- Windermere Lake Cruises
- Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway
- Aquarium of the Lakes
- World of Beatrix Potter
Relax in your own Lake District Hot Tub Lodge!
When it comes to lodges with hot tubs, the Lake District has grown hugely in recent years and become one of the top places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like a onsite jacuzzi. A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout the Lake District that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals. Whatever you’re looking for, whether its availability or it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, the Lake District now has an enormous choice. Small secluded Lake District lodges with hot tubs are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable. Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a fair bit more expensive. For The Best Prices on Hot Tub Lodges in the Lake District Click Here
About the Lake District
Offering stunning views of woodlands, lakes and wildlife as far as the eye can see. The Lake District has become a very poplar choice because of the versatility on offer. You find a selection of lodges offering peace and tranquillity hidden away with stunning views and nature trails and then you will find some very active lodges offering water sports, climbing and other such activities.
Whether your looking to hike around the beautiful woodlands or chase your next adrenalin rush then its all on offer on your door step. With Windermere and Coniston on your doorstep to name just two, is there a better lodge holiday place in the UK?
You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in "Lake District" For As Little As £25 Deposit!
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Things To Do And Places To Visit In Lake District
Lake Windermere runs between Newby Bridge and Ambleside. It runs for over 10 miles and is considered the largest English lake and of course the largest one in the Lake District. You can find Bowness-on-Windermere here, where you can have a boat trip and enjoy the scenes of the lake and the 18 islands around it. It would be a perfect way to spend a sunny day out to enjoy nature, the scent of the lake and the amazing view. You can bring your friends or your family and all have a great boat trip. Make sure to bring a camera with you to capture the scenic backdrop of the islands and the lake.
Great Langdale is considered to be a hallowed name for fell-walkers. It is the home of a lot of the Lake District’s famous hikes. A lot of people and serious hikers opt to face the Langdale Pikes which is an array of spiky hills found in the north side of the valley. Even more serious hikers go for the challenge of the Crinkle Crags and Bowfell circuit. This is perfect for adventurous people who want to get their bodies moving and experiencing the thrill of a challenge. It can be a great way to strengthen the bond between couples or friends. It can also be done by teams who want to build their bond with each other.
Borrowdale, Honister Slate Mine And Buttermere
The drive through and across Borrowdale, Honister Slate Mine and Buttermere offers a scenic view of cob cottages, rolling fells, green fields and drystone walls. It is an amazing testament to all that Lake District’s views are about. Butturmere is a bit emptier and wilder than Borrowdale, but it has twin lakes, Crummock Water and Buttermere Water, which you can see as you drive by. Honister Pass separates these two valleys and houses a slate mine. The slate mine is actually one of the only remaining working mines in Lake District. You can attend a tour that lasts for an hour and a half.
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Helvellyn, Striding Edge And Swirral Edge
Helvellyn stands at 3,117ft and is very well known for its twin ridges, the Striding Edge and The Swirral Edge. These ridges were formed by glacial movement and were naturally carved out. You will see scary drops and very steep sections. There will be a couple of points where you will have to climb hand over hand. It is not advised for those who suffer vertigo, but s perfect for adrenaline seekers and adventurers. Despite the scary parts, a lot of people visit Helvellyn and more and more visitors come year to year.
The Wordworth’s House is a cottage that is beautifully whitewashed and is located near Grasmere. It was the first home of William Wordsworth and his wife. It displays a lot of mementos and memorabilia, which includes ice skates owned by the poet, a pair of reading glasses that he owned and even his very own passport. There is also portrait of Pepper, Wordsworth’s favorite dog, which was presented to him by Sir Walter Scott. Behind the cottage is a garden where the poet was known to sit and draw inspiration for his poetry. Sit where he sat and admire the view that he has admired for a long time.
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