The Lake District, for a choice of the most diverse waterside retreats to stay in

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The north of England is blessed an extremely diverse choice of waterside accommodation for visitors. It has reservoirs, rivers, waterfalls, lakes, tarns, waters and some of the most beautiful coastline in all of the UK.

But when it comes to being near water, the Lake District most definitely has the upper hand. Staying in this, the largest of England’s National Parks, guests are never far from water, in particular Lakes. The Lake District National Park is a varied landscape containing England’s largest natural body of water Lake Windermere to small tarns and waters such as Elterwater and Blea Tarn.
Sometimes these bodies of water just appear from out of nowhere, they are tucked away yet just waiting to be discovered and it is these quieter and smaller locations that make the Lake District so special.

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Waterside accommodation is so popular when choosing where to stay on a holiday or short break. There is something about waking up to waterside views or knowing it is close by. Waterside retreats in the Lake District range from camping pods to lodges, converted boathouses to luxury cottages, hotels and bed and breakfasts.

Living North is a privately owned publication presenting the very best of the country and city lifestyles and business in the north of England. Focusing predominantly on Yorkshire and the North East, Cumbria is also very well represented being close to both regions and easily accessible. It is then very natural that in their article “10 Waterside Retreats” that Cumbria would feature on more than one occasion. The newest of the hotels in the Lake District is listed, Brimstone Hotel at Langdale. On the Langdale Estate where the hotel is located is home to various becks, rivers, tarns and waterfalls. The Langdale area means Lake Windermere, Coniston water and even Wastwater in the Western Lake District can be reached easily.

Advance purchase rooms at Brimstone Hotel are worth looking out for, saving 15% when booking 30 days or more in advance, that’s if you can wait that long!