We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Lake District. We are working with our local partners to put measures in place that will help keep people safe.
Our page lakedistrict.gov.uk/coronavirus has a message from our Chief Executive, how the latest coronavirus rules apply across the National Park, updates on our attractions and services, and how you can contact us.
We invite you to explore, discover and be inspired by the romantic wonders, the wildness, the remoteness, the countryside lifestyle and perhaps just simply dabble in luxury across the Lake District National Park. Whatever you’re looking for in your getaway, you can book your perfect break today.
To help you plan your perfect Lake District holiday, we've put together guides to hotels, cottages, bed and breakfasts, log cabins and lodges - as well as camping - from glamping and camping pods to carvanning and wild camping.
Here in the National Park we have a fantastic selection of Lake District hotels. From boutique hotels, spa hotels to country house hotels and those nestled on lakeshores. Take your pick from some of the best hotels in idyllic settings.Hotels
There’s nothing quite like cosying up by the fire in a Lake District holiday cottage! From secluded bolt holes to luxury cottages in popular Lake District towns and villages. Start your search with Good Life Lake District Cottages, Lakeland Cottage Company and Sally's Cottages. Find out below how Sykes Holiday Cottages have partnered with us to support our vital work.Cottages
Lake District B+Bs offer the perfect affordable opportunity to enjoy the National Park with some lovely home comforts. With many properties in Windermere, Keswick, Ambleside and beyond offering dinner, bed and breakfast deals there’s no need to look any further when planning a break in the Lakes.Bed and breakfasts
Luxury log cabins in the Lake District are the perfect escape from hectic everyday lives. Experience the true feel of the stunning National Park from your very own Lake District lodge at Keswick Reach nestled in this beautiful landscape.Log cabins and lodges
Lake District camp sites are available all over the National Park – it simply wouldn’t be the outdoor magnet that it is if camping wasn’t so incredibly popular. From small to large Lake District campsites, the choice is yours.Camping sites
The Lake District has a number of award winning luxury hotels to match the world class landscape.Luxury Hotels
Pamper yourself with a luxury Lake District spa break. There have recently been a couple of brand new developments within the National Park, including a number of new spa hotels. Take your pick from traditional to ultra modern!Spa breaks
The Lake District has a unique collection of country house hotels just ready and waiting for you to choose from. Enjoy warm hospitality in spectacular settings throughout the Lake District.Country house hotels
If Lake District country inns top your list of truly authentic experiences during your stay in the National Park look no further. Explore all the Lakes has to offer with a relaxing break at some amazing locations.Country inns
Lake District glamping is ideal for your first time camping experience, particularly if you would like to enjoy a few little elements of luxury! From glamping pods to Lake District yurts, Herdy huts, shepherd huts, tree houses and bell tents – it’s all on offer as part of a Lake District glamping experience.Glamping and camping pods
Wild camping is not permitted anywhere in the Lake District without prior permission from the landowner. As the National Park Authority we do not have the power to allow camping on private land and we do not permit camping on the small amount of land that we own. Camping in car parks or on roadside verges is not allowed at any time.
From 4 July, many of our campsites will be reopening in a socially distanced way and there really is something to suit everyone in all areas of the National Park. We would encourage you to explore what facilities are available before you visit, as not all businesses will be opening fully.Wild camping
Lake District youth hostels and bunkhouses are a great way to holiday in the area on a tight budget. If you are looking for basic but friendly accommodation, a Lake District hostel could be an ideal option to consider.Hostels and bunkhouses
Lake District camping barns are a unique and affordable way of truly immersing yourself in the countryside. What could be better than being right in the heart of the great outdoors and experiencing a stay in a building which will have been part of Lakeland farming history and heritage for generations.Camping barns
There are many caravan sites in the Lake District National Park. Perfect for a family holiday of fun and adventure, a caravan holiday is often top of the list during the school holidays or perhaps for a quiet long weekend through the rest of the year!Caravan sites