Re-opening the A591: 5 best reasons for visiting the Lakes

I wrote a post yesterday on my other Blog: http://www.blenheim-lodge.com/blog/2016/05/11/5-best-reasons-for-visiting-the-lakes/ partly to celebrate the early re-opening of the A591 after part of it had been washed away in the floods of December 2015, and partly to share the beauty of the Lakes with readers. The A591 was deemed Britain’s Best Drive in 2015 by a quantum physicist based on a scientific formula. It is also considered England’s most beautiful motorway – and you can see why below.

thirlmere lake district

Along the A591 route is Thirlmere, famous for its reflections. (Photo reproduced courtesy of http://www.flickr.com/photos/tall-guy/7065298437.)

I know that I have only captured a small snapshot of the Lakes in the post listed above, but am hopeful that readers will get a flavour of what our beautiful Lakes is all about. I would love to hear from you what your five best reasons are for visiting your favourite places. And would also love to hear about any additions you have to make to the best reasons for visiting the Lakes.

An fleet of yachts, masts standing proud, grace Windermere. Photo taken today, 16.4.16.

A fleet of yachts, masts standing proud, grace Windermere. Photo taken from The Eyrie guest room at Blenheim Lodge.

The Eyrie is a cute single room under the eaves at Blenheim Lodge. Full of character, this room offers outstanding panoramic views of Windermere and the fells.

The Eyrie is a cute single room under the eaves at Blenheim Lodge. Full of character, this room offers outstanding panoramic views of Windermere and the fells.

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.’

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