The Lake District National Park is the largest of England’s National Parks and has some of the most stunning landscapes in the UK, with mountain peaks towering over beautiful lakes, large areas of forest, an attractive coastline and busy tourist resorts and market towns
A walkers and nature paradise surrounding traditional stone cottages, villages, waterfalls and lakes. A beautiful array of both flora and fauna. All starting from only 10 miles from our door step as we're the gateway to the Lake District.
We adjoin the National Park with Ullswater three miles away. How many Lakes are there in the Lake District?
With world heritage status there is no need to explain why its worth a visit. : )
Just a short drive away from the scenic Lake District, the Pennines on the doorstep and the Yorkshire Dales within easy reach
Just a short drive away. Boasting Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain, and Wastwater – England’s deepest lake, 'The Lakes' offers some of the UK’s most stunning scenery, inspiring artists such as Turner and Ruskin to some of the country’s best loved writers, such as William Wordsworth and…