I am thrilled that the weather in the Lake District has now reached a comfortable degree of temperature – not too hot and not cold. The sun continues to shine brightly although we did have a little rain earlier on. It is the type of soft summer weather, only hotter, that the Lake District is famous for.
As I write, I can see the flowers in our flower boxes in full bloom. The lake looks like it is moving with tiny rills caused by a small breeze. The air is nice and fresh, and the quietness and peace that surrounds our guest house retreat feels complete.
Today I spoke with a video maker regarding making a video of some of our surroundings. We have already made a video of our guest house which you can see here, www.facebook.com/BlenheimLodgeGuestHouse, but I thought it might be a nice idea to make one of the area so that people can get a sense of where our guest house is situated. Our location in the Lake District is really convenient for amenities whilst being incredibly well situated for a relaxing Lake District break.
The lovely weather means that walking and other activities are a pleasure to undertake. Just at the back of Blenheim Lodge are 4 view points: Biskey Howe; School Knott; Post Knott; and Brantfell (the summit). The walks and romantic trails and glades that lead up to these view points are pretty in themselves, but the views from them are truly stunning. Post Knott and Brantfell have 360-degree views.
We have last minute accommodation available at Blenheim Lodge Guest House, so if you are looking to spend a few days in the area, please do not hesitate to book us online using the link on our website or on this blog, or feel free to telephone us instead. Do come and enjoy this gorgeous scenery with us. And let us extend warm hospitality to you. We are sure that you will love this area as much all those who have waxed lyrical about the Lakes have done!
Blenheim Lodge . . . panoramic Lake views, peace and tranquillity, nestled against acres of beautiful fields and woodlands, in the heart of the English Lake District National Park.’