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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Things to do in Grasmere.

I wrote an article called "10 things to do in Grasmere" some years ago. You might like to take a look by clicking through this link.

What do you think? Should I leave somethings out, put other things in, or is it OK? I wrote it for an online site called Squidoo ( long gone but fun whilst it lasted) It's been taken over by Hubpages, a site with a mix of lots of great articles and lots of rubbish. My page obviously falls into the first category.

Our Grasmere holiday Cottage, Brockstone is still available from next Saturday, 25 March, for 1 week, and we've reduced the rate from £690 to £590. The guests who left this morning said "Just a quick note to say many thanks for letting us share your lovely cottage.  Everything was just perfect and the situation was super too.  "

The weather forecast from next Saturday is looking good, and as the clocks will have gone forward you'll be able to enjoy longer evenings on the terrace of Brockstone enjoying the view, and maybe even see a sunset like this one taken by a guest in January


Thursday, 9 March 2017

Daffodils, bluebells, primroses and £100 off our Lakes holiday cottage

We are offering a reduction of £100 for the weeks 25 March- 1 April and 22 April -29 April.

I've written a post with prices details and information which you can find by clicking through here to our Brockstone Grasmere Cottage website

Rather than repeat myself boringly (I do this a lot) I'll just ask you to look over there.

Here. I'll just post some photos which I hope might entice you to visit our lovely Grasmere Holiday cottage. More information and reviews can be found here on the Home Away website. Please be sure to book directly with us for the best prices.

Spring photos all taken on a short walk from Brockstone Grasmere holiday cottage below. Clocks go forward on 26 March- can't wait!