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Lake District Holidays
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Summer's round the corner - Don't miss out on some of the best breaks in the Lake District!

The Lake District is one of the most beautiful areas in world. It is the destination to escape to from the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy the great outdoors. 

We've put together some of our favourite Lake District pubs offering bed and breakfast and also some of the top attractions and places to visit in the region. 
The Three Shires Inn, Little Langdale boasts 10 beautifully appointed bedrooms that all have beautiful views of Wetherlam and the Tilberthwaite Fells. Guests can enjoy views of  Wetherlam and Swirl How whilst enjoying a quiet evening drink on the veranda. From £89.
Book The Three Shires
The Innkeeper's Lodge in Ambleside is perfectly located for visiting Lake Windermere, Wray Castle and Bridge House. Whatever your plans, you can come back to a comfy bedroom and wake up to a delicious breakfast. From £49.
Book The Innkeeper's Lodge
The Mortal Man in Troutbeck is a traditional English Inn based in the heart of the Lake District. The Inn is the perfect base for Lakeland walks, trips on Lake Windermere or wander through the beautiful villages close-by. From £99.
Book The Mortal Man
The Kings Arms is a family run inn situated in the market town of Keswick. With hearty home cooked food and a range of drinks, this is a great base from which to explore the beautiful surrounding area. .From £55
Book The Kings Arms
The Bridge Inn, Holmrook offers an experience which many places can't even pretend to match. The Western Lakes and Fells are spectacular and here in this quiet valley there is peace and tranquillity that offers visitors the perfect place to relax. From £67.
Book The Bridge Inn
The Royal Oak is an 18th Century lodge situated in the beautiful, ever popular market town of Keswick. You can enjoy a stay where everything is done to ensure your stay is truly memorable. From £70.
Book The Royal Oak

A Few Things To Do...
Explore The Wordworth Trust - the traditional Lakeland cottage and home of the famous poet William Wordsworth and discover what life was like at the turn of the 19th Century. 
 
Theatre by the Lake has brought the magic of theatre and the excitement of the imagination to one of Britain’s loveliest and remotest counties.
 
At Coniston Boating Centre visitors can hire electric motor boats, rowing boats which seat up to six, canoes and kayaks, sailing boats and bikes from the shores of England's loveliest lake. 
Walking in the Lake District is give visitors the chance to really discover and explore one of the UK's most beautiful areas. If you are with the family there are routes and trails suitable for all ages. 
Book your Lake District holiday today!
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