The Lakes Setting
Holidays and breaks have been taken in the Lake District since before Roman Times, due to its beautiful scenery and a great literary and cultural heritage. Lakeland boasts many places to visit and explore so there will always be a wide variety of activities to take part in, with its Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth connections, picturesque villages and spectacular views. Whether you choose to visit in winter or summer, autumn or spring, you will be able to explore and appreciate the beautiful landscape and its changing colours with the seasons. The perfect antidote to hectic modern life.
The Lake District is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the United Kingdom, with high peaks and dazzling lakes, there is so much to see and do. Lindeth Howe sits in the heart of the National Park overlooking the largest lake in the country, Lake Windermere. Guests can sit on the sun terrace and enjoy afternoon tea or a glass of wine and relish in what the Lake Country has to offer. Bowness-on-Windermere, often referred to as the heart of the Lake District, is only a short walk away. Here you can enjoy the many attractions and shops or take a cruise across Lake Windermere to other popular areas such as Hawkeshead, Ambleside and Lakeside.
Pictured Below – Rydal Water in the Winter.