I have just written a post on my other Blog page that I’d like to share here. The weather is nice right now – not cold! – although I must admit that it is not always sunny either. However, it is lovely walking and touring weather. We have late availability at our Bowness Bed and Breakfast and would love to welcome new and returning visitors to our place, Blenheim Lodge.
There is much to see and do in this area, with something to see and do for everyone: from exploring quaint villages to shopping in interesting independent shops; from tasting delicious Lakeland foods and drink in local cafes and restaurants to buying unique Lakes-made products; from exploring the fells on foot to touring Lakeland’s landscapes by motor vehicle; from taking part in some of the Lake District’s most extreme sports to sitting in plush (or not so plush) seats in local Lakeland theatres.
There is more; of course, there is more. There is the peace and quiet of the Lakes to soak into your being, pushing out and away those stresses that accompany busy lives. There is the beauty of the Lake District’s iconic waters and fells to marvel at and enjoy, inducing within one both awe and wonder at how incredibly beautiful this part of the world is; and, think upon this, the natural landscape of which is actually shaped by Lakeland’s iconic Herdwick sheep! (I have written in the past about the Herdwick in this Blog, so if you are interested in finding out more, do take a look at it.)
We have just put up a post on our Facebook Page offering discounted breaks at our Lake District guesthouse. Stay any two or more nights this Winter and receive £5 discount per night off our Winter rates. So, if you have a few days of holiday time still to take before the fiscal year end, why not come join us in the Lakes? Book a room with views of Lake Windermere and the fells. We’d love to welcome you!
‘Blenheim Lodge . . . panoramic Lake views, peace and tranquillity, nestled against acres of beautiful fields and woodlands, in the heart of the English Lake District National Park.’