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Holiday Cottages In Lake District Villages By: David Murray | Apr 15th 2012 – The Cumbrian Lake District is largest and second oldest of England’s ten national parks. Hotels and B&Bs are plentifully available at different price ranges but many prefer to stay in a cottage. Self-catering has the bonus of increased freedom, particularly with small children and pets. The range of Cumbrian cottage accommo … Tags: Whinlatter Forest (near Keswick) By: Sally | Dec 3rd 2011 – Kids Keswick is a superb guide of 50 things to do with children in and near to Keswick (and the Borrowdale valley). One such extract leads families to Whinlatter Forest, just above the village of Braithwaite (5 mins from Keswick) Tags: A Remembrance Walk Up Great Gable By: Sally | Nov 30th 2011 – The second Sunday in November. A day of respect and remembrance for those who fought and were killed in the First World War, and a day of respect and remembrance for those who are still fighting and dying. Tags: Keswick Business Woman Praised For Contribution To The County By: Sally | Nov 23rd 2011 – Sally Fielding, winner of this year"��s Women"��s Business Woman of the Year, has been praised for her contribution to the economy of Cumbria, as well as for being an inspiration to other women in business, by judges of the prestigious award run by the Cumbrian Chamber of Commerce. Tags: Holker Hall: A Beautiful Stately Home In The Lake District By: Sally | May 24th 2011 – We"��ve just come back from a beautiful day at Holker Hall & Gardens in the South Lake District it takes an hour to get there from several Keswick cottages Tags: The Keswick Beer Festival By: Sally | May 7th 2011 – Just an update for anyone who has forgotten "�" the weekend of the 4th of June is the Keswick Beer Festival and there are still a few tickets left for the Friday night. Tags: Celebrating The Royal Wedding In The Lake District By: Sally | Apr 27th 2011 – There are lots of celebrations being held throughout the Lake District to celebrate the Royal Wedding, so if you are staying at one of the many self catering cottages in the Lake District you don"��t need to worry that you"��ll risk missing the action on the big day. Tags: The Rannerdale Bluebells Are Out! By: Sally | Apr 26th 2011 – I was planning to take advantage of the Sunshine this morning and give the lawn the first mow of the season. Tags: Muncaster Castle "�" A Trip Down Memory Lane. By: Sally | Apr 23rd 2011 – Today I took a trip down memory lane and had a day out at Muncaster Castle by Ravenglass (near Eskdale). Boldly passing all the people having ice-creams and cake at the café I knocked on the private entrance door at the castle of Iona and Peter Pennington who run Muncaster, and whose family have lived there for over 800 y … Tags: With Sun Shine Comes Tourism And Visitors By: Sabina Kucz | Apr 19th 2011 – Yet again we see the Easter holidays have arrived with the sun shine in tow. Tags: Easter In The Lake District By: Sally | Apr 13th 2011 – What"��s going on in the Lake District this Easter? Well the answer is that it"��s not all bluebells, daffodils and gambolling lambs "�" There"��s chocolate too! Tags: Three Fun Free Things To Do In The Lake District By: Sally | Apr 7th 2011 – The activities below have been chosen with children in mind. However, I have had a fabulous time just with my mates doing these things, and we ought to know better as we"��re all in our 30s! Tags: The Theatre By The Lake In Keswick – Summer Events By: Sally | Apr 5th 2011 – We"��ve just received details of the Summer Season at the Theatre by the Lake in Keswick and it looks like they have some real crackers lined up. Tags: Eskdale & Wasdale "�" Things To Do By: Sally | Mar 30th 2011 – If you are planning to stay in any of the Lake District Cottages in Eskdale or Wasdale, this is what my suggested tick list would be for you to do (in no particular order): Tags: The Eskdale Corn Mill By: Sally | Mar 20th 2011 – The Eskdale Mill in the hamlet of Boot takes its water from the beautiful Whillan Beck, which runs down from Burnmoor Tarn, high on the fell below the imposing Scafell. Tags: Castlerigg Stone Circle At Keswick, The Lake District By: Sally | Mar 4th 2011 – Here"��s a brilliant thing to do in the Lake District if you have small children and don"��t want to put too much effort in. Tags: Half Term Family Activities In The Lake District – Keswick, Eskdale & Wasdale By: Sally | Feb 24th 2011 – There is plenty going on in the Lake District over half term this week. If you"��re staying in Lake District cottages in Keswick you might like to try one of the following that I"��ve picked out that seem of particular interest. Tags: Following The Seasons In The Lake District By: Sally | Jan 22nd 2011 – Everyone knows that the Lake District is beautiful. Each season has