The Lake District is truly one of those places on Earth that looks beautiful all year round. Despite the anomalies of the current Autumn weather, where it can rain one minute and shine in the next, there can be no gainsaying that the scenery in the Lake District National Park never fails to amaze its residents and sightseers by its sheer loveliness. So, in today’s post, I would like to share some photos of the Lake District in Autumn time.
First of all, let’s begin with Lake Windermere at sunrise. Blenheim Lodge overlooks Lake Windermere, so if our guests were to wake up early enough, they could potentially view some spectacular sunrises over Lake Windermere and its surrounding fells.
Tarn Hows is arguably one of the most picturesque bodies of water in the Lake District. Once owned by Beatrix Potter, ‘the Tarn Hows area originally contained three much smaller tarns, Low Tarn, Middle Tarn and High Tarn. . . . By 1899 Tarn Hows was already an important beauty spot. H.S. Cowper mentions “Tarn Hows, beloved by skaters in winter and picnic parties in summer.’ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarn_Hows)
As morning paves the way to a glorious Autumn afternoon, here is a photo of Crummock Water, situated in the northern Lakes. Visitors may hire rowing boats to enjoy a peaceful day on the water and even fish the Lake.
Just before twilight, sunsets set the stunning Lake District scenery ablaze. Despite mist and cloud, it is impossible to ignore the grandeur of Lakeland’s fells.
If you are guests at our Bed and Breakfast, Blenheim Lodge, why not return to your home from home to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet at our guest house? We have set up some great discounts off our low season rates, so do take advantage of them for a getaway anytime of the week. You will find a warm welcome here!
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.’