We like to keep up to date with things going on around the area so that you can plan your holiday activities. Here are a few events worth checking out in the Lancashire area, close to Lancaster House and The Midland in Morecambe.
Everybody notices a beautiful, bridal bouquet. It is what draws the eye to the wedding dress and can say so much about the style of the wedding and the personality of the bride. Lauren, Wedding and Events Co-ordinator at Lancaster House, has put together a few of her favourites and given you a selection of seasonal blooms as well. Continue reading “Seasonal Bridal Bouquets at Lancaster House”
Over the weekend Storm Desmond hit Northern Ireland, north Wales, southern Scotland and especially north-west England. Record-breaking amounts of rain fell in Cumbria resulting in localised flooding and power outages that affected the operation of all five English Lake properties and the surrounding area. Continue reading “Business as Usual at English Lakes”
Did you know today is Lancashire Day? With so much history, things to see and explore Lancashire has lots to offer. Here are just five reasons Lancashire is worth celebrating. Continue reading “Happy Lancashire Day! 5 Reasons To Visit Lancashire”
Tim Bell, General Manager of Lancaster House discovers a family-friendly day-out with a difference close to the hotel.
By its very reputation, The Lake District will always lend itself naturally to the great pastime of walking.
But just down the road in North Lancashire, the walking culture is just as vibrant. The Trough of Bowland in particular offers stunning scenery and a plethora of accessible walking routes to rival many of Lakeland’s classic rambles here on the doorstep of Lancaster House. Continue reading “An enchanting, walk over a Lancashire Landmark”
Here at English Lakes we love to show off the beauty of the local area we have the pleasure of living and working in. Previously we have blogged about the fantastic photography of the Lake District and Lancashire taken from the International Space Station by Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield.
Earlier this week we came across a selection of aerial images taken a little closer to Earth. BEA Systems stunning trials photographer, Chris Ryding, captured aerial pictures of Lancaster and Morecambe from the cockpit of a Eurofighter Typhoon jet.
At sea level the jet can reach speeds of Mach 1.25 (1,470 km/h or 910 mph) and they can be regularly seen throughout Lancashire and Cumbria while on test flights from BAE Warton.
Continue reading “Photos of Lancaster & Morecambe from a Typhoon Fighter Jet”
Damien Ng, Head Chef at Lancaster House Hotel shares his own take on a classic Lancashire recipe.