Lake District Tourism Website’s New Look for the New Year

Not only has this website got the best interest of the business owner in mind, they also have the best interest of the Lake District landscape in mind too.

By supporting or advertising with guests and business owners are also supporting the Lake District Foundation. If you’re a business then 20% of the advertising fee does directly to the foundation, by supporting as a visitor to the Lake District then you are supporting via staying, eating in or visiting businesses that are committed to the lake District too.

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The website has been redesigned for the new decade making it even easier to search for the best place to stay – hotels, B&B’s, self catering through to spas, where to eat, what to do and how to relax. It is also a handy website for links to wedding suppliers and venues in the Lake District. Getting married in the Lake District is not just popular and the ultimate location for those living throughout the UK but also those living in Cumbria too. Found a self catering cottage? Then you can easily search for a restaurant, pub or attraction within the locality. Fancy taking part in something when you get there? Just search the What’s On guide.

To list on the AllofTheLakeDistrict website costs from as little as £50 and 20% of all listing fees are donated to the Lake District Foundation remember. By listing, advertisers are not only benefitting from the extra marketing and social media exposure provide but also sustaining the Lake District right now and for future generations to come.

Whether you are looking for somewhere to stay or looking to advertise a Lake District hotel or tourism business ethically and efficiently, visit

Grasmere – for a wonderful weekend break in the Lake District

Grasmere is a haven of peace and tranquillity, has low level paths, bodies of water to walk around as well as fells. When staying in Grasmere there’s no need to use the car again until going home, everything is on the doorstep.

The National Trust has a great selection ranging from 2 to 5 miles including lakeshore and fell walks, Although Grasmere is an ideal place for low level walks equally there are many high level, longer routes for the more adventurous. A fabulous one is a circular walk taking in six Wainwright Fells providing stunning views along every inch. View down to the breath taking Langdale Valley, walk alongside Easedale Tarn and view the full glory of Grasmere Village from above before finishing on one of the Lake District’s most famous fells Helm Crag, AKA The Lion & The Lamb as most people know it.

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There’s not a shortage of places to eat and drink in Grasmere which is fast becoming the place to be for foodies in Cumbria. Very different to Cartmel which many say holds the title of number 1 culinary destination in the county, Grasmere has great pubs, lots of artisan cafes, independent restaurants and the highly regarded and newest restaurant within the Forest Side Hotel. With their innovative and ultra seasonal menus combined with the new fresh approach in cooking and a vast kitchen garden, it’s no wonder Forest Side was awarded a Michelin Star in its first year of opening.

Let’s not forget the most famous person to have ties with Grasmere, William Wordsworth. Even if art & literature isn’t your thing, a trip to Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum is really worth a morning or afternoon jaunt to. Any lovers of the Lake District will have an affiliation with him due to his obsession with it too.

Now where to stay. As with food offerings in Grasmere, the choice of accommodation is vast and of the highest quality. Raise View is a luxury bed & breakfast in Grasmere that offers style and elegance, has uninterrupted views of Helm Crag, delicious breakfasts and allows the freedom to go out and explore all the fabulous eateries Grasmere has to offer. Rooms start from £120 per room B&B based on two people sharing. Visit for more information.


Spring has sprung around Grange over Sands and the Holker Spring Fair 2019

This Holker Spring Fair will be taking place at one of the most impressive properties in South Cumbria May Day Bank Holiday weekend the 4th, 5th and 6th. As with the garden festival that it has replaced, the fair will be brimming with produce, activities and entertainment throughout the weekend.

Although now called the Spring Fair, glorious flowers and plants will still be on show and to purchase from top producers and growers. As the rise in artisan food produce grows and grows, a high emphasis will be on food from the local area of the south and central Lakes as well as North Lancashire, Yorkshire and the whole of Cumbria. For anyone looking for a special gift for someone equally as special, the crafts and bespoke stalls will provide a huge choice.

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It is most definitely advisable to arrive hungry as not only will there the producers selling food to take home but also plenty of tasty offerings for consumption on the day.

New for 2019 for any prospective brides, grooms and their families, Holker Hall will be beautifully dressed for a wedding reception. See the wonderful rooms and exterior areas adorned as they could be for the most special of days.

Holker Hall is located in Cark in Cartmel just 4 miles from Grange –over –Sands and less than 2 miles from Cartmel set within a 25 acre estate famed for its landscape and ornamental gardens . Visit the Holker website here for more details on the fair. The gates open each day 10.30am – 5.00pm.

