As English Lakes guests arrive for our glittering 2016 New Year celebrations around the group – sumptuous banquets, champagne on ice, piper piping, decorations all a sparkle, fireworks across the lake – take a thought for those around the world that will be celebrating in less salubrious style … Continue reading “Five Strange New Year Traditions from Around the World!”
We join Lancaster House Head Chef, Damien Ng and Food & Beverage Manager, Gary Tennant, as they get out and about on the three Lancashire Cheese Trails – Crumbly, Tasty and Creamy. Three beautiful walks in the Lancashire countryside along which the culinary duo called in at a number of artisan cheesemakers, sharing some of Damian’s recipes and gathering inspiration for future Lancaster House menus. Continue reading “Lancaster House follow the Crumbly Cheese Trail”
Lancaster House Head Chef, Damien Ng and Food and Beverage Manager, Gary Tennant, decided to get out on the Cheese Trail in search of the perfect local cheeses to incorporate in Lancaster House menus. Continue reading “Lancaster House Go on the Trail for Cheese, Glorious Cheese!”
Lancaster House Bar Manager, Tom Chalmers, is passionate about port. As we deck the halls at Lancaster House with festive cheer, Tom has been concocting a warming Christmas port using our premium
Sandeman port which he has kindly agreed to share with us. Continue reading “Lancaster House prepare a Glass of Warming Festive Cheer”
This is a whisky that George, our Wild Boar Master of Malt has featured previously, but with the festive season upon us, we bring you once again, Balvenie DoubleWood 12 year old which is dubbed ‘Christmas in a glass’. Continue reading “The Wild Boar Whisky of the Month – ‘Christmas in a Glass’”
During the month of December, Waterhead will be serving a Festive Gin and Tonic using a carefully selected season-perfect gin taken from the expanding gin library at the hotel.
On their Golden Wedding anniversary, Nell & David Adcock decided to revisit Low Wood Bay where they had spent their honeymoon. Looking through their original wedding mementos, they found the final bill for their 4-night stay at the hotel – £20.16! At the time they would never have made the connection between the price and the year of their 50th anniversary. To mark this special occasion, Low Wood Bay was delighted to honour the rate from 1966. Rea Howell, PA to the Low Wood Manager, shares their story. Continue reading “Low Wood Golden Wedding Celebration – £20.16 in 2016”