The Lake District is looking absolutely stunning just now – blue skies and lovely weather that is just right for exploring the Lakes.
Birds call cheerily even as I type up this Blog post. Meanwhile, Horatio is snoozing to the sound of near silence in the stillness of the air, interrupted only by said birdsong. Are you looking for a LAZY BREAK AWAY? If so, come visit the Lakes, and you’ll have found your dream place!
We have some last minute availability for Bed and Breakfast accommodation at Blenheim Lodge this weekend. Prices range from £70 per night for a single en-suite room, and from £108 per night for a double en-suite room. All bedrooms available this weekend overlook Lake Windermere and the fells, so get ready for some beautiful views from your windows! We also have a couple of 4-Poster bedrooms available for that special cocooned feeling!
Everything is open during May Bank Holiday long weekend – shops, restaurants, pubs, and other services. Door to door tours are available as well if you prefer us to help you organise a convenient means of discovering the Lakes. Otherwise, guests can coordinate their own bus trips and/or cruises on various lakes. Windermere – England’s largest lake – is only a 5-minute walk from our front door at Blenheim Lodge. Meanwhile, pretty fell walks literally border the back of our AA 4-Star guest house.
For more information about what we have to offer, or to book accommodation with us, please visit us at www.blenheim-lodge.com where you can book B&B at cheaper DIRECT BOOKING prices. Alternatively, please use the details at the bottom of this post and call or email us for more information or simply click on the BOOK NOW button at the top right hand side of any one of our web pages, which will take you to our DIRECT BOOKING platform.
Look forward to meeting and sharing this lovely National Park 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.’