The first May Bank Holiday long weekend is almost upon us and we are enjoying lots of sunshine and beautiful long days, which a couple of our guests who left today commented upon. They could not believe how bright it remains here even though it is still only Springtime. As I write, I can see that the sun is still out at 7:20 pm, although it is a little obscured by evening cloud.
The Lake District is beautiful all year round, and May is a great time to come visit the Lakes. The Spring flowers are either budding or out, and the foliage looks young, fresh and green. All around, there is birdsong to accompany visitors on their peregrinations.
If you are looking for late availability accommodation in the Lake District this May Bank Holiday long weekend, why not come stay with us at Blenheim Lodge? We can promise you comfortable and pretty rooms with wonderful views of Lake Windermere and the mountains. Tuck into breakfasts that are freshly cooked to order each morning with ingredients that come straight from the local butcher and dairy.
Here are some photos of the rooms we still have available during this May Bank Holiday long weekend and the views from them.
If you need a breakaway, an escape from the daily hubbub of your life so that you can relax and rejuvenate those flagging spirits, why not come stay at Blenheim Lodge and enjoy your own little retreat? Come too to discover more of the lovely Lake District National Park. We are sure you will marvel at its magnificent scenery and succumb to the peace and tranquillity that it imparts.
So, if you are interested in taking some time out in the Lakes, why not give us a call or email us to discuss a break in the marvellous Lake District National Park? You could even book a getaway as a surprise for a romantic break with your other half. Go on; surprise him or her! We would love to welcome you and share this gorgeous region with you.
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.’