Those familiar with Ullswater may be aware of a lovely stroll called the Ullswater Way. Although the full 20 miles is something I would always recommend to put on the bucket list and a must for any avid walker who is able, the walk can be divided into smaller legs with the help of the Ullswater ‘Steamers’. The boats stop at four piers (Glenridding, Pooley Bridge, Howtown, and Aira Force) allowing for walkers (and their dogs!) to see more of the lake without all the leg work.
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!
We stayed at Tewitfield Marina – a purpose built hamlet just off the M6 in Lancashire to see what we could do in the local area that was dog-friendly and relax along the way.
We’re nominated! The Cumbria Tourism Awards will soon be upon us to find out the best places to visit in the Lake District
Kirkby Lonsdale is a fabulously historical town placed in between The Lake District and The Yorkshire Dales. The town has some bespoke shops, cosy cafes, cobbled streets, friendly locals, and is as far away from a “sleepy old town” as you can get.