What’s On in The Lake District

Find out What's On In The Lake District, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Nightclubs, Places to stay, Hotels in The Lake District, with our comprehensive website. Whether you live in The Lake District, are visiting or looking to move here, you will be able to find places to stay, the best places to eat and drink, properties to buy or rent, local news & events, activities for the whole family, unique places to shop, beautiful scenic locations, historic landmarks, city centre entertainment, attractions and more!

Lake-District-Foundation

What’s On In The Lake District are now proud partner of the Lake District Foundation and What’s On In The Lake District are currently contacting local businesses to see if they can support each other.
The key objective of this project is to raise the profile of local businesses and give something back to this stunning area.

What’s on in The Lake District

Things To See and Do

Attractions and Places to Visit in The Lake District

Attractions and Places to Visit in The Lake District

As a tourist destination, the Lake District packs quite a punch – with such an amazing array of beautiful landscapes, and exciting visitor attractions to suit all tastes and ages. Visit Lancaster castle and museums to uncover the city’s ancient stories hidden in its walls and buildings.

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Places to stay in The Lake District

Places to Stay in The Lake District

There’s nothing quite like cosying up by the fire in a Lake District holiday cottage! From secluded bolt holes to luxury cottages in popular Lake District towns and villages, an extensive collection of accommodation awaits.

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Sports and Activities

Sports and Activities

There are things to do in and around Windermere whatever the season. The Lake District provides family fun of all description, and the opportunities are endless, dependent on what a particular family enjoys doing.

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Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in The Lake District

Whether you’re looking for things to do in The Lake District such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in The Lake District, you’ll find everything you need for your The Lake District holiday on What's On In The Lake District.com.

Make sure to discover The Lake District’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.

The Lake District restaurants have a huge range of options for food and drink, starting with a long list of classic Pubs all over the city. The Lake District has a huge choice for food and drink, including historic classic pubs offering a range of locally brewed real ales, beautiful stylish restaurants, hidden gems in the countryside, riverside eateries, family friendly pubs, Chinese restaurants and takeaways, Indian Cuisine, Japanese & Italian restaurants, Cafes, Deli’s, Food vans…. The list goes on!

The Forest Side’s restaurant

The Forest Side’s restaurant

The Forest Side’s restaurant is designed to be a reflection of the very landscape in which it sits. To help achieve this, we select only the freshest locally produced...

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Lake Road Kitchen

Lake Road Kitchen

We make the most of our regions best meat, fish and shellfish. Homegrown and foraged produce and our wines and spirits are from Northern Europe.

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Francine’s restaurant

Francine’s restaurant

Francine’s is a relaxed and friendly bistro-styled restaurant with an a-la-carte menu and daily additions boards available with a great wine list and selection of speciality..
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The Angel Inn

The Angel Inn

The Angel Inn offers the best of Lakeland hospitality, whether you are coming for a relaxing break, stopping off for a quick beer, sitting down to a long lunch..
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What’s On In

The Lake District is the largest of the United Kingdom's National Parks, and contains 16 lakes (and many smaller tarns), more than 150 high peaks, with four over 3000 feet (the only mountains in England), (including England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike – 3206 ft). Visit the Lake District National Park for sights like no other. Take it all in on a traditional steamboat chugging through tranquil lakes, or scale the highest mountains England has to offer and enjoy a jaw-dropping view. From the top of Scafell Pike it’s easy to see how Cumbria’s lakes captivated William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.

Much of the tourist activity is in the southern half of the region, where most of the historic literary attractions lie, while the quieter north's natural features are more appreciated by hikers and nature lovers. The Lake District has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of adventures and activities.