The Area and Local Attractions

Lancaster & Morecambe

The historic city of Lancaster lies between the between the coast of Morecambe Bay and the Forest a Bowland (an area of outstanding natural beauty). Lancaster is a historic city with origins dating back to 79AD when a Roman Forst was constructed on a hill commanding a crossing over the River Lune. It was in around 1090 on the site of the Roman Fort that Lancaster Castle was founded.

For more information please visit: Lancaster and Morecambe

Forest of Bowland

The Forest of Bowland also known Bowland Fells is an area of outstanding natural beauty that was once described as the "Switzerland of England". With a population of around 16,000 spread over historic villages and hamlets in an area of 312sq miles there is no shortage of unspoilt scenery and outdoor activities. Within the forest there are stunning walks, horse riding, great cycling routes, fishing and much more.

For more information please visit: Forest of Bowland

The Lakes

The Lake District or Lakes is one of the most beautiful parts of Great Britain, home to the largest lakes in Britain and the tallest mountain in England. If you are a walker you'll be spoilt for choice with mountains, fells, lake side walks and more. The Lake District has no shortage of activity centres, experiences and historic towns and villages to visit. Walking isn't the only way to experience the lakes there's horse riding, ferry and boat trips and some great country road with stunning scenery.

For more information please visit: The Lake District

The Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is nestled between Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria and spans the meridian of the country. The Dales provide a rugged and beautiful landscape offering great walks, caving and views. The Dales provide some of the best and more extensive cave system anywhere in the UK and many off public tours and great caving experiences.

For more information please visit: The Yorkshire Dales

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