There are things to do in the Lake District all year round, regardless of the weather. Cumbria offers a vast range of attractions, events, pubs, bars and restaurants to choose from all year round.
The Lake District is without doubt one of them most popular regions in England, and Cumbria offers visitors a wealth of stunning landscapes, beautiful lakes and a wide choice of attractions.
With a wider variety of scenery than any other area of its size in Britain, the Lake District is home to 16 major lakes, including England´s largest lake, Windermere. Towering above the lakes are some of England´s highest mountains, including Scafell, Helvellyn, Scafell Pike and Skiddaw. If you prefer to take it easy on holiday, why not book into a Windermere Boutique Spa Suite?
The Lake District offers excellent road access, with the M6 motorway passing close to the eastern side of the region, bringing day trips within easy reach of most towns in the Midlands and the north of England.
Year-round things to do in the Lake District
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in the Lakes and whether you want to stay in your suite or enjoy a pampering session in the spa, you are guaranteed a luxurious stay in one of England´s most beautiful settings. Imagine a romantic weekend, a honeymoon or a special occasion in a luxurious Windermere Boutique Spa Suite.
The real beauty of the Lake District is in its rugged and unspoilt countryside, surrounding Windermere, Kendal, Grasmere, Keswick and Coniston, and if you want to get away from it all, there is no better place to visit. For culture vultures and lovers of the great outdoors, you can explore the region on foot, by car or by public transport, and it is well worth checking out the local events and festivals which take place throughout the year.
If you want to sample the finest Cumbrian fare, visit one of the local country inns, dotted temptingly around the region, or enjoy some home baked cakes and pastries in one of the many quaint cafés in Bowness and Windermere. Something of a foodie´s paradise, the Lake District boasts Michelin starred restaurants, gastro pubs and regular farmer´s markets where you can sample the delicious produce before you buy.
Interactive exhibitions and attractions are great fun for all the family, and if you want to explore Windermere on foot, the walking routes range from easy to difficult, depending on your levels of fitness. One of the most popular ways to get around Windermere is to take a boat trip on a Windermere steamer across the lake, then hop on and off at places of interest, and walk some of the way around the lake shore.
There is nothing better, after a hard day´s walking and exploring the Lakes, than returning to a luxurious Windermere spa suite.
With plenty of things to do in the Lake District, it is one of the most beautiful regions in England. Also, if you combine a visit with a range of relaxing spa treatments, you can even enjoy your own hot tub.