Posted: 12/02/2013 19:28:14 by
ARCHAEOLOGY enthusiasts are being urged to get involved with the third and final stage of a project looking at the industrial past of the Lake District.
‘Reflections on History’ is a joint project by the Lake District National Park and the National Trust and provides opportunities for local people to learn about the past industries of Windermere.
The project has already looked at the industrial themes of woodland and water power but the third stage, starting in April, will take place at the lead mines and slate quarries in Grasmere and Langdale.
An introductory day, including a guided walk to Banks Quarry, Langdale, will be held next month for would-be participants to find out more.
“No prior knowledge or experience is required and on-site training will be provided by qualified archaeologists,” said LDNPA Archaeology and Heritage Assistant Holly Beavitt- Pike.
“However given the remote location and nature of the sites it is important that volunteers can demonstrate a reasonable level of fitness in order to take part in the work,” she added.
The day begins at 11am on March 9 and is at Langdale Village Hall, Chapel Stile.
Posted: 14/04/2011 16:35:43 by
With the first of the Spring Gardening Holidays just over 2 weeks away (May 1st - 6th 2011), we have decided to offer the last few rooms with a 10% discount off the normal rate.
Everywhere is looking lovely - so fresh and green this time of year, with the early rhododendrons and camellias coming into flower already, so for anyone with a love of gardens - this holiday is ideal.
Offering a mixture of talks and trips out to a variety of places including some gardens not normally open to the public, its a great opportunity learn more about the gardens in the local area.
For full details and prices click here
Posted: 12/04/2011 08:39:20 by
Its been a beautiful sunny weekend, and spring is certainly in the air, with summer not far behind we hope.
The leaves are appearing on the trees and there are plenty of lambs in the fields.
The good weather and holidays has brought lots of people to the area and the hotel is pretty full, so lovely to see so many familiar faces and plenty of new guests as well, hopefully to become familiar faces in the future.
We still have some availability for the coming weeks so please give us a call if you fancy a break.