Nestled in the quaint village of Cartmel, The Cavendish Arms invites holidaymakers to a 450-year-old coaching inn placed a short distance from the Lake District National Park, providing a good starting point for exploring the Cumbrian countryside.
The inn retains much of its old charm with low-beamed ceilings and traditional furniture in the bedrooms, which also feature TVs and hot drink-making facilities.
At the on-site restaurant, travellers may indulge in fine dining, while the bar also offers an extensive menu including British pub classics and a range of beers and ales.
Groupon’s Guide To Lake District
Protected since 1951, Lake District National Park provides travellers with a patchwork of lakes, valleys, woodland and fells suitable for experiencing the great outdoors.
Visitors may take a lakeside wander or enjoy a refreshing walk, while relaxing boat trips can be enjoyed on Lake Windermere, England’s largest natural lake. After a leisurely bike ride down country lanes or a day-long hike, holidaymakers may explore ancient sites including the Roman Forts, Lowther Castle or Muncaster Castle, home to the World Owl Centre. Relaxing moments may also be spent touring small craft breweries, exploring the Laurel and Hardy Museum or sampling hearty dishes at one of the countryside pubs.