The Lake District is one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in the UK. The stunning mountains and the magnificent lakes make it a mecca for lovers of outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing and boating. Lake District cabins provide comfortable and luxurious accommodation in England’s largest National Park.
The cabins are situated on parks that not only provide you with comfortable accommodation, but, a way to relax, unwind and take in the peace, quiet and tranquillity. The parks may be near a lake or in a forest or deep in the heart of the countryside, and the rustic outer appearance of the cabin helps it to blend in with the natural surroundings.
Lake District Cabins are available to rent for a long weekend, short break of three or four nights, or for a longer period such as a week or two, and the parks are open all year round. The cabins can sleep varying numbers depending on your choice, and they are ideal for a romantic break for two or a family or friends holiday where they can sleep six to eight or more.
Some cabins feature an outdoor hot tub and this is very popular with couples on a romantic break. You can sit in the steaming hot water and take in the fresh air while you enjoy watching the wildlife and the stunning scenery that is all around you.
Check Out These Stunning Holiday Log Cabin Parks
If you are looking to head off to the Lake District or Cumbria then you must take a look at the log cabins. Below some details of one of the park locations you could stay within.
Brockwood Hall Lodges – Millom
This is an outstanding holiday log cabin park and has a range of accommodation options to sleep anywhere up to eight people. The is perfect if you want to enjoy the unspoilt countryside and be surrounded by beautiful woodlands. The log cabins are beautifully designed and have contemporary furnishings and provide a lovely base for your holiday or break. You can enjoy the facilities that include an indoor heated swimming pool and there are some fantastic places to get out and about walking and sight seeing nearby.
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Most likely while you are away you will want to venture off the log cabin park to do some sightseeing, and there is plenty to keep you entertained. For walkers the choices are endless, and you can go for a lung bursting walk up Scafell Pike, which is England’s highest mountain. There are less strenuous walks if you prefer and there should be something to match everyone’s level of fitness.
A trip out on a lake in a hired boat will give you a different perspective of the hills and it is a great way to relax. You could take a trip on a steamer on Derwent Water or on Windermere. A visit to Keswick is recommended for its independent shops and a good selection of pubs and restaurants.
Lake District cabin are a great base from which to head out and explore this wonderful region. They are also good to return to after a busy day out and you can kick off your shoes and relax in front of the open fire. This is a holiday that is all about comfort and luxury.