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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.
Here’s our top twelve places to eat in the Ullswater Valley, including The Living Space and Rampsbeck Restaurant. Ranging from romantic dining. afternoon-tea, child-friendly and dog-friendly restaurants.
Alex McCoskrie, programme manager for The National Trust’s World Heritage Site, gives us an introduction to the Lake District’s recent inscription as a World Heritage Site.
Theatre by the Lake has one of the most breath taking settings of any theatre in the UK; on the shores of Derwentwater, a visit to a show is always accompanied by some unforgettable views. Take a look at this years summer performance – Jeeves and Wooster.
Over the last few years Another Place and Rampsbeck before it has gone through many changes. The constant has been our gardener, John. He has worked tirelessly to keep the garden looking beautiful throughout the seasons and changing style of the hotel.
Another Place, the Lake is ideally situated to make the most of the fantastic scenery and countless opportunities the Lake District has to offer. We asked local photographer, Rod Ireland to highlight some great photography locations that are close bye, to help you get out and capture some great images.
The Lake District is full of popular spots. Keswick, Ambleside, Bowness; beautiful towns with mountain backdrops. But sometimes the best places are off the beaten track. Here’s our selection of hidden gems you need to explore when you stay.
Jess, our guest relations manager guides you through Cathedral Cave and its linking tunnels, chambers, caverns and the surrounding area. Don’t forget your torch.
Thousands of acres of views and sheep grazing on farmland surrounded by mountains and fells. Langdale Valley is everything The Lake District as it should be.
Born in Germany, raised in Jamaica, landscape photographer Amelia LeBrun has chosen the Lake District as one of her favourite destinations. Here’s why.
Saturday 26 May – Sunday 3 June
May half term is a great time to visit the lakes. Get out on the fells or out and about around Ullswater. With plenty of activities to do together as a family, or enjoy time to yourself whilst the kids learn new skills.
There’s more to the Lake District it than meets the eye. With so much history built into the landscape, it has its fair share of obscure facts. We’ve put together 10 of our favourite things you didn’t know.
Enjoy the views and fresh air surrounding Another Place without the worry of losing your way, with guided walks from Lake District National Park.