Lakeside beauty at Low Wood Bay

Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa occupies one of the most picturesque spots in the Lake District in England's north west. Perched on the eastern bank of the glorious Lake Windermere, it's perfect for a romantic waterside stroll. Low Wood Bay is also an ideal base for serious walkers taking on Red Screes, a fell offering stunning lake views from its summit 776 metres up. To see Lake Windermere up close, relax on a water bus ride across Windermere, taking in glorious 360 degree views.

Kendal calling

Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa sits just 20 minutes by car from the bustling town of Kendal, just south east of the Lake District National Park. The charming market town is famous for its museum, one of the oldest in the country, as well as the ruins of Kendal Castle, which dates back to the 12th century. Meanwhile Kendal Calling is one of England's most vibrant arts and musical festivals, taking place less than an hours' drive north in Lowther Deer Park.

Tour Wray Castle

Directly across Lake Windermere from Low Wood Bay, Grade II* listed National Trust Wray Castle towers over the Lake District landscape. Built in opulent mock gothic style, in the 19th century, kids will love its fun play areas, while the gorgeous views in the castle's ground make it a perfect picnic spot. Looking for cheap accommodation Near Low Wood Bay? Travelodge Kendal Hotel is perfect for Kendal Castle, and Travelodge Burton M6 Northbound Hotel offers great road links.