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Lake District Now Unesco World Heritage Site

Paige July 11th, 2017 1,430 views


After years of inspiring artists and writers with it's beauty, the Lake District has been awarded Unesco World Heritage status. It joins the likes of the Grand Canyon, the Taj Mahal and Machu Picchu in the Unesco collection.

About 18 million people visit each year and it's not difficult to see why. It's breathtaking landscape is home to England's largest natural lake - Windermere - and highest mountain - Scafell Pike.

Lake District Offer

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Hotel: Beech Hill Hotel & Spa

Location: Windermere

In beautiful landscaped gardens, Beech Hill has an AA Rosette restaurant and a Lake View Spa which consists of two spa treatment rooms, a Himalayan Sauna, an aromatic Steam Room, an outside vitality spa pool in our scented garden and a 40ft indoor heated pool.

 

Browse our other Lake District deals from as little as £77!

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