The Langdale 4 star Hotel & Spa have launched a new competition #HolidayMyWay. Show the Langdael team how you holiday in the Lake District by posting a picture via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hash tag #HolidayMyWay and be in with a chance of winning cocktails at the super tasty new Stove Restaurant at the hotel.
After the success and so many stunning images posted by people earlier this year in the #LangdaleAdventure competition I association with Berghaus, it seemed another great way to showcase and celebrate and shout about the Lake District and especially during this week, July 25 – 31 for National Parks Week.
Stove the new restaurant and bar on the Langdale Estate is a multi-functional space with difference rooms, interior design and features. Throughout though it serves delicious, locally sourced and seasonal food and the cocktails are a delight. Combine your winning cocktails with dinner sampling some of the finest seafood or perhaps the signature lamb shoulder, a sharing dish for 2 and one of the most popular items on the menu.
If you haven’t booked your #HolidayMyWay break at the Langdale Hotel & Spa in the Lake District yet then do it now, there’s never a better cocktail-tastic time to do stay!
Bowness on Windermere is where the majority of people stay when visiting the area surrounding Lake Windermere. It is the largest settlement and has the biggest choice of facilities of any location on the edge of England’s largest natural lake.
But big and busy doesn’t float everyone’s boat (arghhh, sorry!!!), cross over the lake to the western shore and discover a whole new world. The western shore is the gateway to the places such as Hawkshead, Coniston and Near & Far Sawrey – the home of Beatrix Potter and accessibility couldn’t be easier. The Windermere Ferry operates 365 days a year from Ferry Nab at Bowness directly across the lake to Ferry House and accommodates pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and motor vehicles.
The western shore not only has Hill Top, the home and gardens of Beatrix Potter but also woodland and fell walks, a distinctive slower pace of life with quieter roads and some excellent, off road cycle routes perfect for the whole family. This year the facilities have increased further with the renovation and conversion of part of the Claife Heights viewing station into “The Cafe in the Courtyard”. Only homemade and local produce is served and a great stop off before heading out further west operated by The Lakes Catering Company in conjunction with The National Trust.
Overnight accommodation and evening meals can be found at the Cuckoo Brow Lake District Inn and B&B at Far Sawrey. The inn has an electric bike charging point, welcomes walkers and families and has a large car park. It makes a great base for exploring any one of the areas mentioned above and enables as car free a holiday as possible. Rooms from £77 per room B&B based on 2 sharing or family rooms from £140 B&B based on 2 adults and 2 children.