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Weekend breaks in Lake District

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    A weekend break in the Lake District is a fantastic way to relax and enjoy yourself, and our Lakeland Leisure Park is the ideal base from which to explore the region. Famed not only for its vast and beautiful lakes, the Lake District is also home to wonderful walking routes, pretty villages and a rich history of literary connections. Our park in Flookburgh is a gateway to the region, and offers comfortable accommodation, plentiful amenities and pretty surroundings for your weekend break.

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    The indoor pool at Lakeland

    Summer weekend Haven breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £359
    Take a lovely stroll and feed the ducks in Grange over Sands

    Autumn weekend Haven breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £149
    Lake Windermere

    Summer weekend Haven Hideaway breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £279
    Lodore Falls

    Autumn weekend Haven Hideaway breaks in Lake District

    3 nights from £89

    Our Lakeland park is the gateway to the glorious Lake District, with Morecambe Bay views and close to Grange-over-Sands.

    • Indoor and outdoor pool
    • Activity lake
    • Visit Windermere
    • Entertainment venue
    4 nights from £69
    Take a lovely stroll and feed the ducks in Grange over Sands
    Grizedale Forest is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the Lake District.
    Bowness in Windermere has plenty to see and do

    Three things to do on a weekend in the Lake District

    1. Explore Grange-over-Sands

    Nearby Grange-over-Sands makes for a lovely day trip. Explore the independent shops and cafes housed in its traditional promenade, relax and meet the ducks in its ornamental gardens, and enjoy views over Morecambe Bay.

    2. Discover Grizedale

    Beautiful Grizedale Forest is full of spectacular views and wonderful trails to explore by foot, bike, or on horseback. Discover the many sculptures dotted around, explore the latest exhibition in its visitor centre, and enjoy a picnic or a hot drink in the café.

    3. Head to Bowness-on-Windermere

    Bowness is a great spot from which to explore the vast Windermere lake itself, with many a boat trip setting of from its pretty harbour. Beyond the pier, you’ll find no shortage of shops, pubs and cafes to enjoy, as well as The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction.

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