Lake District Residential & Holiday Parks
Park Homes, Holiday Homes - Caravans, Lodges and Touring around the Lake District
The Lake District is long established as one of the UK's favourite holiday destinations. Popular throughout the year, the Lakes has a wide choice of camping sites, quirky glamping villages, caravan parks and luxury lodges to buy and rent. With it's inspiring views across the hills & lakes and the wide open spaces, the Lake District has been a favourite for family holidays and romantic breaks for couples for generations.
Equally famous for it's hospitality as it's scenery, visits to Keswick, Grasmere and Hawkshead are a must and of course you'll be arranging trips to as many of the 16 lakes in the Lake District as possible. A stroll around Bassenthwaite or a boat trip on England's largest lake, Windemere will be a highlight of any visit. Be sure to pack your walking boots and a sense of adventure and head to Scafell Pike to take on England's highest peak Scafell Pike to really fell as though you've earned that superb dinner out in one of the Lake District's many superb pubs and restaurants.
Families have been returning to The Lake District for their summer holidays for generations. With increasingly comfortable holiday caravans and larger lodges, both with hot tubs, a self-catering holiday in The Lakes can be taken at any time of year with this unique landscape changing with the seasons.
The Lakes' sense of adventure makes it perfect for camping and glamping breaks with quirky accommodation from pods to two-storey safari tents being ideal for romantic escapes and as a holiday base to make treasured memories for years to come.
A UNESCO World Heitage site, the Lake District National Park contains 16 lakes with the largest and most popular being Windermere. Only one, Bassenthwaite Lake, is officially a lake by name, the others are meres or waters.
Ullswater Boat Tour
Ullswater ‘Steamers’ is an award winning operator of cruises on England’s most beautiful lake. Running 363 days a year, the cruises connect to some of the most famous and iconic walking routes along the shore. i
Explore the wide, green space around Sizergh with its ancient woodland, traditional farms and abundance of wildlife. Discover stunning views across the countryside from the viewpoint at Helsington Barrows, or keep your eyes peeled for wetland birds from the hide at Park End Moss.A medieval castle, gateway to the Lake District, and family home. Which remains lived in to this day by the Strickland family.
Reasonably straightforward climb with wonderful views over Rydal Water and Grasmere Lake. The walk starts in the centre of Grasmere and follows country lanes and good footpaths to the 335 m (1,099 ft) summit.
Windermere is a long thin lake in the centre of the Lake District. At 10.5 miles long, one mile wide and 220 feet deep, it is the largest natural lake in England.