At the Cuckoo Brow Inn at Far Sawrey you’ll find some extremely tempting, New Year 2017, room rates.
Being regularly included in the most family friendly, dog friendly and walkers friendly lists in national publications such as The Telegraph and The Times, Cuckoo Brow has a lot to offer everyone an is perfectly located to do so.
Take advantage of the Winter offer available until February 16th 2017. The two night package for two people starts at just £150*. The break includes dinner, bed and breakfast on the first evening and bed and breakfast the next. The clean and fresh, spacious rooms come in a choice of superking, family and twin and for a small, extra charge, some rooms allow dogs. More benefits include free, off road parking, wi-fi and the use of the games room with arts board, pool table and games.
With roaring log fires and wood burners, the Cuckoo brow is an ideal haunt at this time of year. Head back to inn after a stroll up to Beatrix Potter’s home, Hill Top, after a potter on a bike on the country lanes or after a venture up onto the fells. The winter menu is full of seasonal and filling dishes to warm guests up with hearty real ales to match for local breweries such as the award winning Watermill Brewery at Ings, Cumbria Legendary Ales brewed at Hawkshead and the Hawkshead Brewery from nearby Staveley.
Whether it’s a family weekend away, a way of using up the remaining annual leave days or to spend some quality couple time in the peace and tranquillity of the Lake District after the festive madness, with fine food, accommodation and at these very attractive prices, the Cuckoo Brow Lake District Inn is ideal. To check the availability and to book, visit http://www.cuckoobrow.co.uk
*Offer available Sunday – Thursday from 1st November 2016 to 16th February 2017.
Sunday to Thursday. Excludes school holidays.
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.
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 http://www.tebayserviceshotel.com or call direct on 015396 24351.
Three years of fabulous reviews at Brimstone Hotel at Langdale
Despite having been open for just over three years, Brimstone Hotel at Langdale is still receiving a bucket loads of reviews. The reviews are in print and online and range from individual bloggers to the local and national press including The Telegraph, The Times & Sunday Times and The Telegraph.
Some very different sets of guests have stayed and reviewed Brimstone over the three years. From interior design bloggers and publications praising the materials and design to wedding bloggers making wow remarks regarding the suites being the ultimate in romantic hotel accommodation. There was only one frustrated review by Lancashire Life Magazine. The reviewer wrote “There is no one more irritable than a hotel critic with nothing to criticise”. They were hoping for a cold breakfast being as it was served in the room, it was piping hot and the final straw was on departure when a brown paper bag was left outside the room full of journey home provisions!
Just when you think a Tanzania safari holiday couldn’t get any more special along comes the chance to stay in accommodation that matches the uniqueness of this special part of the world.
The accommodation in question is a converted Land Rover, but converted to beyond what most would imagine creating a suite on two floors, welcome to the new way to safari, the Bush Rover. The Bush Rover has a tent packed into the roof of it, simply drive to the chosen area within the fully facilitated campsites and experience the best view in the house.
The Bush Rover suites are the latest and exciting addition to the safari tours and accommodation offered by A Tent With A View. David Guthrie founder of A Tent With A View and The Bush Rover Comapny describes them as “The amazing Bush Rover Suites may well be the greatest innovation in safari living since the camel.” Not only are they unique but they also provide spectacular vantage points in locations where other accommodation cannot be found whilst being in complete comfort.
The Bush Rover can be experienced in many of the TWAV Tanzania safari tours in stunning locations such as the Serengeti, Saadani National Park and Selous Game Reserve within their Simply Saadani Camp, Sable Mountain Lodge and Bab’s Camp. For more information on the various including the background to their 20 years providing the highest quality of Tanzania safari tours, visit http://www.bushrovertanzania.com
September – officially the month of the delicious damson
The Lyth Valley turns a shade of purple in September with the famous damson trees weighted down with this old English native fruit.
The Lyth Valley or Westmorland damson, a variety in itself, is highly aromatic with September being the best month to pick and enjoy this fruit. Damson orchards can be found at Low Farm in the Valley and if you’re lucky walking around Crosthwaite, Winster and Underbarrow you may come across the odd tree.
This very versatile fruit can be used in sweet and savoury dishes and condiments. Damson jam the perfect Autumn afternoon tea accompaniment, damson chutney with a British cheeseboard and the famous damson gin, delicious with sparkling water as an aperitif or as it is as a post dinner liquor. Farm shops, independent food stores and Booths supermarkets in the area all sell a great selection of damson goodies.
September is also a fantastic time to enjoy a weekend break and the aptly named Damson Dene Hotel in the Lyth Valley has to be the hotel of choice surely. Full of peace and tranquillity, the Lyth Valley is the perfect base for exploring the historic market town of Kendal and just a short drive from Bowness and the Central Lakes. is A new menu has just been launched full of the new season’s produce from locally shot pheasant to haunch of Lyth Venison. On bookings from September 19 until November 20 take advantage of the special Autumn 2 night break with prices starting from just £94 person including dinner on one evening, a complimentary glass of house wine, a full Cumbrian breakfast each morning. Visit http://www.damsondene.co.uk/ for more details.
With two of the leading hotels in the Lake District, the Langdale and Brimstone Hotels, it’s often forgotten the estate is also home to the largest number of 5 star self catering properties too, around 100 units.
The properties on the estate range from 1 and 2 bedroom apartments to Scandinavian lodges and traditional Lakeland slate properties and cottages sleeping up to 8 people all set within the private, 35 acre site. Each property type provides something different and with the picturesque setting, locations are very diverse with each property interspersed with waterways, tarns and woodland. And the surrounding fells most definitely cannot be forgotten. The Langdales fells are some of the most famous and most photographed in the Lake District and these can be walked right from the Estate, no need for a car.
On the Langdale Estate enjoy everything under one roof with leisure and spa facilities as well as the brand new Stove Restaurant & Bar with both indoor and outdoor seating and Wainwright’s Inn, a traditional Lakeland pub.
Many of the short breaks and full week holidays remaining in August are discounted with some properties such as Chapel Stile Apartment No.3 reduced from £1150 to just £600. This is a 7 night holiday starting on Sunday August 21 and the apartment sleeps 4, a deal not to be missed.