Holiday accommodation in the Cumbria the Lake District by:Lucy Lewis
The Lake District is a fantastic place to stay in Britain, not only is there spectacular lakes and mountains but there are plenty of attractions and things to do. It is a walkers, bikers and adventure seeking paradise. Accommodation in Cumbria can suit all needs and budgets, you could choose to go camping, or a cosy self-catering cottages or even stay in the extensive hotels. There are many attractions around Cumbria, which will suit all needs. For children there is lots of excellent museums including the pencil museum, which is famous for the longest pencil in the world, there is also quiz trails for the children if you fancy a sneaky coffee in the onsite coffee shop. There are many gardens, historical castles and cathedrals to explore for those rainy days. The list is never ending of things to do and places to go in Cumbria the Lake district. There is fantastic wildlife centres which include the Eden Ostrich world and the lakes aquarium, and if that doesn't catch your fancy there is always the arts and crafts house which overlooks the beautiful lake Windermere.
If you have never been to the Lake District there are many options on where to stay, even if you have been there before and you fancy something different. Whether it will be the fantastic hotels, a cosy home from home self-catering accommodation, or camping and caravanning parks. Cumbria has much to offer in the fantastic and tranquil environment, which will take your breath away with the excellent scenery.
It is England's biggest National Park, with 12 of the largest lakes, one of them being Lake Windermere which is 219 metres deep and is England's largest lake. Imagine waking up every morning to birds singing, squirrels outside your door, the warm air, flowing lakes, wildlife and not forgetting breathtaking scenery. I guarantee you will have a fantastic time at Cumbria Lake district, with so many things to do for all the family, you are bound to find something to suit every age or interest, whether that would be cycling, exploring, walking, bird watching or just basically to have a relaxing break in a peaceful and tranquil environment. Go on be "at one with nature"
For more information on the accommodation on offer in Cumbria please visit: http://www.stayinbritain.co.uk
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Lucy Lewis is new at writing articles, with her charming and inquisitive mind she wants to explore the literacy world in a whole different light. So watch out for further articles.