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 around the towns and villages of North Hertfordshire. Their cars vary widely from vintage or classic designs to sports cars of all ages. 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 June.
There’s soon to be canine smiles all round! As Lake District Hotels have just launched ‘Strike a Paws’ – a short break that incorporates a canine photo shoot for the faithful family hound. It’s our latest initiative to support our many guests who holiday with their dogs.
Master the art of making the ultimate pulled pork burger with our recipe of the month from the Kings Arms Hotel, Head Chef Dan
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 are now in the minority at 47%.
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Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the finest in the Lake District, commanding a superb 360 degree view over Skiddaw, Blencathra and Lonscale Fell. Consisting of 38 stones all of variable sizes and shapes, with some standing over 5 feet tall.
Fashion has been an important part of our life, just like the air we breathe and the food we eat. It’s something we just cannot do without, especially us ladies.
So to kick start the Summer we have teamed up with three local stores in Keswick to showcase the best of their Summer 2014 collection; with fashion shows taking place from Joules, Fat Face and White Stuff.
This culinary delight from the Inn on the Lake is a quick and rather nifty way to enjoy the combination of tender, fresh asparagus in a buttery, eggy sauce. And it’s an awful lot of fun to eat.
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 mystery dinner events have never crossed paths. That is until now.
The management and staff at the Borrowdale Hotel in the Borrowdale Valley have been celebrating this week, with news of their AA four star achievement…