its own character, so no two visits would ever be the same. There is an abundance of self catering Lake District cottages to help enhance your visit. Here are some of our seasonal favourites… Tags: Lake District Cottages By: Toby Dicks | Dec 28th 2010 – If you wish to just get away from the monotony of urban life and are looking for one huge expanse of tranquil surroundings where nature is at its best then you cannot go wrong with your choice of the Lake District. Tags: The Ravenglass And Eskdale Steam Railway By: Sally | Dec 17th 2010 – The Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway (or La"��al Ratty) is the Lake District"��s oldest, longest miniature steam railway and undoubtably one of the most scenic railway journeys in Britain. Tags: Walk Around Loweswater By: Sally | Dec 17th 2010 – This is a spectacular walk with mountain views, grassy tracks, coniferous and deciduous woodlands, a lake and a pub. Tags: Lake District Breweries By: Sally | Dec 4th 2010 – I hear a rumour that there are 28 breweries in Cumbria. Certainly, I ran out of fingers AND toes listing the ones that come readily to mind! I tried to come up with a Top Ten from that fabulous long list, but I’m afraid it just wouldn’t get shorter than fourteen. Tags: Walk Around Bassenthwaite By: Sally | Nov 24th 2010 – This is a fabulous walk, not least because it takes in a good pub halfway round! Tags: Eskdale Walk – Stanley Ghyll By: Sally | Nov 19th 2010 – Short, medium or long? Your choice on these fine circuits of middle Eskdale, with combinations of about one, two, or three hours. Tags: Animal Magic In The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 16th 2010 – The Lake District has an amazing variety of animals and birds. Creatures that you never, or rarely, see anywhere else in the country are readily spotted here, as well as farm animals in abundance. Tags: Muncaster Castle By: Sally | Nov 13th 2010 – Muncaster Castle is one of the biggest attractions in the South Western Lake District and is a great day out in a stunning location, which is fascinating for adults and offers loads to do for children. Tags: Walk Around St John’s In The Vale By: Sally | Nov 13th 2010 – This is a circular walk of 2.5 – 3 hours. There are plenty of holiday cottages in the Lake District from which this walk is accessible. The walk starts at St John"��s in the Vale Church where you can park (ignore the sign that says "��unsuitable for cars"�� "�" it is bad after the church). Walk past the Dioc … Tags: Getting Away From The Crowds In The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 12th 2010 – The Lake District is, in my biased opinion, undoubtedly the most beautiful place in Britain. Soaring peaks, endless greenery, mirror-smooth lakes, wonderful wildlife, scary screes, romantic poetry, ancient history, country pubs and half a million sheep. There’s also no question that lots of people agree, and many of them ca … Tags: Christmas Capers In The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 12th 2010 – Santa on a steam train, a squirrel on a boat, an illuminated castle, lunch in a medieval hall and a party with Lady Gaga. The Lakes has its usual astonishing variety of Christmas entertainment, and the above is (nearly) all true! Tags: Stately Homes In The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 11th 2010 – Here in the Lake District and Cumbria our major buildings are different in character to those in many other parts of the country. Many started out as small castles, built here in the buffer region between more populous parts of England and marauding medieval Scots. Some were simple fortified towers, now built into private f … Tags: Churches Of The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 6th 2010 – The Lake District"��s churches are nothing like those found in other parts of the country. It has always had a small, static population, and as a result, the churches are usually tiny, with small graveyards providing the resting-place for generations of the same families. Tags: Dog Friendly Pubs In The Lake District By: Sally | Nov 4th 2010 – Cumbria is a great place for dogs. Wherever you go, you see visitors and pooches touring the Lake District. Whether it"��s racing up the fell, tugging the lead through town, running for the lake – always carrying an infeasibly large stick "�" or sitting nobly waiting for leftover sandwiches, this is dog country Tags: Top Ten Spas In The Lake District By: Sally | Oct 15th 2010 – Let the long autumn and winter ease by and indulge yourself at one of the local spas the lake District has to offer. We have reviewed our top ten spas to help you have a relaxing break. Tags: Self Catering In Windermere – The Greener Way By: jennyhicks | Oct 28th 2009 – Energy and environmental conservation shouldn"��t stop when travelling or going on holiday. Tags: 相关的主题文章: