The Wild Boar stocks an impressive collection of over 110 whiskies from all over the world. This month our Master of Malt, George, ventures to South Africa for the first time and discovers a very pleasing single grain whisky.
As the Rugby World Cup is starting on the 18th September 2015, this month we are going a little further afield and heading for South Africa. We are also going for a Single Grain Whisky rather than a Single Malt.
Continue reading “Malt of the Month – Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky”
There’s plenty of literature around these days that can make motorists feel that they are gas guzzling galumphs bent on desecrating the landscape. Especially in places of outstanding beauty like the Lake District. It’s refreshing, therefore, to find a publication that is dedicated simply to the wonder of what can be discovered when using bus, bicycle, boat and boots – without lashings of guilt trip on the side. Continue reading “Holiday Book Review – See More”
A wedding vow renewal ceremony is an opportunity for married couples to demonstrate that the vows they took, often many years previously, hold true to the present day. Sometimes it’s a way of marking a significant anniversary, perhaps to celebrate the wedding they never had or to acknowledge coming through one of life’s challenges together.
Continue reading “A Poignant Wedding Renewal at Low Wood Bay”
Our Master of Malt, George, stays on Islay for the second month in a row and samples his personal favourite Malt – Bunnahabhain. Continue reading “Malt of the Month – Bunnahabhain 12 year old”
English Lakes is pleased to sponsor the 117th Sheepdog Trials at Hill Farm, Ings on 6th August, an event that celebrates an important part of our local farming heritage. Continue reading “The Lake District Tradition of Sheep Dog Trials”
Low Wood Bay has a long, fruitful and continuing association with Ambleside Sports. As early as 1946, the then Manager became President and in 1979 our previous Chairman and Managing Director, Michael Berry, took the role and became a stalwart contributor, helping to make the event the tour de force it is today. Continue reading “Ambleside Sports – A Long Standing Lake District Tradition”
The Lake District has hundreds of miles of public footpaths, tracks and trails and hopefully a growing desire to make access easier for those using wheelchairs, mobility scooters or parents with buggies. We all have a right to enjoy the countryside. Here are five short walks which are accessible to all. Continue reading “5 Beautiful Pushchair and Wheelchair Accessible Walks in the Lake District”