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.
Going to the Lake District and surrounds is an adventure on many people’s bucket lists – and often something, like any good holiday, that needs a fair bit of planning. When you take into account accessibility considerations too, it means that getting the balance right for a perfect holiday can be a little tricky.
We’ve all seen it, the luxurious pod in a luscious field of green freshly cut grass, a roaring fire, sizzling BBQs, and a group of friends and family having the time of their life. Glamping has multiple depictions due to the wide variety of options now available to the holiday maker, but is it really for you? We thought we’d put everything in one place and make deciding whether Glamping is the right choice for you as easy as we can by giving a Glamping masterclass, showing what we’ve got, and what it’s like
The Safari Tents at Hill of Oaks are fantastic – but did we think they were a Roar, or a Snore? Well the nights sleep was full of snoring, but they are far from a boring place to stay!