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The Glen Garth Hotel
The Glen Garth Hotel
Welcome to Barrow in Furness Victorian Period Glen Garth Hotel and Restaurant, located on the entrance to Barrow we offer comfortable hotel accommodation all year round where the lakes meets the sea....
The Kelsey Hotel
The Kelsey Hotel
Whatever your interests, whether walking or climbing, cycling or fishing, golfing, riding or simply touring the Lakes enjoying the magnificent scenery, you will be perfectly placed here in this...
Wayside Hotel
Wayside Hotel
Wayside Farm was built in approximately 1637 on the west coast of the Lake District, Cumbria. Wayside guest accommodation & Whisky Barn is situated at the base of Black...
White Hart Hotel
White Hart Hotel
The White Hart in Cumbria offers an ideal Lake District bed and breakfast retreat to rest up after a good day's rock climbing, fell walking, fishing or cycling or to just relax and get away from it...
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Would you like to see for yourself the depth of Wast Water which is England's deepest lake? How about taking a hike in the highest fell in Lake District which is Scafell Pike? Or maybe you just want to soak in a little bit of the culture, hit some English pubs or taste what the local cuisine has to offer?

No matter what your reason is for going on a holiday, you will most definitely not be lacking in things to do when you stay in Lake District. Located in North West England, this popular tourist destination has a lot of modern, natural and man-made attractions to offer.

A Smattering of Lake District Hotels in Cumbria

Cumbria is a county in North West England where the Lake District National Park is one of its main attractions.  If you want to go nature tripping, where else will you stay but at one of the many Lake District hotels in the area?

Aside from Lake District hotels, there are other forms of accommodations in the area.  Visit a charming inn in Little Langdale or Mungrisdale.

Or, you can stay at any of the following:

Bed and breakfasts, luxury cottages, boutique cottages, boutique hotels, farm accommodations and seaside cottages are the other options that you have aside from the selection of Lake District hotels. 

What to Do if You’re Staying in a Lake District Hotel

The Lake District hotels lend themselves to many hours of exploring the great outdoors and the charming English countryside.

So what are the activities that you can indulge win when staying at any of the Lake District hotels?
First, you can soak in all the luxurious amenities that the Lake District hotel has to offer. When booking for Lake District hotels, make sure that they have the amenities that you are looking for – whether it is a spa, swimming pool, golf course, or a tennis or badminton court. This will ensure that you will have a relaxing, worry-free time while exploring the rest of the Lake District.

Second, you can participate in the many outdoor activities that the Cumbria County has to offer. Here is a quick list of the things that you can add to your to-do list when visiting the Lake District:

  • Visit the Lake District National Park.
  • Tease your tastebuds and soothe your senses with the fine wining and dining options that you have.  Whether it is a rustic Cumbrian pub or a classy restaurant, the Lake District has something to offer.
  • Explore the Tulle House at the Lake District.
  • Take in a play at the Rosehill Theatre.
  • Go mountain biking, hiking, walking or simply exploring the many outdoor delights that Lake District has to offer.
  • Depending on the time of your visit, you can participate in the Chilli Fest, Cartmel Races or the Solfest arts and music festival.