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The nights are drawing in, pavements are littered with crunchy leaves in a multitude of hues and there is the undeniable nip in the air which can only mean one thing; autumn is fast approaching. With the children back to school this week, now is a great time for a few days away.  Fewer holidaymakers, the promise of an Indian summer and lower prices to boot means you couldn’t choose a better time than autumn for a relaxing break.  So, where to enjoy a few days away?  You’ll struggle to find anywhere better than the Lake District with its simply breathtaking combination of rolling hills and mirror-like lakes to watch the seasons change.  With just too many fantastic photos to choose just one, for this week’s Sunday Snapshot, we’re treating you to a cornucopia of autumnal delights…
Autumn in the lakes 2
Once you’ve admired the scenery, you’ll find plenty more to keep you entertained whether you’re looking for an active or relaxing break.  Fans of the former should try the Glenridding Sailing Centre located on Ullswater, the area’s second largest lake, which offers a great selection of dinghies, boats, canoes and kayaks to hire.  Their experienced staff also offer training courses throughout the year and are on hand to answer our sailing-related queries!  Once on the water, I’m sure you’ll agree that the view from your boat is second to none.
Lake Ullswater, Glenridding
Foodies have been flocking to the Lakes for decades and autumn with its seasonal abundance of tasty treats is no exception to the region’s popularity.  Make sure to try the damson, in season during September and grown in Westmorland since the early 1700s, which appears in everything from jams to wines, chocolate and even beer!  To make your holiday a truly special one, why not treat yourselves to a Michelin starred meal at L’Enclume in Cartmel, recently crowned the best restaurant in the UK?
Course 8: Herdwick Lamb Flank, Sweetbread, Salsify, Hedge Garlic & Blewitts (3)

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