It’s time to take a break to get away from it all!
If you feel like you need some peace and quiet in a friendly home from home where beautiful walks are on your doorstep and the blue waters of England’s largest lake beckon from ONLY 5 minutes’ walk from where your location, then do check us out at Blenheim Lodge. (For more about us, please visit https://www.facebook.com/BlenheimLodgeGuestHouse and https://www.instagram.com/blenheim_lodge/.
The beauty of the Lake District National Park never fails to amaze us even though we’ve lived here now for almost 20 years. Today, I looked out of our guest house and observed the tranquility of our surroundings as well as the gorgeous Autumn colours which accentuate this incredible place that we call home. As guests enter our home and guesthouse, this picture of the view from our porch is what they will see below.
I then went to one of our guest rooms to take a video from the room. It was The Eyrie, an en-suite single bedroom offering panoramic views of Lake Windermere and the fells. And here is a photo of it.
And here is the video of the the view I took today!
Blenheim Lodge is peacefully situated upon Brant Fell in Bowness on Windermere. The back of our guest house overlooks a small stand of woods on an open fell. Autumn brings such magical colour to this!
One of our guest bedrooms, The Dalesway, overlooks this pretty scenery. And, if one is lucky, one might just see wild deer in the woods.!
Are you considering a break to get away from it all this Autumn or Winter? Have you any questions you’d like to ask? Do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 015394 43440 to find out more. We’d be delighted to answer any questions you may have about how we are currently working – please see our Covid Protocols on our website under the About section: https://www.blenheim-lodge.com/covid-19/ – at Blenheim Lodge.
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.’