England's Lake District is one of the most beautiful corners of Britain containing England's largest lake and highest mountain. Poets and artists were inspired by the senery and many of their former residences are open to the public for tours including Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's home and inspiration for Peter Rabbit; John Ruskin's home, Brantwood; William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage as well as many historic castles and gardens. Outdoor sports such as walking, sailing, rock climbing and horse riding are also popular.
Linthwaite is situated just outside the twin towns of Windermere and Bowness, in the heart of the Lake District and yet with easily accessible. Windermere has a railway station with regular connections to Manchester International Airport.
By car Linthwaite is 20 minutes drive from exit 36 of the M6 motorway, and around 90 minutes drive from Manchester and Liverpool airports. Edinburgh and Glasgow are 3 hours drive and London is 4-5 hours drive.
The Lake District is a perfect midway point between London and Scotland.