WIN it? To promote our Proms in the Park break on 23rd & 24th June 2017 we’re offering you the chance to WIN this hamper – the lucky winner will be selected on 19th June.
Dicky Dippinson, aka ‘Dicky fra Shap’ has become somewhat of a Cumbrian legend, building up a reputation across the county, with rumours that he could be making an appearance on the current Britain’s Got Talent.
If you are planning a visit to the Lake District you’ll be spoilt for choice for places to visit, things to see and mountains to climb, that you might not know what to do first. It might be a good idea to make a bucket list to help you fit everything in – at the top of that list we would recommend you pay a visit to Ullswater. We’ve put together our top 5 reasons to visit this fabulous area.
The 2017 London marathon saw a record number of competitors taking part, with more than 40,000 people making it to the start line to take on the grueling 26.2 mile run. Marking this year’s event the biggest London marathon to date, with 1,242 more runners than last year.
Daryl Ross, wedding co-ordinator at the Lodore Falls Hotel, is passionate about helping brides create the perfect wedding day, Daryl know’s how stressful it can get on the day itself and wanted to share a few suggestions on how to make your day extra special.
Have you heard the news… we have just launched our new Spring menu at the award-winning Brossen Steakhouse! Located at the Inn on the Square in Keswick, our new menu consists of a selection of exciting new dishes, available daily from … Continue reading
Our annual Summer Solstice guided walk to the ancient Castlerigg Stone Circle has steadily grown in popularity over the last 4 years, thanks to the help of Google. We first introduced the walk with the aim to offer our visitors the chance to see the Lake District in a new light, whilst celebrating the longest day of the year.
There’s great expectations and Easter excitement as spring babies are born at the Lake District Wildlife Park. So far, three sets of births are all from rare farm yard species – there are three new Golden Guernsey goat kids, Bagot kids and Tamworth piglets – all signalling the start of what is expected to be a busy season for births at the park. Easter is always an exciting time, heralding spring and the imminent arrival of new babies. The keepers have their fingers crossed for goslings to hatch, with the birth of baby lemurs and more goat kids and Zebu calves anticipated in the coming weeks.