Monday, 22 July 2013

A Little Place in the Country

Traveling down to Cornwall for a summer break is a staple family ritual, as you have always hired a lovely cottage by the shore in Truro, Padstow or St Ives and you do not want to break from tradition. Yes, the kids get agitated as it is ever such a long journey to take, and you want to arrive there before it gets dark, otherwise you might have to resort to checking into a guesthouse instead of carrying on down South towards the coast. Living in the North is extremely difficult if you are a country bumpkin at heart as places such as Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle are chock-full of industrial estates and towering office buildings. Smoggy, polluted air clouds these city centres, as endless exhaust fumes emit from gas guzzling vehicles and people fight through the throngs of bodies desperate for some breathing space. The reason why so many of us choose to reside close to major regions is due to the fact that they offer room to progress and flourish in your career as there are so many job opportunities available in larger areas as opposed to small rural towns. If you want to become a high flyer then it is essential that your living quarters are a commutable distance from one of Britain’s biggest towns.

However, this is no excuse not to want to delve into the unknown and venture further up North to Cumbria. The Lake District Tourist Guide urges individuals to give the Lakes a chance as there is so much to see and do. Accommodation in Windermere is situated a stone’s throw away from one of the most famous bodies of water in Britain and there are so many sweet little B&B’s in Windermere to stay in if you are on a strict budget. You do not only save money on fuel costs but will also relish the opportunity to be completely at peace with your surroundings if you choose to plump for bed and breakfast Windermere. Families and couples alike will wholeheartedly enjoy time spent in bed and breakfast Windermere as we will fix you up with a hearty Full English if you are planning a day out exploring all of the sights and attractions that this gorgeous place has to offer. For more information about B&B’s in Windermere such as the quaint Rockside Guest House, the stunning Laurel Cottage and the leafy Ivythwaite Lodge please do not hesitate to consult the Lake District Tourist Guide at

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