English Lakes has its roots in the hard work and dedication of Robert Buckley, an orphan who was determined that his family would have opportunities in life that he did not have. Robert’s son, Norman, purchased Low Wood in 1952 and eventually persuaded Michael Berry, his nephew, to manage the hotel. Michael was instrumental in shaping not just Low Wood, but a whole family of hotels that we know today as English Lakes Hotels, Resorts & Venues. Continue reading “Four Generations of Family Business at English Lakes”
English Lakes is a family run business. Chairman and Managing Director, Simon Berry married Diana on 21st May 1983 and had their wedding breakfast at The Wild Boar, their evening reception at Waterhead and spent the first night of their honeymoon at Low Wood Bay. Continue reading “English Lakes: A Peak inside the Family Wedding Album”
Many of you keen eyed followers will have spotted our story yesterday (1st April 2014) about “Floatation Over Of Lakes Scheme” affectionately known as “FOOLS”. This story was of course an April Fools Joke. Top fool Ben Berry explains more…
We are marking our 60th anniversary by launching a search to find Cumbria and North Lancashire’s community heroes. We want people from across the region to nominate anyone they feel deserves special recognition for the work they do in the local community.
2012 is a landmark year for us and we want to celebrate our big day with some of the unsung heroes who help to make this region so special. They are the people who make Cumbria and North Lancashire a better place to live, work and visit. Continue reading “A Grand Garden Party to Toast Community Champions”