At English Lakes, we enjoy recommending local activities and events to visitors from around the world. For those wanting to explore the heritage of the Lake District, we’ve put together a list of five of our favourite heritage days out.
Looking for suggestions for family activities in the Lake District over the Easter holidays. Here’s a few we’ve selected for you …
A special day in the English Lakes calendar, 24th March was when we announced the winners of our 2016 Employees of the Year. Directors and nominees attended a beautiful lunch at Lancaster House, eager to have the winners of seven different categories, including the prestigious MRWB Award, announced. A short citation taken from the nominations was read, and the winners received certificates and champagne.
On Mother’s Day, Mums are presented with flowers, choccies, perfume or sometimes a thoughtful personalised gift. Don’t get me wrong, any and every gift is cherished, especially the glitter-laden home-made card. However, research has shown, and I can testify to most of these in various seasons of life, that the most-wanted list is really quite simple …
Children, fathers, take note! Continue reading “Five things Mums Really Want for Mother’s Day!”
Photographer, Lisa Aldersley, tells moving stories through her camera lens and has a gift of capturing intimate moments of connection between family and friends. Weddings are something of a speciality for Lisa and she loves the opportunity to express in an image, the natural, spontaneous and tangible emotions that are the hallmark of every couple’s big day.
Here, Lisa gives us a little peak at one of her memorable Wild Boar weddings.
We love to share the stories of The Wild Boar’s Brides and Grooms. Nicky and Gareth’s wedding brought together so many elements to ensure that their day was truly unique, making the most of all that the Inn has to offer. Here they write poignantly about how they met and about their big day. Continue reading “Real Wedding: Nicky and Gareth’s Perfect Lake District Day”
Spring is nature’s way of waking up from sleepy hibernation, and don’t we all need to shake ourselves awake from cosy winter repose? Colour-bursts of new life in the Lake District and Lancashire showcase the vibrant hue of deep-pile carpets of bluebells, Wordsworth’s beloved sun-glow daffodils and fresh green of woodlands putting on their new clothes.