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Lovely Lake District

The Lake Dsitrict, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to one of England's most beautiful natural landsacpes; full of towering fells and great, glassy lakes, it's no wonder that this region has been inspiring artists and writers for centuries. Discover the serene beauty of the lakes with a boat trip on Lake Windermere or hike up the highest mountain in England, Scafell Pike. 

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Day 1 - Windermere
The largest in the Lake District, the beautiful Lake Windermere is surrounded by quaint villages and beautiful walks. Visit the wonderfully preserved 18th century house and gardens of poet William Wordsworth or head to the village of Hawkshead to see the home of beloved children's author, Beatrix Potter.
Lake Windermere
Day 2 - Derwentwater
The ten-mile path around the shores of Derwentwater is one of the most tranquil and beautiful walking routes in the Lake District. Spend a day doing the whole circuit or choose a section and enjoy the peace and stunning views. Venture farther from the water's edge to visit the astonishing Castlerigg stone circle.
Derwentwater
Day 3 - Bassenthwaite
Located next to Bassenthwaite Lake is the fantastic Lakes Distillery. The largest distiller in England, producing a whole range of quality spirits from malt whisky to brilliant English gins and vodkas, the LAkes Distillery is a great day out! Enjoy a tour of the distillery, which is housed in a converted Victorian farm, before dining at the award-winning bistro restaurant.
The Lakes Distillery
Day 4 - Ullswater
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful spots in the whole Lake District, Ullswater is the location which inspired Wordsworth's famous "daffodils" poem. A brilliant way to explore Ullswater is to take a trip around the lake on a classic steamer and hop off to explore the surrounding sights, like the village of Pooley Bridge or the Aira Force waterfall.
Ullswater Steamer
Day 5 - Food glorious food!
Like most people in the North of England, the people of the Lake District love their food and proudly produce some of the finest meals in the country. Many of the dining establishments practice a farm to table philosophy, using the finest local produce to create exceptional seasonal dishes. One thing's for sure, whether you stop off at a humble pub or splash out at a Michelin-star restaurant, you're bound to be served a delicious dinner! Ask us for recommendations.
Sheep grazing above Lake Windermere

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