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Breaks & Packages

Based on the Lake District Coast, you will be ideally placed to relax and enjoy the best of the Lake District.  Whether you're looking for a relaxing walk through the hills or Muncaster Castle's gardens to more active breaks, your base for your break, here with us, will help you get the most of your time.

Relax...

Muncaster Castle -  The extensive woodland gardens, 'The Gateway to Paradise' (Ruskin) provides you with several miles of walks to enjoy or you can take in the centuries of history in the magnificent Castle itself (open Sunday-Friday Easter to October)  and as one of the most haunted buildings in the country, dare you do a 'Ghost Tour' (available during October half-term week)

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Walking... With the Lake District hills on your door step, there is plenty of opportunity to relax and take in the wonders of the area.  There are guided walks that you can enjoy, some are attached below.  If you'd like to book any of the guided walks, please contact Lake District Walkers direct.

Fishing... Being on the Lake District coast, there are a number of places to enjoy the relaxing sport of fishing.  If you're a guest at Sella Park Country House Hotel, you can just walk down to the river Calder in the gardens of the hotel.  Even better, the Chef will cook anything you catch for your evening meal!

Golf... With a little known selection of local courses, you'll be perfectly placed to enjoy the magic of the Lake District and coast with some of these fantastic locations.  As a guest, you can also get discounted rounds at the Eskdale Golf Course which nestles below Scafell Pike, Englands Highest Mountain.  Please ask for details when making your booking.

Active breaks... With the start of Wainwrigths famous Coast to Coast walk (St Bees) just up the road and being nestled a few miles from Wastwater (Britain's Favourite View) and Scafell Pike, there's no better place to take in the wonders of this area.