An Autumn Cumbria hotel offer not to be overlooked

An Autumn Cumbria hotel offer not to be overlooked

Autumn in Cumbria and the Lake District is a not to be missed, time to visit to witness the magnificent colour change of the landscape. It’s starting to cool down but there is still plenty of daylight time. The vista is turning from green to the fabulous Autumnal colours of burnt oranges, red and yellows and even the fells are joining in with bracken quickly turning to a burnt amber before the eyes.

For a night’s getaway or a weekend break, September and early October are excellent times, just before winter really kicks in and the clocks go back. And if all these reasons weren’t enough to visit this county alone, hotels are offering some Autumn madness deals with the Tebay Services Hotel in Cumbria being no exception.

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Book a room 7 days or more in advance from just £87 per room bed and breakfast based on two people sharing. This 3 star hotel offers clean, modern rooms and the breakfast using produce from the Westmorland Family farm makes this deal even more tempting and fantastic value. The bar and restaurant within the hotel means for a one night break, business or pleasure, everything is under one roof. What more, Children under 16 can stay for just £15 B&B per night when sharing a room with 2 adults with advance purchase rates available on family rooms too.

In the area there is a whole host of things going on during September and October. The Visit Eden website lists comprehensively what is going on in the Eden Valley and the east of Cumbria. There is everything from a Cumbrian artist art fairs and the Ullswater Steamers. Rheged, just off junction 40 of the M6 has 365 day a year entertainment, exhibitions and screenings. Enjoy being on the doorstep of the Lake District, the Eden Valley and the Pennies at the same time.

Best available rate rooms can only be booked direst and guests receive a £10 voucher for spending n Tebay Services all via or call direct on 015396 24351.

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