A Lakeland Spring

Sunday 23rd - Saturday 29th April 2017

£685pp

7 days, 6 night(s)

Deposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £26.50pp
Single supplement: £60

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Overview

Following a successful first visit to The Inn on the Lake in 2016, we are delighted to be returning to this stylish Hotel on Ullswater, surrounded by some of the finest views in the Lakes. While we may be a little late to enjoy the ‘hosts of golden daffodils’, this tour will show you some of the best scenery that Cumbria has to offer.

Your Holiday Hotel

The 4-star Inn on the Lake enjoys one of the most spectacular settings in the Lake District, with lawns sweeping to the shores of Ullswater. The Hotel was awarded ‘Cumbria Tourism Large Hotel of the Year’ in 2013 and prides itself on courteous and friendly service. The Lounge Bar has stunning lake views, perfect for a coffee, pre-dinner drink or night cap. Thereare 47 bedrooms with hospitality tray, hair dryer, telephone, free Wi-Fi and Freeview TV. Some rooms look towards the mountains and fells and others over the ever changing Lake. There is a lift to all floors.

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Location (Cumbria)

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Itinerary

(DAY 1) Sunday 23rd April

Once everyone is on board the coach we will drive through the Midlands and Lancashire. The final leg of the journey takes us over the Cumbrian fells and along the shore of Ullswater to our Hotel in Glenridding.

(DAY 2) Monday 24th April

A short drive brings us to Dalemain. This historic house and garden is a haven of tranquillity and has been the home of the Hasell family for eleven generations. After our guided tour we continue to Keswick, capital of the northern Lakes.

(DAY 3) Tuesday 25th April

Today we enjoy a full day excursion to Hexham, a charming market town in Northumberland with cobbled streets and a medieval abbey. Later we follow the line of Hadrian’s Wall, one of only a few places in the UK to have been granted World Heritage status.

(DAY 4) Wednesday 26th April

Rhegedis one of Lakeland’s newest visitor attractions. Home to shops selling local delicacies, outdoor clothing, books and Cumbrian arts and crafts, Rheged is housed in an awardwinning grass-covered building near Penrith. We continue to Hutton-in-the-Forest, the historic home of Lord and Lady Inglewood, with a wide variety of architectural styles from the 17th century to the present day.

(DAY 5) Thursday 27th April

We make our way over the winding Kirkstone Pass and visit the Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole. You can take a stroll around the grounds to the shore of Windermere and enjoy the displays in the house. We will stop for lunch in Grasmere, where William Wordsworth is buried in the churchyard alongside his wife and family. You can take the opportunity to try some of Sarah Nelson’s famous Gingerbread, a Lakeland speciality. We return via Thirlmere, withviews of some of the highest peaks in the Lake District.

(DAY 6) Friday 28th April

A day to relax at our Hotel and enjoy the surroundings. There are plenty of walks available, from a gentle stroll beside the Lake to the arduous ascent of Helvellyn, England’s highest mountain. There is a boat service around Ullswater and to the waterfall at Aira Force.

(DAY 7) Saturday 29th April

We set off for home after breakfast, with happy memories of our holiday in the Lake District, and reach Sussex late afternoon for taxis to your door.