Footprint Travel with Kids - Lake District
First there were the Romantic poets, closely followed by Alfred Wainwright who conquered and documented the peaks for posterity. Now there are families, eager to explore England's largest national park. Famed for its tranquil beaches, rugged outdoor adventures and stately, historic properties the Lake District offers you and your family a little bit of everything. Combined with stunning natural beauty is its hospitality: fresh food, cosy accommodation and some great local microbreweries for a quiet one once the kids are out for the count. Footprint's brand new guide will give you all the planning tools and inspiration to ensure you can make the most of your family break.
- This guide will help you get the most from your family break to the Lake District with great listings, from fun free stuff to rainy days activities
- Wildlife galore, including the low-down on the vast array of forest and discovery parks
- Listings on where to sample the best Cumberland sausages and Kendal mint cake, ensuring the little ones never have hungry tummies
- Detailed descriptions of the incredible stately homes in the region, where they are and what they offer
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