Holiday Homes in the Lake District

Holiday homes in the Lake District

The Lake District has been one of the UK's most popular holidaying destinations for many years. Also known as "The Lakes", it is a area of outstanding natural beauty thanks to it's over 20 mountain peaks and lakes.

Holiday homes in the Lake District are a fantastic way to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty. If you're visiting the area as a couple, family or group then you'll certainly find a great range of holiday homes in the lake district to suit your needs.
The most visited part of the Lake District is located in the central part of the region and is called the Lake District National Park, and is the second largest national park in the UK. The National Park is home to the longest and deep lake in England. With all this natural beauty it makes the Lake District National Park a great place to stay in a holiday home.

With it's various and spectacular scenary, it's easy to understand why it is such a well known and loved UK tourist destination. When booking your holiday home in the Lake District you would be certainly well advised to find your preferred holiday homes as early as possible and secure them well in advance. The best holiday homes in the region can be booked up over a year in advance.

Holiday Homes in Cumbria

The Lake District National Park is located in the UK country of Cumbria. A modern county, finding holiday homes in Cumbria outside of the National Park is also a great option for those couples, families and groups wanting to have an mix of activities on their holiday in the region.

Cumbria is loacted in the North West of England and is a great place inspiring writers, musicians and artisits. Holiday homes in Cumbria are located all around the county and well located for easy access to the National Park, making it easy for those wanting to seek inspiration from the region.

Cumbria is boasts the historic sites of Hadrian's Wall, Carlisle Castle and Furness Abbey.


Mountains in the Lake District

The following is a list of the main mountains for people who want to stay at holiday homes in the Lake District as part of a hiking based holiday:
  1. Scafell Pike, 978 m (3,210 ft)
  2. Scafell, 965 m (3,162 ft)
  3. Helvellyn, 951 m (3,118 ft)
  4. Skiddaw, 931 m (3,054 ft)
  5. Great End, 910 m (2,986 ft)
  6. Bowfell, 902 m (2,960 ft)
  7. Great Gable, 899 m (2,949 ft)
  8. Pillar, 892 m (2,926 ft)
  9. Nethermost Pike, 891 m (2,923 ft)
  10. Catstycam, 889 m (2,917 ft)
  11. Esk Pike, 885 m (2,903 ft)
  12. Raise (Lake District), 883 m (2,896 ft)
  13. Fairfield, 873 m (2,863 ft)
  14. Blencathra, 868 m (2,847 ft)
  15. Skiddaw Little Man, 865 m (2,837 ft)
  16. White Side, 863 m (2,831 ft)
  17. Crinkle Crags, 859 m (2,818 ft)
  18. Dollywaggon Pike, 858 m (2,815 ft)
  19. Great Dodd, 857 m (2807 ft)

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