The Natural Beauty of the Lake District

The natural beauty of the Lake District

The natural beauty of the Lake District is a place dotted with mountains, valleys and lakes. With all this and more, it’s a perfect holiday destination for the people who want to re-connect with nature.

Why not combine the great outdoors of the Lake District with a stay in a hot tub spa suite in Windermere.

Each region of the Lake District is glorious in its own way. Enjoy the sight of lush green forests and valleys; you can spend some quality time relaxing by the water, take a gentle stroll around the lakes and appreciate the scenic beauty along the way.

Here are some of the most popular views in the natural beauty of the Lake District.

Wasdale Head from Wastwater:

This breath-taking view was voted Britain’s favourite view in 2007. Many people visit Wastwater due to its evocative appeal with England’s highest mountain (Scafell Pike) hiding away in the background.

Bassenthwaite Lake from Dodd wood:

The country’s rarest bird ‘’the Osprey’’ has been nesting on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake for many years. If you are lucky enough then you can catch a glimpse of an Osprey catching fish, swirling overhead as well as quenching their thirst in the water. This is the only official lake in the Lake District.

Towards the Jaws of Borrowdale from Friar’s Crag:

Take a stroll alongside Derwentwater, one of the loveliest lakes in the Lake District, blanketed by old pine trees with stunning landscapes.

Haystacks from the shores of Buttermere:

The Lake District’s greatest champion Alfred Wainwright admitted Haystacks inspired him more than any other view. If luck is on your side, you may also spot red squirrels on the right side of the lake (Sour Milk Ghyll). This land of blues and greens will help you relax and enjoy nature at its best.

Ullswater from the ferry:

If you love photography, you are guaranteed to get a perfect shot of the scenery around Ullswater. When you take a boat ride around the lake, you will notice an ever-changing panorama without moving from your seat.

Grasmere from the Fairy café:

Colourful wooden rowing boats are waiting for you in front of the Fairy Café to take you on an extraordinary ride across Grasmere. As the saying goes: ‘’When in Rome, do as the Romans do’’ so hire a boat and row around the lake as Wordsworth did as a young boy.

Rydal Water from the wooden bench:

When you are looking for peace and quiet, there is a wooden bench overlooking Rydal Water with stunning views. Many legendary stories have been associated with this place and it is easily accessible.

Where to stay in the natural beauty of the Lake District:

After rambling through the lakes, why not book into a spa hotel or hot tub suite in Windermere which offers the best of both the worlds. If you are looking for a romantic break book into a spa suite or honeymoon suite with hot tub in Windermere!

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