Exploring the Lake District

A Paradise of breath-taking lakes, soaring mountains, picturesque valleys and even sandy coastlines - the Lake District attracts over 16 million visitors each year.

Some of the most popular and scenic places to explore if you are planning to stay in a Lake District hot tub cottage include:

Coniston water

Coniston is an ideal place to have a great family day out. Sail together on a five mile long and half a mile wide lake with a wonderful view of the mountain of the Old Man of Coniston which makes up the backdrop. Visit the beautiful gardens of John Ruskin’s home and the Ruskin Museum to experience the history of the Lakes.


If you are planning to visit Windermere then you might think to extend your trip to a few days more because the lovely walks and marvellous attractions will leave you mesmerized with their picturesque beauty. Some of the must-see attractions are Lake Windermere, the World of Beatrix Potter, Bowness-on-Windermere, Aquarium of the Lakes and much more.

Luxury Windermere cottages for 2 are among the most sought after accommodation in the Lakes.


The Lake District has a fair share of natural scenery for nature lovers and Ullswater is the perfect spot to spend the day surrounded by stunning mountains, boasting dramatic views. Ullswater, Glenridding, Patterdale, Pooley Bridge, Howtown, Kirkstone Pass, Martindale and Dacre are some of the top attractions in and around Ullswater.

Langdale Valley

If you are an adventure lover, there are countless breath-taking valleys, camping hotspots and numerous walking routes in the Langdale Valley.

The North Lakes

Tucked away in the National Park’s north-west, visit the most peaceful lakes of the Lake District. Explore and experience the unexpected by visiting Crummock Water, Loweswater, Buttermere and Buttermere Village, Honister Pass and Bassenthwaite Lake. Take your time to discover some of the most beautiful scenery in the Lake District.


The Lake District overwhelms many visitors and its attractions appeal to everyone. No visit is complete without visiting Derwentwater; become immersed in nature by soaking up the views of mountains, amazing valleys and lovely villages. Some of the popular places to visit are the lake of Derwent water, Keswick, Borrowdale, Seatoller, Bassenthwaite and Thirlmere.


Nestled in Wasdale to the west of the National Park, Wastwater is England’s deepest lake. Explore some of the most scenic parts by visiting Wasdale Head, Nether Wasdale, Eskdale, Ravenglass and Ennerdale Water.

If you are looking to explore the Lake District, why not book into a romantic and luxurious Windermere cottage with hot tub and whirlpool bath for two to make the most of your time in this beautiful part of England?

Be ready to get swept away by its Joie de Vivre and experience the wonderland that is the Lake District!