Glamping has recently exploded in popularity. Lake District Estates have three sites in the Lake District that feature Glamping Pods
Currently 50% of UK adults own a pet, and 26% own a dog (1). With an estimated pooch population of ruff-ly 9.9 million, it’s no surprise that the trend of bringing your pet on holiday with you is on the rise.
So, if you’ve ventured up to the Lake District and surrounds, but haven’t the foggiest how to spend you precious hours here when with a loved one – fear no more. Here are our suggestions for things to do in the Lake District and surround this Valentine’s Day…
Happy New Year everyone! Hopefully by now the ordeals of the Christmas Work-Do’s and the New Year’s parties have worn off and now the 2020 resolutions are in full swing.
The Lake District is renowned for its beauty, as a place of outstanding natural scenery, and some of the best Gingerbread you will ever taste. But aside from the breathtaking views and delicious treats, there is another thing the Lakes has gained a reputation for over the years: raining.
Picture this: it’s 7am, snow is gliding down outside, and you’re all bundled up in a cosy double bed on your getaway in the Lakes. There’s only a few days until Christmas and you’re full of festive spirit – but where do you celebrate? Are there activities nearby? Are some places more Christmassy than others?…
Having something to look forward to can be a great way to kick start the colder months. We often like being reminded that mulled wine is on the horizon, not to mention all the new coffee flavours at Starbucks.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. We’ve all heard it, and we all try to do our best when we can, but it can be hard to follow all the time.
Just think what would happen if we reduced our plastic waste to almost nothing. Oceans would be able to be cleared, recycling plants would no longer be overwhelmed, wildlife would thrive, and your conscious would feel a whole lot better.