Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa launches new Hikers Digi Detox Package

Derwentwater and Skiddaw 

Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa is inviting guests to disconnect from phone screens, put on their walking shoes, and take advantage of the hotel’s stunning location in the heart of the Lake District with the launch of its new Two-night Hikers Digi Detox Package.

Famously known for its outstanding landscape, comprising impressive mountains, vast lakes, thriving forests, and a multitude of hiking trails, no trip to the Lake District would be complete without exploring the surrounding countryside.

Guests will leave the Lodore Falls Hotel and Spa feeling utterly refreshed and destressed, having had a welcome break from technology, and getting in touch with nature.

Cat Bells

Cat Bells and Derwentwater, with the Lodore Falls Hotel below

With hiking routes to suit every ability, Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the region’s numerous paths, all outlined in the hotel’s own Hike & Bike book.

Leisurely wanderers can walk the small ascent to Watendlath, a charming hamlet of unspoilt white brick cottages and farmhouses, and during the summer, guests can take a break and enjoy a cup of tea and Kendal Mint Cake at the local café, before returning down a quiet beck side path and through old oak woods.

Striding Edge, Helvellyn

Keen hikers can tackle one of the Lake District’s many famous mountains including the impressive 1889ft Maiden Moor and the 2142ft High Spy.

The return journey takes hikers down a steep trail and into Rigghead Qaurries and the old quarrymen’s path, which overlooks Borrowdale.

Those up for an even greater challenge can head to the Northern Lake District, which is home to Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.

For more information on the new package, and to book your stay, please Click Here.

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