Cumbria is Open for Business

Despite recent weather events experienced in Cumbria over the weekend, large areas of the county remain unaffected and are open for business.

Many of the regions hotels, pubs, restaurants, shops, cafes, visitor attractions and galleries are welcoming visitors.

There are plenty of things to do this weekend including; Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth, the Christmas Market at Askham Hall, near Penrith plus much much more.

Come join us and enjoy this truly remarkable County. To find out more visit: and book yourself a break away.

Click for more detailsWe have a great choice of accommodation from hotels and family run B&Bs to self-catering cottages and campsites.

Click for more detailsIf you are looking for ideas on how to spend your leisure time, the Lake District has plenty to offer.

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As we say so long farewell to summer and welcome the autumnal colours across the county. Why not check out some of the special offers that we have available.

>> Late Availability

>> Current Special Offers

>> 10% off Weekly Stays

Click for more infoWant to find out more about about the Lake District, Cumbria? Why not visit our blog to find out about news, places, attractions and events in the county.

Click for more infoFind your perfect Christmas & New Year break whether it’s a hotel, bed & breakfast or a rural cottage your looking for, the Lake District has it all.

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2 thoughts on “Cumbria is Open for Business

  1. I did – Broughton-in-Furness – and we had to wait all day before we could go out for a mere 5 mile walk as it was p***g it down all day 😦 I’d really wanted to do a hillwalk but it just wasn’t worth it. Luckily, there was no flooding down that end, although I believe the main road past Levens had been totally cut off last week for a while. The locals in the pub were telling horror stories about people who couldn’t get home and were getting stung by hotels and suchlike – £60 per night and no breakfast. Wonder if some places were taking advantage?

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  2. There’s always some. I fear that until the govt – who I see cut funding for 16 out of 21 flood projects in Cumbria – put some priority into getting the roads open and bridges replaced, the county will continue to suffer, John.


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