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Things to know about the Lake District National Park
Holiday rentals amongst England’s finest Mountains, Lakes and Valleys
The Lake District: England’s largest national park, home to England’s highest peaks and a hotbed for countless visitors from all over the British Isles. Located in the county of Cumbria just to the south of the Scottish border, the lake district is accessible by bus, car and train from throughout the UK – to discover some of the picturesque valleys and meadows, it is recommendable to explore the area by car and discover incredible landscapes to take your breath away. With some of the most spectacular mountains, long valleys and of course, the most majestic lakes England has to offer,
there is no wonder why the Lake District has a great reputation among British holiday makers. The region’s north is dominated by the tranquil northern lakes with the centre featuring the stunning Lake Wast Water surrounded by the region’s highest mountains including Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain at just under 1,000metres. Lake Windermere, the largest lake in England lies further south. The Lake District is a particularly great destination for families, keen walkers, excited climbers and people with pets. Dogs run around freely in endless fields and nature and feel truly alive.
Staggering Landscapes and a whole range of Great Activities to try out in the Lake District
Due to its fascinating landscape, the Lake District caters for a whole range of activities for various holiday makers to enjoy. Those with wanderlust will feel perfectly at home here – the Lake District is famous for containing some of the best opportunities for walking and trekking throughout the whole of England with stunning trails leading over mountains and through valleys – great views are available from every vantage point. As the National Park is home to some 21 great lakes, there are many water based activities to choose from and enjoy – from competitive rowing, a relaxing canoeing trip to boat tours.
Swimmers will relish the chance to swim in great lakes and feel at one with nature – it is advisable however to take this opportunity in the summer months. The north of England is renowned for its cold dark winters, whereas summers can be surprisingly pleasant and create truly glorious swimming conditions. The winter season in Lake District can prove a paradise for walkers however; With regular snow showers dusting the peaks with a white coating, views prove absolutely spectacular from the base and summit of the mountains over white frost covered valleys and tranquil lakes. It is advisable to wrap up warm and bring suitable equipment however, it is wise never to underestimate how quickly the weather can turn!
Top 5 Tips in the Lake District
1. England’s highest peak of, “Scafell Pike” standing at 978 metres lies in the heart of the Lake District, providing stunning views from its summit over the area. With many walking routes to the top, why not trek up to the summit and experience some of the most glorious views England has to offer!
2. With a close proximity to Scotland, why not visit the legendary remains of Hadrian’s Wall which lie just to the north of the Lake District, with many other Roman landmarks lying on the Cumbrian coast to the west of the Lake District. With a close proximity by car and bus, history enthusiasts will have a field day.
3. If you are a keen mountain walker or trekker and want to improve your skills and knowledge in the mountains, why not take part on one of the many guided tours available! Here you will get the opportunity to improve your map reading and navigation skills, essential health and safety knowledge needed for walking in the mountains as well as experiencing an all-round top day out on the peaks.
4. To explore one of the great lakes up close, why not take a cruise on Lake Windermere! Find yourself on England’s largest lake and view the spectacular feeling of being surrounded by majestic mountains whilst floating peacefully on lake cruise.
5. If you enjoy the thrill of exposure and a more challenging walk, the mountain of Helvellyn with its twin ridges might be right up your street. This mountain features a rockier terrain, steep drops either side of its ridges and a picturesque lake located near its summit. These ridges are deserved hotspots for walkers and hikers all over the country.
Fantastic rentals and lettings available with Holidu in the Lake District
With a large variety of cottages, lodges and holiday lettings available throughout the Lake District, why not discover the most beautiful mountainous landscapes England has to offer with the biggest lakes, the biggest mountains and the longest most picturesque valleys. Book online with Holidu today and choose accommodation with the amount of rooms you want,
child friendly facilities, pet friendly facilities, good proximity to local towns with cosy pubs, internet access, a dishwasher and many more features with Holidu’s simple search engine. With a whole variety of great landscapes to discover and activities to relish, there is a side to the Lake District to suit everyone. Book online today and explore England at its best!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in the Lake District
Our data shows that the Lake District has an average price of £161.03 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in the United Kingdom.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If you seek to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit the Lake District are November (£136.72 the average price per night for accommodation), March (£140.94), and February (£144.67).When are holiday rentals more expensive in the Lake District?
When you look at renting a holiday letting in the Lake District, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £197.98 per night), followed by July (£178.89), and June (£172.62).Is the Lake District a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting this Lake District, as only 21% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.When are more holiday lettings available?
The best months to find free accommodation in the Lake District are March (the average amount of properties that are available reached 50% of the total in 2019), January (37.75%), and November (34.4%).When are there fewer rental options available in the Lake District?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in the Lake District are, in order, September (with 7.75% of available rentals), August (7.8%), and July (8.25%).How many holiday rentals are there in the Lake District?
Holidu has around 4300 properties in the Lake District, offered by 20 different partners.