Fell top Lake District views

The Lake District is a walker’s paradise, so I thought I would share some photos of some of this region’s fell top views. Recently, the BBC showcased some of Alfred Wainwright’s walks with some truly splendid mountain top views. As the Lake District National Park is not overlarge, it is easy for visitors to get around and enjoy these fantastic vistas for themselves.

The closest mountain or hill or fell to our guest house, Blenheim Lodge, is Brantfell. In fact, our guest house is on a road named Brantfell Road. There are a number of view points on Brantfell, with the summit view, also called Brantfell, being particularly far-reaching and offering 360-degree views.

A place to contemplate the world. Here is a photo of one of the viewpoints located behind our guest house. Brantfell is about 40 minutes' walk from our front door. Enjoy this stunning scenery when you stay at Blenheim Lodge. (Photo courtesy of www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

A place to contemplate the world. Here is a photo of one of the viewpoints located behind our guest house. Brantfell is about 40 minutes’ walk from our front door. Enjoy this stunning scenery when you stay at Blenheim Lodge. (Photo courtesy of http://www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

Another fell close to Blenheim Lodge is Orrest Head. This view point, located opposite Windermere Train Station, is about 1 mile from our Bed and Breakfast. Like Brantfell, this fell top view point offers spectacular views of Lake Windermere and the surrounding fells.

orrest head, lake windermere, lake district

Here an international visitor takes a photo of Lake Windermere and its fells from Orrest Head, about a mile’s walk from Blenheim Lodge.

Blenheim Lodge is located in the South Central Lakes. Further afield are some higher fells or mountains in the Northern Lake District. Depending on where one wants to go walking, travel could take any time from 20-45 minutes’ ride, depending on one’s destination.

A climber looks out over the Lowther Valley, where greyish white clouds part to reveal blue skies. (Photo by Dave Willis, courtesy of www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

A climber looks out over the Lowther Valley, where greyish white clouds part to reveal blue skies. (Photo by Dave Willis, courtesy of http://www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

However, guests at Blenheim Lodge do not need to go far in order to enjoy amazing views of lake and mountain: they can see them from most of our guest rooms, lounge and porch.

panoramic lake windermere views, blenheim lodge, lake district

Panoramic Lake Windermere and mountain views snapped from one of our bedrooms at Blenheim Lodge.

Why not come and take in these views for yourself? Spoil yourself. Take advantage of our special offers this autumn and visit one of the most beautiful places on earth for a tranquil relaxing break. We are sure you will enjoy this lovely part of the world.

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.’

Visit our website: www.blenheim-lodge.com

Email: enquiries@blenheim-lodge.com

Telephone: 015394 43440

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