Cumbria is #theplacetobe so why not visit this Winter!

With stunning landscapes, lakes, mountains, coastline, historic sites and a wide range of accommodation there’s no better place to come and unwind.

Book a Lake District hotel and sample exquisite food whilst enjoying the unrivalled views! If you are looking for adventure then try the Infiniti Bridge – where you can climb through the landscape, get the most extreme views, watch the sunset and camp under the stars.

However you decide to enjoy The Lake District, Cumbria, you can be assured of breathtaking views, excellent accommodation, superb food and a great holiday.

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Kendal

Share your holiday snaps with us on our social channels using the hashtag #theplacetobe

The Lake District, Cumbria, is a region of incredible beauty famous for its stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cultural heritage.

The area is made up of ancient woodlands and forest, river valleys, lakes, mountains and simply stunning coastlines. The North lakes is much wilder than the South, with the Skiddaw mountain range dominating the town of Keswick. The lush Borrowdale valley leads to the dramatic Honister mountain pass and into the natural lakes of Buttermere & Crummock.

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Ullswater

The South & Central Lake District has the charming villages of Grasmere & Hawkshead along with England’s largest lake, Windermere.

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Langdale Chase Hotel 

Adventure seekers can head West to the higher ground of Great Langdale where the giant fells of Bowfell, Crinkle Crags and the highest peak, Scafell Pike, reside.

To celebrate our winter campaign we have launched the brand new Love Cumbria card giving you access to a fantastic variety of discounts across Cumbria. For more information click HERE

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