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Curated by the Another Place collective, here you’ll find a digital companion of inspirational stories, happenings and everything exciting at each of our hotels. We’re a group of foodies, musicians, skiers, surfers, bookworms, outdoor enthusiasts, creators and friends. We’re the people you chat to on Facebook; the ones taking photos and putting together recipes and playlists for when you need inspiration from a new place.
From the gentle rhythm of the Ullswater Steamer to the jagged edge of Helvellyn, when Jonny and Hannah Verman visited us at Another Place, they squeezed the life out of every day. Follow their adventure from Another Place.
Lake District-based phenomenon Kerry, and his dogs Max and Paddy (and Harry), have risen to fame documenting the joy of walking the fells with three energetic Springer Spaniels
A key part of the art collection at Lowther Castle and Gardens until recently, Chevalier d’Éon by Jean-Paul Mosnier is now on loan to the Metropolitan in New York, as part of their exhibition; Notes on Camp.
The Lake District is an excellent place to see one of the nation’s favourite wild flowers in all of its glory. Rannerdale could well be the very best of the best.
Heather Devey, Visitor Development Officer at RSPB Haweswater, introduces us to their cete of playful badgers; Beatrix, Porridge and Gremlin.
Curated by Joules’ art director Hannah Coates, the design of the new Joules suite is shaped by nature and the striking landscape of the Lake District.
The Ullswater Valley is one of the best places in the Lake District for wildlife. Here are some of the highlights from Lee Schofield, Site Manager at RSPB Haweswater.
Get the lowdown on one of our favourite events in the Lake District calendar, Keswick Mountain Festival – the ultimate outdoor weekend.
Colin Hill has been 450m cold-water world title holder and Technical Operations Manager for Marathon Swimming at the Olympics. Find out why Colin like to swim in Ullswater.
Bethany Thomas is a regular face on our front desk at Another Place, The Lake. We interviewed her to find out why she’s our go-to-girl for advice on getting out there on the fells.
Once in the Lakes you’d find yourself quickly spotting sheep, cows and maybe, if you are lucky, an osprey. What you might not expect, is a herd of alpacas.
Saturday 14 March 2020
The World’s Original Marmalade Festival will be returning on Saturday 14 March, so put the date in your diaries and get ready to go orange!