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Stayin The Lake District
The number 1 holiday guide for The Lake District National Park & Cumbria
You can travel the world seeking beauty in a landscape, but many of the Lake District’s 14 million visitors each year believe you will struggle to find somewhere as breathtakingly exquisite as the relatively small corner of northwest England.
At its heart is a series of valleys cutting through an uplifted button of mountains. Our very concepts of what makes a region picturesque were forged here in the late 18th century and we’ve been returning as gaping tourists ever since. Here are the craggy mountains, the shining lakes, the Lake District cottages to die for, the sylvan woodlands. Here, too, is the graceful osprey, the noble red deer, the impossibly cute red squirrel; even the local Herdwick sheep seem to be part of the rocky pastures they frequent. But for all that, one of the Lakeland’s most appealing traits is the sheer variety of its landscapes.
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