Early May Bank Holiday: a lazy weekend in the Lakes

The weather is fine, the days are long, and a long weekend is coming up courtesy of the Early May Bank Holiday weekend. Thus, instead of a weekend comprising Saturday and Sunday, most everyone will also enjoy an extra day of rest on Monday, 2nd May, before returning to the humdrum of everyday life the next day, Tuesday. How, one may ask, should one take advantage of this extra long weekend? Well, how about spending some quality time on your own, with a bosom buddy, friends, family or spouse in the Lake District National Park? Breathe in the fresh invigorating air, marvel at the stupendous scenery of lakes and fells, relax in the quiet of forest glades, picnic by a picturesque tarn . . . stay at a peaceful Bed and Breakfast in accommodation that overlooks Lake Windermere and the fells.

Take a deep breath – breathe in fresh clean air:

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.)

Marvel at Lakeland’s incredibly beautiful scenery:

wastwater lake district

Rainbow over Wastwater, voted England’s most beautiful place, courtesy of http://www.chrisceaser.com.

A sweet romantic kiss in the quietness of forest glades:

'Couple walking in woodland on the shore of Coniston Water at Machell Coppice.' Photo by Tony West.

‘Couple walking in woodland on the shore of Coniston Water at Machell Coppice.’ Photo by Tony West.

Loughrigg Tarn, named one of the top ten spots for a picnic in Lancashire Life magazine:

A scenic idyll, with gently floating water lily pads surrounded by quiet countryside with towering mountains in the background.

A scenic idyll, with gently floating water lily pads surrounded by quiet countryside with towering mountains in the background.

Stay in our peaceful B&B . . .

The Langdale 4-Poster room is bright, welcoming and relaxing.

The Langdale 4-Poster room is comfortable, bright and sunny, welcoming and relaxing.

. . . in accommodation which overlooks Lake Windermere and the fells.

Fabulous views of Lake Windermere and the mountains are to be had from our guest rooms at Blenheim Lodge.

Fabulous views of Lake Windermere and the mountains are to be had from our guest rooms at Blenheim Lodge.

Our May Bank Holiday weekend DISCOUNTED tariffs start from only £52 per person per night, including breakfast when booking DIRECT with us, and we have late availability. Book a short or longer break with us to explore the Lakes . . . and also to enjoy Lakeland’s amazing scenery from your very own room! 

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: http://www.blenheim-lodge.com

Email: enquiries@blenheim-lodge.com

Telephone: 015394 43440

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