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The Lake District is outstandingly peaceful and a landscape of jaw-dropping beauty. In 2017 UNESCO awarded the Lake District World Heritage Status for its inspiring aesthetic quality that has gripped artists for centuries. Becoming a World Heritage Site also cemented the ongoing importance of conserving the Lake’s unique beauty.
Lakelovers have been an energetic part of the Lake District’s vibrant tourism economy for over 40 years with over 500 cottages in our portfolio. We are strongly committed to preserving this spectacular landscape by minimising the impact of our operations through our community involvement as well as educating our staff and guests.
Here at Lakelovers, we are passionate about the Lake District as well as delivering excellent quality self-catering holidays for our guests. We are therefore committed to looking after this special landscape so that it can also be enjoyed by future generations.
Here are some of the environmental practises that we are committed to, to reduce our environmental impact:
We are working hard to help ensure that the Lake District is a sustainable holiday destination and welcome any further guidance and involvement from local environmental organisations.
Whilst we do all that we can to improve our eco-friendly credentials, we could do with help from our guests too. Here are a few things that you can do whilst you’re enjoying a break in the Lakes to help preserve the region for generations to come:
Please see our Responsible Visitor Charter for more eco tips during your stay.
We work with VisitEngland and their vigorous Green Tourism accreditation scheme to help our holiday cottage owners offer guests sustainable holiday cottages. Look out for the Green Tourism badge when browsing our Lake District holiday cottages for a guarantee of a sustainable holiday cottage.
Many of the ‘green’ features are behind the scenes, such as energy efficient boilers, grey water recycling and insulated lofts. Our eco-friendly cottages don’t compromise on luxury. You’ll find hot tubs, smart TV’s, power showers, WiFi and private gardens and remote locations so that you can be at one with nature on your eco escape. Whilst your eco retreat will have all the comfort of a home from home, outside you can bask in tranquilly. Slow down to the natural rhythm of Lake District life, with rich flora and fauna on your doorstep and maybe even deer for neighbours! Let the Lake District skies put on an evening star display and wake to beautiful birdsong. There are no compromises when staying in Lakelovers eco-friendly lodges in the Lakes District.
We also have dog friendly eco-friendly holiday cottages for a relaxing getaway with the whole family, furry paws included. Here at Lakelovers we want everyone to feel welcome, which is why dogs stay for free in our pet friendly accommodation.
An eco-friendly self-catering break gives you the flexibility to choose a rustic local eatery one day and to dine-in the next. Choose from the region’s award-winning local produce, where fresh and nutritious is guaranteed and enjoy cooking what you like and eating when you like, on your eco getaway.
Caring for our guests and our planet are two commitments that we are passionate about and go hand in hand for us here at Lakelovers. We look forward to sharing the Lake District with you, without spoiling it.
The Lake District truly is the best place to enjoy an eco-friendly holiday and our expert Customer Service team would love to discuss your needs further with you. Please call 015394 88855 or email enquiries@lakelovers if you’d like further information on the details mentioned on this page. If you have a local organisation that you think we could be involved in helping, please also get in touch as we’d love to hear from you.
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