October in the Lake District

We are now into the last quarter of 2014, and the Lake District, perennially beautiful as it is, is now beginning to exhibit some of the warm colours of Autumn. As usual, guests at Blenheim Lodge are able to enjoy some of the most wonderful panoramas of Fall colours from their bedrooms, and here are some images of these amazing natural displays below. It is not yet quite cold enough to turn all the leaves from green to gold, but you get the idea.

panoramic lake windermere views, blenheim lodge, lake district

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

single room at blenheim lodge, bowness on windermere lake district

A view from The Eyrie, our single en-suite room on the second floor of Blenheim Lodge.

Autumn colours on Brantfell, into which Blenheim Lodge nestles. This photo was taken from The Dalesway room, which overlooks peaceful countryside and woodlands, leading up to the summit of Brantfell.

Autumn colours on Brantfell, into which Blenheim Lodge nestles. This photo was taken from The Dalesway room, which overlooks peaceful countryside and woodlands, leading up to Brantfell’s summit.

Here is a view of the fells rising beyond Lake Windermere as seen from Blenheim Lodge Guest House, Bowness on Windermere.

Here is a view of the fells rising beyond Lake Windermere as seen from Blenheim Lodge Guest House, Bowness on Windermere.

But there is always more to EXPLORE!

The calmness of early morning at Ullswater, one of my favourite places to visit, and no more than 40 minutes from Blenheim Lodge, our Windermere guest house. (Photo courtesy of www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

The calmness of early morning at Ullswater, one of my favourite places to visit, and no more than 40 minutes from Blenheim Lodge, our Windermere guest house. (Photo courtesy of http://www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

Enjoy a little solitude by a tranquil lake to rejuvenate your spirit. This is Crummock Water, where row boats are also available for hire. (Photo courtesy of www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

Enjoy a little solitude by a tranquil lake to rejuvenate your spirit. This is Crummock Water, where row boats are also available for hire. (Photo courtesy of http://www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

An atmospheric autumn morning view of Tarn Hows, with gorgeous blues and oranges tinged with shades of green. (Photo courtesy of www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

An atmospheric autumn morning view of Tarn Hows, with gorgeous blues and oranges tinged with shades of green. (Photo courtesy of http://www.cumbriaphoto.co.uk.)

Sunset at Waterhead, Lake Windermere, Lake District.

Sunset at Waterhead, Lake Windermere, Lake District.

Why not come and stay with us and enjoy this spectacular scenery for yourselves? Blenheim Lodge is situated in the heart of the English Lake District National Park with easy access to all these and many more lovely places to explore. We have late availability this October and you will find a warm welcome here at Blenheim Lodge.

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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2 Responses to October in the Lake District

  1. Beautiful photos – brings back memories of my last trip to the Lake District in 2010.

  2. blodge1 says:

    Thanks. Hope those memories are delightful and that you plan to make more soon!

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