The Lake District also known as The Lakeland is located in North West England region. Lake District is a very popular UK holiday destination it always has been. It is popular for forest, lakes and mountains ideal holiday destination for going for a cycling, walking and sightseeing some of the most beautiful mountains and sceneries you will find in The Lake District. Lake District has the
England’s largest National Park with a breathtaking lakes, soaring mountains locally known as “fells” with amazing sandy coastline.
For a closer and deep sigh seeing weather by cruising down the lake or biking round the town,
Coniston Boating Centre …..is the place to be where you are able to hire out a boat or bike.
Finding or worrying about car parking is not needed at The National Park Lake District because there is a vast amount of car parks all round the town which can also be paid by mobile phone as well as pay and display and all the car park charges go toward keeping The National Park special and attract more visitors.
You will not be short of choice when it comes to decide where to stay, weather you looking for a holiday cottage or an apartment with in the National Park, there are versatile choice with an friendly and professional services.
The nearest airports to The Lake District are Manchester to the south and Glasgow to the north.
The average journey time from London and the south east is about five hours. It takes about one and half hours from Manchester and two hours from York.
The M6 runs to the east of the Lake District National Park:
Take Junction 36 and then A590 for the southern end of the Lake District
Take Junction 40 and the A66 or A592 for the northern end of the Lake District
AS roads can be quite twisting and the traffic can be unpredictable please allow extra time for your journey.
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