There are a couple of reasons as to why tourists should spend their time in the Lake District this winter. This part of England is covered by a vast national park that is carved by glaciers that date back to 15,000 years ago. It also has four mountains that are over 3,000 feet tall including the tallest mountain in the whole of England.
The most captivating view of the Lake District is the lakes and tarns. It holds over 50 lakes including England’s biggest and deepest lakes.
One of the activities tourists do while in the Lake District include running. If one is a runner or wants to enjoy a run, he or she can choose to visit one of the many hotels that connects to a network of trails for them to enjoy an inspirational run. This can be the perfect activity for team building. Some of the other team building activities that people can enjoy include; archery and kayaking.
Tourists also enjoy visiting the Top Lake District Hotels on the water that avail golf and have a children’s outdoor area. Thus, tourists with families can have a good time together. The most ideal restaurants for tourists to visit during the New Year eve in Lake District include those that are pet friendly. This includes pets like dogs and cats. A pet friendly hotel will most likely be kept clean not to offend clients who do not prefer staying in the same room with animals.
The Lake District is said to be the most densely populated national park. However, there are no large towns and cities or main roads that pass through the District. The gateway Top Lake District Hotels on the water that are near the M6 Motorway include;
- Kendal restaurants
- Hotels in Penrith
- Carlisle Hotels
However, tourists visit Keswick hotels and Windermere which are the largest towns in the Lake District and they have good facilities to shop and access information about the area and accommodation. Some of the principal lakes that many tourists travel to enjoy the beautiful scenery include the Victorian pleasure grounds and the Wastwater located at the foot of the Scafell Pike. Therefore, tourists can travel to Windermere, Ullswater hotels and Coniston Water for the perfect experience.
Fell walking is also another activity that folks can enjoy while in the Lake District. The term fell comes from the Old Norse fjall meaning a mountain. Fell walking is a popular leisure activity in the Lake District. Some of the prime places people travel to enjoy this activity is around the hills of Keswick and the Derwentwater since they are a bit modest. They have a couple of hundred feet upwards and then a scrambling hiking place before one arrives at the top of Scafell Pike. The Lakeland fells are bare and they preside over the U shaped valleys. The main reward of fell walking is the breathtaking views. Some of the best mountains for fell walking include Helvellyn and Kirkstone. For those people who do not enjoy walking and would like to enjoy the beautiful view of the fell mountains indoors, they can book for rooms in restaurants that have a clear fell view.