Tag Archives: Lake District
Join Lake District Hotels and enjoy our delicious summer special, ‘Dressed Crab with pommes frites’… Ready to eat, our dressed crab is the simplest way to enjoy the taste of the seaside without the hassle of cooking and picking the crab yourself. … Continue reading
This year the Royal Ascot races saw Prince Harry making his first appearance at Royal Ascot in the carriage procession; it also saw the Royal Ascot racing make its first live appearance at the Inn on the Lake…
Do you often find yourself pressed for time? Do you have guests who have kids and don’t know what to make for them? Aaaahhh…don’t worry, try our chef’s recommendation for ‘Easy Peasy Cheesy Pie!
The Kings Arms Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment over the last few months, which included the bar, lounge and the Courtyard restaurant, giving the 17th century coaching Inn – a traditional new look with a twist.
The Midlife Crisis Car Club hits the Lake District, on a recent stay at the Lodore Falls Hotel. The Car Club is made up of a bunch of over the hill nuts with a passion for motoring, based in and … Continue reading
Eddie Kilty, Head Chef of the 2 AA Rosette Inn on the Lake hotel by Lake Ullswater in the Lake District is returning to his training ground, The City of Liverpool College, to host a pop-up restaurant on Wednesday 11 … Continue reading
It seems the single lifestyle in Britain is taking over, as the number of singletons continues to grow 10 times as fast as the overall population. With estimates drawn from Government studies showing that for the first time, married-couple households … Continue reading
Agatha Christie is as synonymous with murder mystery as Miss Marple is with St Mary Mead or Hercule Poirot is with his little grey cells, so it is a wonder why the Queen of Crime and the experience of murder … Continue reading
In spring/summer time the grass is greener and there’s a celebration of colour with daffodils and bluebells. At Lake District Hotels we want to help preserve our heritage, landscape and wildlife and are doing our best to reduce our effect on … Continue reading