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Special interest holidays in the Lake District

Special interest holidays are very much in vogue at the minute, with more people than ever combining a holiday with learning new skills, or embracing their favourite pastime. These are held the length and breadth of the UK, but some of the most popular are those that combine the interests with a stunning backdrop to take the experience to a whole different level.

It goes without saying that one of the UK’s most popular destinations for special interest holidays is the Lake District National Park. Miles of lush green countryside dotted with towns, villages and, of course, lakes, is the perfect setting to both relax and embrace the scenery and serenity of the Lakes, as well as making the most of the special interest that you have come here to pursue.

These range from antiques and ancestry, bridge and chess, through music and painting to walking, and everything in between. There are so many special interests in different locations throughout the Lakes that you will have no problem at all finding what you are looking for. If you don’t actually know what you fancy trying, a quick perusal may offer so many that you end up spoilt for choice.

Painting holidays in particular are extremely popular in the Lake District due to stunning setting and these get booked up very quickly. They are also seasonal, as every season in the Lakes brings with it an exquisite beauty that only last a short while until the next season arrives, with its own plethora of colours just waiting to be captured on canvas.

If your idea of fun is to be out and about is this greatest of outdoor settings, then a walking or horse riding holiday will suit you down to the ground. Natural beauty of this magnitude deserves to be explored and enjoyed in its entirety, and these are two of the best ways to see exactly what the Lake District has to offer.


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