Generations of visitors to the Lake District have fallen in love with it's soaring crags and panoramic vistas due to the works of one fell walking man, Alfred Wainwright. His pictorial walks all over the the area in the form of a series of guides, are world famous. With one stay in a Lake District bed and breakfasts, you can walk in the footsteps of Wainwright, Wordsworth, Keats, Potter and Ransome.
Its incredible beauty has left a lasting impression on the hearts and minds of all those who are lucky enough to have visited its high fells, rolling valleys, languid lakes, and historic monuments. Located in Cumbria, North West England, it has throughout British history attracted lovers of literature, the arts, and outdoor pursuits.
When many people think of The Lake District their minds are drawn to famous names such as Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth, and Thomas Grey, who was the first person in literary circles to bring the area to the attention of the world, with a journal of his Grand Tour in 1769.
William Wordsworth's poetry inspired by the beauty and natural simplicity of the area, are as evocative now as they were when he first penned them. Feel your own inspiration as you enjoy walks and other outdoor pursuits throughout the amazing scenery that makes up every part of this wonderful part of Northern Britain.
The most famous attraction within the Lake District is the Beatrix Potter Museum, beloved the world over for her sideways view of life in the area; where bunnies, hedgehogs and kittens all have their daily chores, smart bonnets, and tales to tell. With her purchase of Hill Top Farm she found herself at home, and never wanted to leave.
While visiting this wonderous national park why not take a relaxing cruise up lake windermere, regular trips throughout the summer months provide a unique perspective on what makes the Lake District so spectacular, the Lakes! Combine a boat trip with an invigorating walk on one of the many local footpaths allowing any enthusiastic tourist to see some of the best views and scenery in the UK.
Today the District is lovingly cared for, and naturally attracts many people to this literary and stunningly beautiful corner of England. As well as being able to visit the homes and buildings of historic interest to their literary giants, many people are also entranced by the Lake District for the sporting activity, which it promises.
There are so many delightful places to stay , and plenty of splendid bed and breakfasts await you with a warm welcome. The Lake District has drawn walkers, climbers, mountaineers, sailors, bird watchers, and wild life watchers to it's natural beauty for hundreds of years, and continues to be a focal point for outdoor pursuits.
You will find that many Lake District bed and breakfasts are charming and delightful, and will no doubt be situated in a spot of exceeding beauty, as there are so many locations of the utmost charm in the area.
Your hosts will be welcoming and charming, and your chosen accommodation will have everything you need for a fantastic stay. Most bed and breakfast accommodation in the Lake District will these days have free Wi-Fi Internet connection so you can check what's happening in the local area, and most importantly of all the weather reports.
If you are walking on the high fells it is important to wear the appropriate clothing, and take warm and dry clothing with you, as the weather can change very suddenly. After a long day of adventure, you'll find our selection of accommodation here the perfect place to rest, and relax. Take advantage of the fantastic en-suite facilities to relieve aching muscles, and look forward to a sound nights sleep in a peaceful location, and a very comfy bed.
Wake in your Lake District Accommodation to a stunning view and a hearty cooked breakfast, carefully prepared from the freshest locally sourced ingredients, or a continental breakfast, with lashings of tea, coffee and toast. A stay in one of the featured Lake District bed and breakfasts on this site is a delightful experience both for the heart and mind.
Walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest literary minds, and be inspired, as they were, by the magnificence that is the Lake District. Our web site features a selection of the best.
Lake District Bed and Breakfasts
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