Best Places to Stay on Valentine’s Day in the Lake District

‘Galentines Day Package’ at Beech House Holidays

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Beech House Holidays, in the heart of Cumbria, has partnered with luxury sleepwear brand, Look & Cover to create the ultimate ‘Galentines Day’ package, ideally suited to those single ladies who fancy a pamper!

The beautifully converted 18th Century barn provides beautiful accommodation for up to eight people and includes 100% pure cotton, personalised pyjamas for each guest – making for an enviable picture-perfect gathering. The exclusive pyjamas are available in a range of colours and can be monogrammed with initials or dates, making them the perfect take-home souvenir.

The deluxe self-catered accommodation in the pretty village of Stockdalewath is tucked away in 20 acres of secluded private Cumbrian countryside. With exceptionally stylish interior design, lavish fabrics and fittings, huge bathtubs, and four sumptuous double en-suite bedrooms Beech House Holidays provide all the essential ingredients for the perfect ‘Galentines’ with the girls. Prices start from £1,300 for an exclusive-use two-night stay for up to eight people including eight sets of personalised Look & Cover pyjamas.

For further information, visit www.beechhouseholiday.co.uk or www.lookandcover.co.uk.

Cosy comforts at The Hare & Hounds

Exterior of Hare & Hounds Levens in the Lake Districts Lyth Valley

A chocolate box village pub in the stunning Lyth Valley, The Hare & Hounds, is the ideal bolthole for couples to cosy up. With a self-contained barn annexe, this home-from-home features comforting open-plan living, a plush ensuite-bedroom and original oak ceiling beams.

Dining area at the Hare & Hounds Levens in the Lake Districts Lyth Valley

Couples can choose to see as much or as little of the outside world as they want to, with self-catering facilities plus handy access to the pub – pub meals can even be delivered to the door for the ultimate couples night in!

Food at the The Hare & Hounds Levens in the Lake Districts Lyth Valley

The pub prides itself on being a proper village pub where wellies and waterproofs are welcomed and provides the perfect setting for a laid-back Valentine’s celebration, with hearty food and a buzzing atmosphere. Prices start at £130 per night, which includes bed and breakfast.

For more information, visit www.hareandhoundslevens.co.uk.

The new luxury cabins at Storrs Hall on the shore of Lake Windermere

Storrs Hall on the Shore of Lake Windermere

If you want to (literally) push the boat out this Valentine’s Day and make it a day never to be forgotten, why not spend it in one of the new luxury cabins at Storrs Hall on the shore of Lake Windermere.

The cabins are separate from the main hotel located in a picturesque area of woodland. They have been specifically designed to let the gorgeous surroundings take centre stage.

Bedroom in the new luxury cabins at Storrs Hall Lake Windermere

Inside, the cabins have been thoughtfully decorated with hardwood floors and neutral fabrics, creating a cosy atmosphere.

There is also a huge super-king size bed, and the cabins even have a Japanese bathing tub, a perfect place to enjoy the day while watching the sunset over Lake Windermere.

Luxury cabins at Storrs Hall on the Shore of Lake Windermere

Storrs Hall is currently offering overnight stays from £350 per night. Price based on 2 people sharing a room with breakfast included, subject to availability.

For more information, www.storrshall.com or call 01539 447111.

More places to stay on Valentine’s Day in the Lake District

If we haven’t found the ideal romantic location to spend Valentine’s Day in the Lake District in the above guide, visit the official Cumbia Tourism website GoLakes for information about other great places to stay along with information on special offers available from the hotels listed in this guide.

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