About the Lake District in Winter
Winter package breaks in the Lake District are great if you’re looking to pick up a bargain. After all, having recently been given UNECO World Heritage status, Cumbira’s famous national park is as popular as ever.
The Lake District provides over 900 square miles of beautiful British countryside. In the summer of course, tourists flock to Cumbria in their 1000’s. However, visiting in the winter is ideal if you wish you to avoid the crowds.
You do of course have to wrap up warm, when visiting the Lake District in Winter. Make sure you also pack some sensible footwear for your country walks. Hiking boots are highly recommended along with waterproof clothing and a change of clothes. After all, no matter what the forecast, it’s best to cover all basis during this time of year.
Winter Package Breaks in the Lake District
Staying at our private boutique cottage in Windermere you can still enjoy the facilities of Aphrodites Lodge Hotel. Alternatively if you decide to book a spa suite in the main hotel this winter, take advantage of our winter pamper package. Available as an add on with any spa suite, where for just £99.99 you can enjoy some fantastic Windermere beauty treatments.
The add on includes a 30 minute warming candle massage per guest, along with a 30 minute facial. Not only that, but there will be a bottle of prosecco and romantic heart shaped chocolates upon your arrival.
This special winter spa package is available now until March 2019. Pre-book as part of any reservations when staying in the Lake District between Sunday and Thursday.
What to do in the Lake District in Winter
If however you are staying in a boutique cottage in Windermere, you don’t have to spend all the time snuggled up in front of the fire. You can experience the beautiful countryside first hand. Those crisp morning strolls across the fells, or watch the mist rise across the lake with Windermere Lake Cruises.
Many of the main attractions in the Lake District are open all year. The World of Beatrix Potter, Lakeland Motor Museum, the Ruskin Museum in Coniston or the Aquarium are all perfect ideas. Especially in the winter months when the unpredictable weather can start to put a damper on your original plans for the day.
Where to stay in the Lake District
Rose Cottage is a
The large bathroom has its own whirlpool bath, plus there’s even a separate relaxation room. As for the bedroom, enjoy both a good night’s sleep and relaxing start to the day. You can even entertain guests in the open plan kitchen dining room, before heading straight back to the hot tub.
Book a romantic spa break in the Lake District at your own private spa cottage.