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Relax in your own Cumbrian Hot Tub Lodge!

When it comes to lodges with hot tubs Cumbria 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 Cumbria that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals. Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Cumbria now has an enormous choice. Small secluded lodges 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.

About Cumbria

Cumbria is a perfect get away for outdoor lovers and walkers alike. With its long beaches, lakes and the most beautiful mountain views all along the many nature trails.

Along the seafront you will find all the traditional entertainment before taking a stroll around the small towns and villages.

We found Cumbria to be the most relaxing break surrounded by some stunning views. Cumbria lodges with hot tubs are also hugely popular with our readers.

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Things To Do And Places To Go In Cumbria

The Hiley's ~ Loweswater Cam

The Hiley's Loweswatercam.co.uk is a useful website which provides a fantastic insight into the beautiful walks available in the Loweswater area of the Lake District, guides, excelent photos, mountain challenges and places of interest can be used to make the most your stay in the area.

Hardknott Pass

The Hardknott Pass has an awesome view and offers a great escape for adventurous drivers. It goes through the hills of Eksdale and Duddon Valley and gives drivers a thrill and views of the hills.

Gummer’s How

The walk up Gummer’s How takes you up where you can see an amazing view. It’s a great way to get some exercise while enjoying the amazing outdoors.

Appleby Horse Fair

The horse fair offers a genuine experience of horseback riding, trailers and wagons. It is an annual event that is a pilgrimage to the Cumbrian town held in June.

St. Oswold’s Church, the burial place of William and Dorothy Wordsworth

This church is where William Wordsworth and Dorothy Wordsworth are buried. It has a very tranquil and serene atmosphere that is great for a peaceful sightseeing day out in Cumbria.

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 Haaf Netting

Haaf netting is a kind of Viking fishing and has been around for over a thousand years. You can go watch as others do the fishing or have a try yourself. It’s a unique experience that you can share with your family and friends when visiting Cumbria.

Scafell Pike

Scafell Pike, the highest of mountains found in England, offers the best views you could ever imagine. Have a hike up to the top and experience the joy of the journey as well as they reward of the destination.

Ulverston’s Lantern Festival

The lantern festival is held every September, on a Saturday evening. You will be able to get a great view of a ‘river of lanterns’ travelling through the streets.

places-to-visit-in-cumbriaMuncaster Castle

Muncaster Castle has a Ravenglass view that is just jaw dropping. Everyday at four in the afternoon, the keepers of the castle feed the herons. The herons fly down to the grounds coming from all around the countryside. There are also owl sanctuaries that can be visited in the castle.

Ambleside Sports

This sports event is held at Rydal Park. It includes Westmorland and Cumberland wrestling. You can go and watch or even join in the games.

Orton Farmers’ Market

Orton’s Market has a unique atmosphere that you cannot find anywhere else. You can go in and just see the sights or purchase some of the many items on display.  You can have a chat with the traders and get a sense of their different cultures.

Morecambe Cross Bay

At Morecambe Cross Bay, you can watch and help as the guides navigate the sand and the tides. Savour the smell of bay water and enjoy the view as your go through the routes, which are around nine to thirteen miles long.

Walney Island Bird Reserve

You can have a stunning view of  Morecambe Bay when in the Walney Island Bird Reserve. You can also spend some time watching the birds, which in itself offers a great experience, especially during the nesting season.

Dickensian Festival

This festival is held in November. You will be able to see and enjoy lots of celebrations during the festival. Enjoy roasted chestnuts and don’t miss the mulled wine.

Orrest Head

Orrest Head offers a unique vantage point for a great sunset. It is a very inspiring view, and it actually did inspire writers in the past. As the sun sets, you can also see boats sailing in Windermere and admire the water reflecting the sun.

Ullswater Steamers

Ullswater has achieved several awards for being one of the best attractions in Cumbria. You can step onto the historic fleet of boats and take a cruise on the lake. You will be able to feel the historical ambiance in knowing that 100 years ago, boats were doing the same thing then as you are doing now.

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