Penrith is still #theplacetobe even in January

There is always something happening in Penrith over on the eastern side of Cumbria, within touching distance of the Lake District National Park and with the Northern Pennines to the other side. Along with the beautiful Eden Valley, this region is a delight for walkers, sightseers, shoppers, photographers and families.

Even in the winter months the area is open, always welcoming and there’s plenty to see and do. This January have a trip to the stunning Lowther Castle and Gardens with as special winter discounted entry of just £5 per adult between January and March 20 with children under 16 being free. A visit to Lowther Castle is a real gem of a full day out with the castle and terraces, evolving and regenerating gardens steeped in history as well as a café and shop. Visit http://www.lowthercastle.org/for opening times and the book tickets online.

 

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Come rain or shine, sleet, hail, freezing temperatures or snow, the unique Rheged Centre is always open. This January and running until the end of February 2016 is an aerial footage film titled “Tales of the Southern Lakes”. Broadcast daily, the film provides viewers with angles of the landscape previously impossible to have been viewed, history, stories and gripping tales of murders and ghouls as well as answers to many questions such as how did the Coniston Old Man get its name. Visit http://www.rheged.com/daily-film-tales-southern-lakes for show times.

Accommodation providing easy access to both Lowther Castle and Rheged is Tebay Services M6 Motorway Hotel. Owned and run also by the same organisation as Rheged, guests will be treated to the same quality, service and food as at Rheged and Tebay Services, the award winning motorway services on the M6. Rooms at the hotel (where guests receive a 10% off voucher for use in the Tebay Services Farm Shops by the way) start from £80 including breakfast. Full details can be found here http://www.westmorlandhotel.com/

5 Star timeshare ownership in the Lake District

How many times do visitors come back time and after, year after year to the Lake District?

The Lake District is a super family holiday destination, so much to see and do, a super couples destination and a super place to come and unwind in later life. When talking to visitors and it is evident they have been coming to the Lake District for years and regularly also.

Bearing this in mind, timeshare could be a great option as it is also apparent that many visitors will also book the same accommodation each year too. Timeshare is often not thought of as an option in the Lake District after all, there are so many self catering cottages, B&B’s and hotels to choose from but having a place that is your own for a particular week or weeks each year at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a holiday property there is quite tempting, no missing out of that desired week again.

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Holiday homes in the Lake District are very popular and in the National Park, also very expensive. It then becomes a worry thinking about and carrying out the upkeep on the property. Timeshare eradicates all this especially on a resort such as The Langdale Estate. With a choice of properties from lodges to traditional slate cottages, the estate is really quite special so too is its location in the Langdale Valley.

Everything is taken care including clean products, bed linen and towels so the holiday starts right away. The Langdale Estate have a Timeshare Owners community and website but being as the estate also has restaurants and bars open to none residents, 2 hotels and leisure facilities, there is always a lovely mix of people and it is an excellent place for families. Further benefits include up to 15% savings across the Estate in the Spa, Bars and Restaurants, and in The Langdale 4 Star Luxury Hotel and the Brimstone Hotel.

For more informing on becoming a Langdale Estate timeshare property owner, visit http://www.langdale.co.uk/time-ownership.html