Tonight, I am going to post some lovely pictures of the surrounding areas that some recent guests from Hong took yesterday. It was so kind of them to share the photos with us and to allow us to use them as web material. The following are around the Ambleside and Bowness areas and are entitled accordingly.
Our visitors walked up to Stock Ghyll Force but unfortunately found the area around the waterfall fenced off, so they could not continue their walk. Below is a photo of Stockghyll Force.
Our guests had taken a ferry ride from Bowness-on-Windermere to Waterhead, where ducks were sunbathing quite comfortably around the pier.
Just as Bowness-on-Windermere is the waterside gateway to Windermere town, a mile inland, so Waterhead is the waterside gateway to Ambleside, also a mile inland.
Soon, the sun was setting on our guests’ lovely day out. Here is their photo of the sunset.
Now it was time to return to Blenheim Lodge. Here is the view of Old Bowness and Lake Windermere they captured from their room.
I hope you have enjoyed this little narration, with photos courtesy of our Hong Kong guests, whom we very much enjoyed having to stay with us at Blenheim Lodge. And if you are still looking for a quiet break over Easter long weekend, we do have late availability and would be delighted to welcome you. Special offers are also available for a Spring break.
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