Each year, 40 days before Easter Sunday is Pancake Day or officially, Shrove Tuesday.
Pancakes are now eaten across the globe, 365 days a year, not just Shrove Tuesday. Pancakes are versatile with super tasty recipes in both sweet and savoury options. But the brunch revolution has definitely helped the international love of pancakes. Brunch pancakes either savoury or sweet are delicious, can be high in protein and also easy to be gluten free and still be super tasty and filling.
At Stove Restaurant at the Langdale Hotel its Pancake Day everyday with their extremely popular brunch combination, maple syrup and bacon, sweet and savoury satisfying our two main taste buds or for veggies, maple syrup and fresh berries. Choose to have pancakes at breakfast when staying at the Langdale 4 star hotel & spa, hop to Stove for brunch when just visiting or if you’re a lodge self catering guest ( why not take advantage of delicious food on the doorstep despite self catering!).
Stove is open 7 days a week for brunch/lunch, snacks throughout the day onto dinner and a evocative menu full of local Lake District produce (the signature Lakeland lamb being one of the most popular dishes) in the form of traditional favourites cooked on the Josper Grill through to stone baked pizza and full flavoured Mediterranean fish and pasta dishes. Dress up, dress down, dine in, dine out, sit at the bar, multifunctional Stove means diners can enjoy a romantic meal just the two of you, family dining through to cocktails with friends.
To view the full mouth watering menu available at Stove each and every day visit, http://www.langdale.co.uk/stove.html
The Brimstone Jog, what better way to see the area and feel fabulous about yourself at the same time.
The Brimstone team publish adventure ideas on their website and via email newsletters offering even more reasons to stay at this luxury hotel in the Lake District. With knowledge and first hand experience of all the activities, the team can give great guidance, ideas and advice for those wishing to do a mountain bike trail, road cycling, canoeing, boating, open water swimming, hiking and jogging.
Beginning and ending at Brimstone, there’s no need for a car, just head out straight from the hotel. It’s an all off road 4 mile route combining sections along the river, through woodland, on bridleways and across countryside and which makes it a great route for walking too. The most scenic part is beside stunning Elterwater, definitely a place for a breather and to take in the views of the iconic Langdale Pikes. More importantly, this route is a one that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
The thought of Brimstone at the finish line is enough to achieve the best PB’s ever! Back at the hotel choose to use to brand new Brimstone Spa and book spa therapies, some of which no other spa in the Lake District are offering or simply head back to your suite and enjoy a relaxing bath before heading to the The Reading Room for complimentary drinks including wine and beers.
You’re never away for some delicious food when staying at Brimstone. Choose from a short amble to Wainwright’s for a quintessential Lakeland pub experience, head to Stove just a 30 second walk from Brimstone or if the suite is too good to leave, order from the in-room dining menu and your Brimstone Host will deliver food and drinks.
For more information on Brimstone adventures and to book one of the Brimstone luxury hotel suites visit, http://www.brimstonehotel.co.uk