Looking for accommodation for that weekend? Bay Villa Bed & Breakfast in Grange over Sands is the ideal place to relax and unwind after a full packed day at the festival. Call direct to book on 015395 36793 or visit for more details.

Autumn+Lake District+Great Deals=Holiday Perfection!

It is the perfect time for a quick break in the Lake District or perhaps, even a full week away.

There are some tempting deals to be found at hotels in the Lake District at the moment especially during October and November and even including half term. Not only are the leaves on the trees in full Autumnal amazingness now but the shorter days are now perfect for sitting in front of a real log fire in a hotel bar.

Getting away at this time of year whether for a long weekend or a week holiday, really sets you up for the Winter and of course, Christmas. Time to relax, a chance to unwind and take in the scenery of the Lake District in all its glory. The ability to still walk all day whilst it being cool enough to appreciate a real log fire in one of the traditional Lake District inns.

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Food wise, well the Lake District is a fully packed larder at this time of year. Game is plentiful and is found on many menus across the county from pigeon to venison and partridge. Wild mushrooms a perfect partner for game can also be found as well as damsons and autumn Lakeland lamb. Real ales from local breweries are getting darker with more notes of coffee and chocolate and make the ideal aperitif to a game casserole or Cumbrian Tatie Pot!

Onto where to stay and Lake Windermere has it all and the southern tip so easy to access from the M6 motorway, good whatever the weather. All year long enjoy cruises up and down the lake and attractions and adventure on the doorstep. The Newby Bridge Lake Windermere Hotel for accommodation is worth looking out for. Offers throughout the year but especially some very tempting B&B rates during the autumn and winter. Delicious food and a real fire complete the offering.

Visit for more details and to book.

Tour of Britain takes on the Lake District Twice in 2018

Excitement is mounting on a huge scale for the Tour of Britain 2018 cycle race. Returning back to Cumbria after a break last year, The Tour of Britian is hold not one but two highly anticipated stages in the 2018 race. This route will showcase some amazing locations in Cumbria including Whinlatter near Keswick twice and then a stage running through the heart of the Lake District National Park on Friday September 7th. Cumbria and the Lake District have been some of the busiest stages for spectators in the last 5 to 7 years of the ToB with highlights being Beast Banks in Kendal (summit finishes on 2 stage occasions) to Honister Pass where hundreds lined this stunning pass in true Grand Tour style (although the Lakes being the Lakes, everyone was waterproofed up!).

With two stages and such routes, it’s all about trying to decide where to watch. Ambleside due to the race location and route is surely going to be one of the must watch locations.
During the 168 km stage, the riders will tackle three sprints and three KoM’s for extra points and for spectators, even more excitement.

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As well as Ambleside being a scenic location, most definitely one that is going to attract hundreds of people, it is also around the half way mark. The town is set to be buzzing during the whole week with visitors arriving. Remember also, the team time trial the day before, Thursday 6th September. Starting from Cockermouth, anyone visiting Ambleside for the Barrow to Whinlatter stage should look to travel the relatively short distance to Keswick to watch this. Whinlatter is a hill top forestry park and for any of those who have cycled or watched the Fred Whitton from there, it’s a great cycling spectator point.

The route will pass directly past Rothay Garth Bed & Breakfast in Ambleside, a great tip for somewhere to stay should nothing have been booked yet. From there the route follows the one way system through Ambleside north and out of the village via the A591 to Grasmere, through this pretty village and then onto Cockermouth, Keswick before finishing at Whinlatter.
Come rain or shine, it’s set to be a fantastic couple of days. Accommodation is running out fast so get booking asap to avoid disappointment.

Last chance to ‘Outline’ a visit to Kendal Art Exhibition

The extremely popular Outline exhibition at the Kendal Museum which open its doors on 24th May draws to a close on 30 September 2017. So it’s the last chance to visit and view the work of some of the best artists of the award winning Green Door Art Studio the artists collective in Cumbria & North Lancashire. Including drawings, mixed media, paintings, papercuts, prints, wire sculptures and textiles.

Subjects include the land, sea, local Lake District & Cumbria region and human interaction and life such as “At The Bar” by Kath Lockhart the printmaker.

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Other artists include Exhibiting artists include: Roger Bell, Averyl Bradbrook, Ellie Chaney, Barbra Cropper, Joyce Eldred, Ann Marie Foster, Eileen Gledhill, Ray Green, Mike Healey, Cheryl Hitchcock, Kath Lockhart, Emma Lowe, Liz Lyon, Sam Mould, Marjorie Park, Fiona Reeves, Elizabeth Shorrock, Pat Smith, Elizabeth Tracey, Sonja Ingrid Vietoris, Brie Wharf and Maddy Wright.
Green Door are artists in residence at Kendal Museum. The Museum is open Tuesday to Thursday and Saturday 10am to 4pm. The last entrance to the Museum is at 3.30 pm. Don’t miss out on this modern and innovative exhibition by local artist.

