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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.
Lia Leendertz’s bestselling Almanac seasonal guides help us reconnect with the natural world. Read on for excerpts from the new 2021 edition.
From connecting with the past to experiencing a child-like magic, what could be more memorable than a night swim under the stars?
Even the most fleeting glimpse of a Red Squirrel is unforgettable. Heather Dewey from RSPB Haweswater tells all about this handsome creature.
Lake District local and adventure photographer Ryan Lomas shares his thoughts on capturing mountains and some favourite spots of Ullswater.
Shapeshifters, dancers, agents from another dimension or royal dinner? We pause to consider the noble swans that frequent our Ullswater shores.
Born on the shoreline, land&water bath and body collection evokes that warm glow after time outside in the elements. Find out why we use them at the hotel.
Swimming, walking, campfire cooking… We’ve gathered some of our favourite ways to rekindle a connection with The Lakes, wherever you are.
We’re excited to announce the development of Another Place, The Garden, an hour away from London, a world away from the everyday.
Mother Nature often treats the Lake District to all four seasons in one day. We’ve got you covered with our ‘what to pack’ list.
While the hotel is closed and the gardens at Another Place, The Lake empty, they are far from silent. Our florist, Laura Tuer, makes bouquets from our gardens.
Another Place. The Lake florist ,Laura Tuer, has been creating stunning flower displays for almost 20 years, inspired by the trees and plants of the North Lakes.
Rural quiet or city streets, wherever each of us resides at this uncertain time, there is one thing we can all share by simply stepping outside, or opening our windows; the dawn chorus.