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You can count on our team at Voyage Privé to provide you with all the assistance you require to book last-minute holidays in the Lake District. Our members can enjoy access to exclusive offers on the region's top-rated luxury hotels and resorts.

Why take a last-minute trip to the Lake District?

There are many reasons why the Lake District is one of the most popular destinations for a last-minute getaway within the United Kingdom. It is an area that is full of natural landscapes that will take your breath away. The Lake District is also known for offering up a huge range of attractions and activities. There is something for every type of traveller in this iconic part of the UK. Whether you visit on a solo adventure, on a group holiday, with your partner or alongside your whole family, you are sure to make some incredible memories during your trip. At Voyage Privé, we are excited to help you book your best stay in the Lake District.

The Voyage Prive travel expert's opinion on last-minute holidays to the Lake District

With amazing lakes like Windermere and Ullswater, the UK's tallest peak and charming villages like Hawkshead, Grasmere and Ravenglass, there is no shortage of reasons to book last-minute Lake District holidays. Our travel experts at Voyage Privé can assist you in finding the perfect hotel for your trip to this incredible destination. We are delighted to assist you in exploring the culture, scenery, food and history of the Lake District.

5 things to do on a last-minute trip to the Lake District

The Swan Hotel & Spa 4*

1. Go on a Lake Windermere Hike

Lake Windermere is the largest of the Lake District's beautiful bodies of water. It is also a great place to head for a hike with its many walking trails of varying distances.

2. Muncaster Castle

Muncaster Castle is an imposing structure that overlooks the River Esk in the Lake District. Exploring the property's grounds is a great way to spend an afternoon while enjoying a last-minute getaway to this incredible part of the UK.

3. Grasmere

The charming village of Grasmere is one of the Lake District's most picturesque. It is known for its beautiful stone cottages and its welcoming tea shops. An afternoon excursion to this lovely community is a must during your visit to the region.

4. Castlerigg Stone Circle

The Lake District is home to the iconic Castlerigg Stone Circle, dating back to around 3,000 BCE. Visiting this ancient monument at sunrise or sunset is an experience you will remember forever.

5. The Ullswater Steamer

A cruise on the Ullswater Steamer is a must-have experience while enjoying last-minute Lake District holidays. You will enjoy unforgettable, panoramic lake views while travelling on a converted Victorian steamer across Ullswater Lake.

Which hotel to choose for your last-minute stay in the Lake District

1.?Merewood Country House Hotel 4*

Merewood Country House Hotel 4*

Booking Merewood Country House Hotel 4* is a great move for unforgettable last-minute Lake District holidays. The accommodation is on stunning 20-acre grounds overlooking the iconic Lake Windermere. It boasts 20 stylish bedrooms along with cosy fireplaces and stained glass windows. During your stay, you will rest comfortably in a Classic Room.

2.?Appleby Manor 4*

Appleby Manor 4*

Appleby Manor 4* is a great option for the perfect last-minute getaway to the Lake District. It is set in an upscale Victorian property and features an award-winning 2AA Rosettes restaurant and a luxury spa that offers rejuvenating treatments. On-site amenities include a full-size pool table and a hydrotherapy pool.

3.?Inn on the Lake

Inn on the Lake

The Inn on the Lake is a top pick for last-minute Lake District holidays and features stunning views across its 15-acre large grounds. During your stay, you can take advantage of outdoor activities, including croquet, a 9-hole pitch, and a golf putting course. Additional amenities include a gym, Jacuzzi, sauna and beautifully landscaped gardens.

4.?Another Place, The Lake 5*

Another Place, The Lake 5*

Another Place, The Lake 5* is located in a restored Georgian manor house that sits on 18 acres of stunning parkland in the Lake District. It is an incredible hotel for unforgettable last-minute holidays, and you will have 8 room options to choose from. Each room at the property is filled with light and adorned with features such as intricately carved fireplaces.

5.?The Swan Hotel & Spa 4*

The Swan Hotel & Spa 4*

The Swan Hotel & Spa 4* is a property with plenty of great amenities to enhance your last-minute stay in the Lake District. It is a family-friendly establishment and has an outdoor playground for the kids. The hotel is also dog-friendly, with plenty of room for your four-legged friends to explore. You can treat yourself to a satisfying meal from the on-site restaurant/pub when you're not out seeing the sights.

Practical information on last-minute travel to the Lake District

Advice for preparing for last-minute Lake District holidays includes packing plenty of warm and comfortable clothing, evening attire, charging cables, good walking shoes, rain gear and swimwear. Upon arrival, you can make the most of your time in this incredible part of the UK by trying local foods and drinks. We recommend you take along a good camera to capture great pictures of the region's stunning scenery.

What is the weather like in the Lake District?

The Lake District is known for cool and partly cloudy summers and wet, windy, cold winters. Given the common occurrence of rain in the region, bringing along the appropriate gear for a last-minute holiday is highly recommended.

What budget to plan

Last-minute holidays are commonly short breaks that you embark on without a lot of prior planning. With this in mind, taking along some extra cash is a good idea to prepare you for any unexpected costs and treats.

How to get to the Lake District

The UK's Lake District is located in Northwest England. It is an area served by an excellent network of roads, which make it easy to travel there by car, bus or taxi. You can also take the West Coast Main Line if you prefer a rail route. It runs to the east of the Lake District.

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