Looking to visit Kendal for the weekend and take the opportunity of visiting this exhibition in its last few days? The Riverside Hotel in Kendal, just a minute walk from the Kendal Museum and even Kendal Tran Station. The riverside location with restaurant and bar and 2 minutes from Kendal town centre makes it an enticing place to stay. Visit to book direct and for doing this you’ll receive a £10 voucher to spend in the restaurant or bar too.

Destination Windermere Village – the place to be in 2017

With such spectacular scenery, Lake Windermere attracts thousands of tourists each year from anglers, to canoeists to yachtsmen and walkers.

But surrounding Lake Windermere is just so much more than simply the water itself. Starting from the south of the lake and Newby Bridge is where you will be. Continuing up the lake and you pass Cartmel Fell, Far Sawrey, Bowness-on-Windermere, High Wray and the lake comes to an end at Waterhead, only a short walk into the centre of the bustling Ambleside. The views are of course sights to be hold all the way down but the most spectacular are towards the north of the lake where the Fairfield Horseshoe, Great and Little Langdale and Coniston Old Man are in view. The Windermere Marina continues to thrive with around 400 boats having mooring there, the largest inland marina in the North of England.

Cruises along Lake Windermere are an excellent way to travel. Sailing on this stunning lake is direct, allows the stopping off at the top destinations along the lake such as Bowness, Ambleside and Lakeside and to the many Lake District hotels and makes for a very relaxing journey in complete relaxation.

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Windermere Village is located to the east of of the lake and is in actual fact one and a quarter miles from the lake but all for the better. Just off the main A591 road connecting all of the major towns and villages in the Lake District, Windermere is now the destination of choice. It has a Booths supermarket, many local independent shops stocking stylish gifts and clothing, the flagship Lakeland Limited store and now new in the last 12 months an ever growing bar, restaurant and café offering. For foodies visiting from anywhere in the UK, Windermere is now the place to be.

With everything on the doorstep, Windermere Village is not only the place to be to eat and drink but also the place to stay. Applegarth Villa Hotel & Restaurant is a gem of a bolt hole in the heart of the village combining the conveniences of a central location with stunning views of the Lakeland Fells, off road car parking and even the train station just a 2 minute walk away.

For more information on Applegarth Villa Hotel & Restaurant in Windermere and to view their choice of 22 hotel rooms and luxury hot tub suites, visit

Pancake Day Everyday at Langdale Hotel in the Lake District

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.

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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,

The latest Brimstone Hotel adventure in the Lake District

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.

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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,

Come to the Lake District and combine Valentines with half term

With Valentines weekend coinciding perfectly with half term this year, most parents will have resigned themselves to the fact, they will be spending the most romantic weekend of the year with their offspring.

But the Lake District could be just the way to combine it all. Locations such as Bowness and Windermere have lots of things to do in the daytime to occupy children meaning Mum & Dad can get the chance to spend some time just the two of them. Have a lovely wander up Orrest Head, sit on the bench up there are take in the view or maybe hire a boat for half a day and sail down the lake.

For the kids then the Lake District National Park Visitor Centre at Brockhole where there is a multitude of activities and adventures to experience both indoors and outdoors. There’s indoor soft play for little ones, a cafe selling ice creams, a shop and creative spaces. Outdoors a climbing wall, extensive gardens, lake shore access and walks and the brand new Treetop Nets, the attraction in amongst the trees of Brockhole of over 1500m2 of giant trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels all made from netting. For more information on Brockhole, click here.

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More indoor activities and let’s face it, the weather in February isn’t guaranteed to be warm and dry are the craft days are taking place at The World of Beatrix Potter. The attraction will have only just opened for half term after a 5 week programme of refurbishment. Visit for more details.

Onto where to stay if you haven’t booked anywhere yet. Close to Bowness and many other key locations in the Southern Lake District is the Damson Dene Hotel. This hotel is very child friendly and has a good choice of family rooms starting from as little as £105 per night. Make a special note of the “Stay Longer For Less Deal” stay for four nights and only pay for 3. To fin dout more and or booking details of this hotel close to Bowness on Windermere visit,

Cracking Comedy in Kendal in 2017

Whether its theatre, art house cinema, plays and productions, exhibitions or music, Kendal and The Brewery Arts Centre is the arts hub of South Lakeland.

