Our daily schedules can, very easily, become very hectic and busy at times. With each month seemingly going by faster and faster, it’s important to treat yourself every now and again. If you work full time, or you have a number of hobbies that keep you busy, it might be time to think about escaping for a break with your family and friends.
Booking a relaxing weekend, even if it’s just in the UK, can be a great way to get yourself back on track and recharge your batteries. After all, you don’t have to get a plane to enjoy yourself! If you’re finding that your schedule is increasingly stressful or busy, then there are endless opportunities to treat yourself to a weekend break around the country.
One of the most popular destinations for a relaxing weekend break is the Lake District. Complete with miles and miles of breath-taking scenery and enough walking routes to last a lifetime, you might find it hard to leave! So, if you’re looking for an unforgettable weekend in a beautiful location, look no further. Whether it’s an active break with friends, or a romantic weekend, the Lake District has it all.
Take Part In Watersports
The Lake District is home to 12 lakes, including popular Derwentwater and Ullswater. The perfect opportunity to practice your watersports skills, there are a number of activities you could spend your day doing. After all, you can’t visit the Lake District without going near the water!
Watersports in the Lake District can mean anything from a tranquil boat trip, to rafting and even windsurfing. With something to suit everyone, you can spend a whole day on the water exploring and having fun. No matter your abilities or preference, there is something to suit everyone. You might even pick up a new skill! Explore the waters and relax in a stunning environment.
The Lakes gives you the perfect opportunity to entertain yourself and forget about the stresses of your usual routine.
Enjoy a Hiking Trail Experience
Keswick offers a number of popular of walks, due to the Skiddaw mountain looming over the town. Offering the perfect opportunity for an adventure, many of the walks have spectacular views and allow you to explore the area on foot in the open air. With miles and miles of natural beauty, Keswick is a stunning area for a weekend of being active.
From short to long walks, the Lake District offers endless numbers of hiking trails for all abilities. Helvellyn and Scafell Pike are only a short while away, there are endless possibilities.
Visit Historical Sites
While the Lake District is well-known for its activities and sports, there is also a very historical aspect to the area. Castlerigg Stone Circle is a famous monument, made up of 38 stones. One of Britain’s earliest stone circles, it’s been a protected site since the 1800s. Over 5000 years old, Castlerigg is a dramatic scene and definitely worth exploring.
You can also immerse yourself in a culture of the years gone by; the remains of the Howk Bobbin Mill still stand, despite closing in 1924. An important piece of British history, the mill could be a great way to not only teach your children, but also get a feel for what life used to be like in this area.
Lastly, the Mirehouse Historic House, only a short distance from Keswick, was a popular destination for Wordsworth and other famous poets. Despite being a family home since 1688, it’s now open to visitors. A spectacular building, it’s surrounded by woodland and gardens.
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