I thought I would share a few photos taken on Thursday from our rooms and porch at Blenheim Lodge. My first thoughts on seeing those views were, ‘Wow!’ I hope you think so too. Take a close look at the photos as they follow each other. Notice that the final one looks rather bare of snow compared to the first one. The melting snow happened within the 20 minutes I took to shoot these photos. The snow had more or less melted. Gone!
The BBC predicted snowy conditions. Well, it did snow, but you can see the results above. Was it worth all the hullabaloo? I somehow feel not!
Friday and Saturday turned out beautifully, like a young person decked out in his or her best togs. I wish you were here to share this with us. But never fear, why not come and join us later this month to celebrate Valentine’s Day? This special day which celebrates romance falls at the weekend, which is the ideal time to get away from the hustle and bustle of a busy life to enjoy some relaxing ‘us time’ together. We are offering a complimentary box of handmade chocolate truffles to everyone who books a stay DIRECTLY with us, either through the BOOK NOW links on this blog or our website, or by email or phone (our contact details are at the bottom of this post).
We have late availability in rooms with lake and mountain views like you can see above, including rooms with romantic 4-poster and French Louis XV beds. Discounted Valentine’s Day weekend rates start from only £53.50 per person per night for bed and breakfast. And, if you are wanting to add a very special gift to that getaway, why not also book a massage and beauty treatment with a therapist to take place in your very own guest room? We have special offers for two nights B&B for a couple, including massage and beauty therapy treatment for one person, plus a free box of scrummy chocolate truffles from only £264 for the WHOLE weekend.
Look forward to meeting 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.’