But another creative genre has been steadily building over the years, comedy. The Brewery is now one of the top comedy venues in the north of England with bigger and bigger names choosing to add this location to their dates each year.

From a humble monthly comedy night to now some of the world’s highest regarded and ultimately, the finniest comedians now performing in this town in Cumbria.
But why should anyone be shocked? Kendal is small and perfectly formed, is the gateway to the Lake District, looks pretty good too and even more so compared with the some of the sprawling and uninspiring cities many of the acts have the perform in night in night out and The Brewery, well it’s a little hidden gem of a venue off Highgate in the centre of Kendal.

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Here’s a brief selection of what to expect during 2017 at The Brewery for comedy lovers:

Friday January 20 – Mark Radcliffe….Should You Be Interested
Thursday February 9 – Gary Delany “There’s Something About Gary”
Friday March 24 – Miles Jupp
And two dates for your diary later on in the year, Ed Byrne. Ed will be doing a first for The Brewery, two nights back to back Thursday November 9 and Friday November 10.

There are many more acts and dates during the year, all of which can be found here, Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office on 01539 725133.

Popular not just with the comedians but also comedy lovers from afar, these nights regularly attract visitors from all over the UK and what a place to make a weekend of it too. With the lakes and fells of the Lake District on the doorstep, lots of places to eat and drink and an historic town to walk around, no wonder it is growing in popularity for events such as these.
Where to stay:

Just over the River Kent and with views of Kendal Castle, the Riverside Hotel is great value and has a restaurant, bar and leisure facilities too. Travelling by car, there’s a private car park, travelling by train, it’s just a 2 minute walk from the station. Book direct and receive a £10 to spend in the restaurant and bar during the stay. Visit and look out for the special 2 night break offers.

Chic and beautiful inside and out, we’re all loving boutique hotels

“Luxury” and “Boutique” are the buzz words in the hotel industry right now with this high end sector leading the way. From newly built hotels choosing the boutique ethos to existing luxury hotels upping their luxurious décor, service and facilities with even bed and breakfast venues doing boutique on a smaller scale.

It seems there’s a lust for being pampered now with guests wanting the full package when going away for a night or short break and perhaps forgoing frequency for luxury.

Boutique hotels vary but there are some basics required for true boutique status. Charm and individuality are keys so too luxuriousness and exclusivity. The choice of generously proportioned rooms, extras such as hot tubs and private leisure facilities and extremely high on the list, delicious food from breakfast through to evening dining options.

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Although boutique hotels can be found across the UK, the south east is where the highest concentration are situated, this area being such a popular place for a weekend away, business trips to the capital and meetings. Surrey offers the best of both worlds for anyone wanting a boutique hotel leisure break or for business travel being within an easy commute of London, train connections and both Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Number one on our list for boutique hotels in Surrey is the Brooklands Hotel. A one of its kind in terms of architecture, design and location sited on the old Brooklands motor racing circuit.

A choice of large and spacious rooms and suites many with stunning views of the circuit, a critically acclaimed chef creating dishes for the 1907 Bar & Grill as well as the Restaurant, full spa facilities with fitness centre and luxury service to match.

Tip: Often busy with corporate and business guests on weekday dates, look out for great weekend deals perfect for leisure travellers.

For more information visit

Travellers love luxury hotel in Windermere

The Tripadvisor Travellers Choice Awards have just been announced. The awards now in their 8th year showcase the very best of travel chosen by millions of travellers.

A great accolade for the Lake District tourism sector has been the inclusion of Applegarth Villa Hotel & Restaurant in Windermere in the top 25 luxury hotels in the UK category. This hotel is the only choice from the region and one of only three hotels from the north of England.

2015 was also a great year for Applegarth Hotel having made the top 25 romantic hotels in the UK at the awards. This year it has been even more exciting making the top 25 luxury hotels in the UK, an even bigger and wider sector.

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One of the new luxury suites at Applegarth Villa with private, bubbly hot tub

It comes within weeks of opening seven brand new luxury hot tub suites. A completely new development for this family owned and run, independent hotel in Windermere. The suites are already proving a huge hit with both past guests of Applegarth and new guests. The suites are generously proportioned, individually designed with luxury interiors, fixtures and fittings, all the latest gadgets including superfast broadband and mood lighting as well as outside space in the form of balconies and terraces each with their own private hot tub.

Alan & Suzanne Mumford, owners of Applegarth Villa luxury hotel in Windermere, know how important a good reputation is and how vastly used such review sites are nowadays for finding venues as well getting an insight into the facilities, quality and service.

