Thursday, 25 July 2013

Welcome One and All!

If you are expecting the pitter-patter of tiny feet any time soon then it can be an extremely exciting yet daunting time. You are in good company, however, as the recent birth of the Royal baby has caused a huge stir across the country and everyone has been getting involved in all the mayhem and madness surrounding the arrival of the future King. So many places have been taking bets on what the new born child is going to be called, and hordes of individuals have staked rather a lot of cash on the assumption that the boy will be named after one of the many monarchs that came before him. It is highly likely that Edward, James and George will have been considered and Charles most certainly would get a look in; but we just have to wait and see. HRH the Duchess of Cambridge and her dashing husband Prince William have been darlings of the media for years, as they attend numerous charity functions and always try to give something back to the community.

When you finally welcome your little miracle into the world then there is always the tricky business of deciding where to go on your first holiday together as a family unit. You do not want to endure the stares of angry childless couples if your tiny bundle of joy starts to wail as soon as you set off on a four and a half hour flight as it is not exactly the most pleasant experience for anyone involved. Trips abroad can be delayed until you can afford to travel in luxury and peace so you should really look for something closer to home for the time being. The Lake District Tourist Guide can help you find the most comfortable and relaxing hotels in Ambleside which are welcoming and friendly, and will happily accommodate all your needs. It can be rather tricky finding baby-friendly hotels in Ambleside, as so many places are chock-full of couples looking for a romantic break away and they do not want their quiet to be disturbed, so you have to do a little bit of research before you make your final decision.

Maybe B &B’s in Ambleside will tempt you, as they are homely and hospitable, and some even cater specifically for smaller children. How lovely would it be to wake up refreshed after a good night’s sleep and not have to worry about warming the bottle, and heating up ready-made bowls of mush? It is extremely important to make sure that your little one gets all the vital nutrients and minerals needed for healthy growth and development and you will thank your lucky stars that bed and breakfast Ambleside establishments such as, High Fold, Brathay Lodge and Dower House have thought ahead and concocted tasty, nourishing meals in preparation for your arrival. If you want to find out more about bed and breakfast in Ambleside then do not hesitate to get in touch with The Lake District Tourist Guide via our online enquiries page at

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