If you’ve passed by Low Wood Bay recently you may have seen what looks like a gathering of people standing on the water. This is Paddlecise, a fitness class with a twist! A balance, coordination and full body strengthening class on Lake Windermere. Whether you’re a Watersports fanatic or a complete beginner, Paddlecise is a fun and challenging experience. Continue reading “Fun and Fitness on Windermere – Shauna’s Paddlecise Experience”
Karla and Lyndsey of Razzle Dazzle, one of our local suppliers, are regularly seen around Lancaster House. They love getting to know the wedding couples and helping them create a personal and unique style for their big day. The greatest reward for their work is standing back at the end of a day, knowing that the transformation of any space has delighted and gone beyond the expectations of the wedding party.
As we are situated right in the heart of the Lake District National Park, ‘celebrating everything that is unique and wonderful about Britain’s breathing spaces’ is something that is second nature to us at English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues. The theme of this year’s National Parks Week, from 25th to 31st July, is adventure. Here are just five of our favourite things to do in the Lake District to get your heart pumping in stunning surroundings. Continue reading “National Parks Week – The Adventurous Lake District”
English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues are committed to providing quality employment opportunities and experiences for young people from the UK and overseas. The Marketing team have enjoyed welcoming Samuele Caruso who has been discovering some of the attractions at Low Wood Bay… Continue reading “My Day at Low Wood Bay Watersports”
Lancaster House sent Kris off on a mission to Williamson Park to capture the highlights of the latest The Dukes Play in the Park performance. He found himself bound for Middle Earth. Continue reading “Lancaster’s Play in the Park – The Hobbit – Best Yet!”
An increasing number of English Lakes Conference guests are discovering that once the business in the conference room is done for the day, there’s still time to explore their beautiful surroundings and even participate in activities or light-hearted events. Here’s a few examples of how groups have made the most of our stunning Lake District and Lancashire scenery.
There is much of interest for visitors to The Lake District from outdoor pursuits, gastronomic delights, music and the arts and traditional Lakeland Sports. If you enjoy history, there are two exhibitions that explain how the local area was transformed to bolster the war effort and subsequently, to welcome survivors of the holocaust for much needed rest and recuperation.