There seems to be a fairly good forecast in the weather in Cumbria and the Lake District for today and the through the week. It is half term and dry weather is not always the order of the day, so early in the year and at this time in the winter so it means why waste it?
Understandably there are still a number of places to stay in the Lake District and Cumbria with availability this year, waiting to see what the weather is set to be like is not a bad thing in February. As everyone awakes from the aftermath of Christmas and a month of austerity in January, February and its longer days make for a welcome return to life, out of winter hibernation. At the end of the day, the hash tag #hibernot is featuring very highly on social media and rightly so. Make the most of the school holidays, beneficial of course to children but so too for parents.
The Lake District and Cumbria is fully open and this week there is so much going both outside and indoors even if there’s a sudden change in the weather. A great round up of what’s on in especially over to the east of the county can be found on the News & Star website here. Activities getting creative with flower and plant paintings at the Penrith and Eden Museum, learn new skills and burn off energy at Penrith Leisure Centre and finally admire and learn about Cumbria’s famous, beautiful and native breed of sheep, the Herdwick with the much talked about exhibition at the Rheged Centre.
Family friendly accommodation can be found at the Tebay Services Hotel who have still have a small amount of availability this week. Stay for just 1 day or make a short break out of it. Enjoy great, wholesome, local food in the evening and at breakfast time. Prices from £81 bed & breakfast based on 2 sharing a twin or double room with singles from £65. Alternatively call to enquire about the family rooms 01539 624351.