Discover the Beauty of the Lake District on WalkingWomen’s Glaramara Revisited – Summer Lesbian Break

Are you looking for a safe and welcoming environment to explore the stunning scenery of the Lake District while connecting with like-minded women? Look no further than WalkingWomen’s Glaramara Revisited – Summer Lesbian break 2023 and the Glaramara hotel takeover in August 2024 

Located in the picturesque hamlet of Seatoller in the Borrowdale Valley, just 7 miles south of Keswick, the Glaramara Hotel is the perfect base for a walking holiday in one of the UK’s most beautiful national parks. With impressive scenery, wonderful walks, and swimming dip places just a walk from the door, it’s an idyllic spot to soak up the views and breathe in the fresh mountain air.

But this isn’t just any walking holiday. This is an event where lesbian women come together to connect, revise and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals.

Out holiday hotel takeover in Summer of 24 sees  a range of entertainment in the evenings, including special guests such as the writers of the theme tune to the BBC Drama ‘Gentleman Jack’ written by Sally Wainwright, this is a holiday that promises to be as fun as it is rejuvenating.

Getting to Glaramara is easy, with public transport links available from all over the country. Trains go to Penrith, and from there, a regular bus service links to Keswick and on to Borrowdale. If you prefer to drive, there is free parking at the hotel.

The range of walks available from Glaramara is truly impressive, catering to all levels of fitness and experience. From the famous peaks of Scafell Pike, Great Gable, Haystacks, and Glaramara itself, to lowland walks within Borrowdale, there is something for everyone. The area is rich in natural beauty, with clear paths up to visit tarns and to walk across Maiden Moor. The famous Borrowdale oak woods can also be explored on the banks of the River Derwent. With plenty of National Trust sites and gardens to visit, there’s plenty of variety to keep even the most avid walker entertained.

WalkingWomen’s guides are experienced and knowledgeable about the area, offering a varied program each day, with a choice of at least two walks to suit your level. They know the area well and can guide you to some hidden gems, ensuring you come away feeling you have discovered this gorgeous place.

But walking isn’t the only activity on offer at Glaramara. For those who love to swim, there are rivers and lakes all around just waiting to be explored. And when you’re ready to relax, the hotel is the ideal spot to spend time. You’ll receive a warm welcome from the staff, who are always on hand to help. There are plenty of spaces to sit and relax either on your own or as a group, surrounded by local artists’ work as the owners support their local community. Food is of a high standard, with a good choice, and there is a small bar serving local beers and a range of drinks for those who like to relax with their favourite tipple.

WalkingWomen’s Glaramara  – Summer Lesbian break 2023 and 2024 offer the perfect opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and  explore the stunning beauty of the Lake District together. With a variety of walks and activities on offer, as well as plenty of opportunities for relaxation, these are annual events not to be missed. Book your place today and get ready to discover the beauty of the Lake District …

Glaramara Revisited – Summer Lesbian break 2023

Glorious Glaramara – Summer Lesbian UK Lakes holiday 2024

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