Cosy Pub Firesides for Cold Lake District Days
The Lake District is an amazing place to travel in the winter with crisp, clear days, invigorating walks, and stunning frosty views. The days are col though, so during your day out you might want to take a break in front of a cosy fireplace in one of the Lake District’s fabulous pubs.
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Outdoor rainy day activities
Some of the most gorgeous Lake District attractions are improved in the rain, like Aira Force near Ullswater. The foot waterfall is even more impressive during and after rain and is easily reached via a woodland walk. Be sure to keep your eye open for red squirrels. Aira Force is a National Trust managed property with a shop, café and car park nearby. You can also park at Glencoyne Bay and take the 2km path through Glencoyne Deer Park to get to the falls.
There are mobility toilets and parking spaces at Aira Force, however neither walk is buggy or wheelchair friendly.
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