For more information on the hotel and new luxury hot tub suites in Windermere visit

Celebrate the 150th Birthday of Beatrix Potter at her Lake District home

It’s an exciting time coming up in 2016 for fans of Beatrix Potter for it is the 150th Birthday of this most famous of author, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist.
Firstly it has recently been announced to mark this event, the Royal Mint has designed a new 50p coin with Peter Rabbit on it. This is an exciting time for the Lake District where Beatrix Potter lived and where visitors can still walk into her world at Hill Top her home and garden from 1905 until her death in 1943.

During the year there is set to be many celebrations, events and activities to mark this extremely talented woman who’s books and legacy is as strong and as popular today as ever with people from all over the world.

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The new coin and Beatrix Potter’s home, Hill Top

Hill Top, owned and managed by The National Trust, will have special guided tours on selected dates from spring into summer and during her Birthday month of July. Near Sawrey where Hill Top is located is a delightful, Lakeland Village. Acorss Lake Windermere and at The World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness commemorative exhibitions and a new musical will be shown from June until September.

This is definitely the time for visiting the Southern Lake District whether you’re a Beatrix Potter fan or are wanting to find out more about her life and work. The Cuckoo Brow Lake District Inn at Far Sawrey, just 5 minutes from Hill Top is also handy for catching the Windermere Ferry across to Bowness. Family rooms are available and the inn serves local food and real ales. Prices from £138 for a family room and £77 for a double including breakfast.

Couple up for a Lake District getaway this winter

What better time for getting away from it all just the two of you after a packed and stressful run up to Chistmas, New year and the entertaining of the children in the school holidays?

January and February are ideal times to visit the Lake District and enjoy some quality time together and to take advantage of hotel offers that are so widely available. Langdale is an excellent choice of destination for a complete and relaxing getaway.

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Just some of the activities to do when staying at Langdale hotel in the Lake District

There is plenty for couples to do whilst visiting the Langdale Valley:

1. Take a stroll around Blea Tarn and gaze at the Langdale Dale Pikes. It may just inspire you to actually walk them the next day! Either level of walking, there are plenty of routes in the Langdale area. Remember too, Fresh Air is Free!
2. Hire an electric car for a hour or 2 and drive over the Wrynose and Hardnott Passes, the steepest roads in England. Great views can be had no matter where you look and is such a peaceful way in which to travel.
3. Have a trip over to Grizedale Forest and either cycle around the well signposted routes or walk them and look out for the sculptures hiding in and around the forest.
4. Museums galore if that’s your thing nearby including Hill Top, Beatrix Potter’s home and The Ruskin Museum.
5. Well and truly relax and unwind with a spectacular spa day or half day. The Langdale Spa has a swimming pool, sauna and steam room as well as treatment rooms for all the spa treatments you’d expect from a luxury facility. Treatments for men and women and there’s not a man yet that hasn’t come out feel revitalized!

In terms of accommodation there is the Langdale 4 Star Lake District Hotel as well as Brimstone Hotel, both excellent choices of places to stay for couples. Being able to take advantage of the everything at the resort like their restaurants and bars and they hire out electric cars too. Join the Langdale Fan Club and save 15% on all room rates when booking 30 days or more in advance. For more information visit

Luxury Lake District hotel vouchers – the perfect gift this Christmas

What do you buy the couple who have everything? How do you break a routine of buying someone the same gift each year and how do you show thoughtfulness and generosity without spending hours trailing up and down the high street?

Gift vouchers, the age old answer to all of the above problems but a book voucher, one for a home or music store is quite lack lustre. But a gift voucher for a hotel stay is a very different proposition allowing the lucky recipients to enjoy an experience rather than a material gift.

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Brimstone at Langdale are in full swing of sending out gift vouchers at the moment. This very special, boutique hotel in the Lake District will make for the most special of gifts this Christmas with vouchers being purchased by people across the country and even abroad. Choose between monetary vouchers for the hotel in various denominations to 1 and 2 night breaks choosing from the Plush Rooms to the premier Duet and Spa Suites. The monetary vouchers are a great way to contribute to someone stay if you know they are going already or have booked.

If you’ve not already realised, Christmas Day is next week so despite this being a fantastic idea and one that will nstant make you the recipients favourite person ever, time is running out. Brimstone Hotel recommend ordering by Friday December 18th for Royal Mail First Class (although this is not a tracked or guaranteed service – for guaranteed choose UK Royal Mail Special Delivery  at the checkout).

The vouchers can be purchased via the Brimstone 3rd party voucher supplier here, and for more information on the Brimstone luxury hotel suites and its Lake District locations visit