The lovely Lyth Valley an unspoilt location on the edge of the Lake District National Park. A stone throw from Bowness on Windermere and Lake Windermere as well as Kendal. Handy for access from the M6 too. Rolling countryside, crags, fells, a glorious valley, it’s should be the location to explore in 2018.
What better time to visit for the first time or if you’re a Lyth Valley veteran than the winter. Bright, crisp days, lots of places with roaring log fires, lots of lovely food and beverages to devour after a day walking this special location in Cumbria.Winter walking is wonderful here with two absolute must do routes for views, Gummer’s How and Scout Scar. Both walks can be done whatever the time of year, are short so can be done even on a summer’s evening but for views both are hard to beat. Gummer’s How can be approached from two ways but ultimately it’s the vista, a view down to Lake Windermere, almost it’s full length and the fells beyond. Scout Scar is equally as impressive where those that head a little further to “The Mushroom”, a shelter with a view finder detailing what you can see from the 360 degree view. On a clear day you’ll be able to see the Langdale Pikes, Morecambe Bay and on very clear days, even Blackpool Tower.
It really is a special and enjoyable walk with many viewing rewards.What could be better than a great deal too to add to it. The Damson Dene Hotel has a not to be missed winter offer available for stays until 22nd March 2018. Equating to a 50% saving this two night Winter Getaway includes:• a 3 course meal on your first evening• a full English breakfast each morning• cream tea on arrival, and• full use of our leisure facilities throughout your stay.
Simply look up the desired dates, enter WINTERSALE into the promo code section of the hotel website online booking form and reveal prices starting from £148 for 2 nights for 2 guests.Needless to say, it’s booking up fast, needless to say, book quickly to avoid disappointment! Only available to book direct and it’s via their website here http://www.damsondene.co.uk