It’s early summer and already there are reports within the tourism industry of an increase in bookings and demand. The word “staycation” has definitely been the buzz word in the last few weeks since the referendum vote. Uncertainty regarding travel, the tumbling pound and extra checks at airport, ferry terminals and train stations have altered the summer holiday choices for many Britain’s. So it’s no surprise Telegraph Travel have produced a comprehensive guide this July to British hotels for summer.
It’s now Britain’s turn to shine with couples, friends and families enjoying a summer holiday here. Yes the sun isn’t guaranteed but areas such as the Lake District and Cumbria offer so much more than a beach holiday does. There are mountains, lakes, activities, adventure, culture, a diverse choice of places to eat and now some of the best food you’ll experience in the whole of the North West. Let’s not forget the miles of coastline with sandy beaches too for making sand castles, eating ice cream and long leisurely walks, it really has the best of all worlds.
But all in all, each of the hotels and most definitely Brimstone are beautiful hotels to visit at any time of the year come rain, cold or shine. The Brimstone suites have log burners to keep you warm when it’s cold, wellies to borrow when raining, hiking gear for all weather and the ever changing Lake District scenarios as well as intelligent air conditioning to keep you cool in the summer.
Rooms from £250 and book 30 days or more in advance and receive a 20% discount. These luxury Lake District hotel suite at Brimstone can only be booked direct via 015394 38062 or http://www.brimstonehotel.co.uk