Lake District activities with us range from chilled out relaxing to exhilarating thrill-seeking! Hidden within our 400 acre estate are a wide range of exciting activities where there is something for everyone. From fell walking to photography, through to canoeing and kayaking and even archery, you can choose an activity that matches the pace of your trip here in the area.
Why not put a unique twist on your stay with us and explore the wonderful range of different Lake District experiences available at Armathwaite Hall Hotel & Spa? Please ensure that you pre-book our Lake District activities in order to avoid disappointment.
Take a delightful two minute walk across the Deer Park or a short drive to the Wildlife Park and meet our keeper, who will introduce you to our alpaca brothers Buzz, Hugo, Hector and Herbie
See soaring birds that will amaze and enthral you with our birds of prey Lake District experience. Take a delightful 2 minute walk across the Deer Park or a short drive to the Wildlife Park and meet our keeper.
Looking to draw your bow and test your skill? Archery in the Lake District is a calming yet challenging activity. If it has always been your dream to become an Olympic Archery Champion, then the first place to start is learning how to shoot the traditional recurve bow.
Private lessons are a great way to work on specific aspects of your game and we have a great LTA level 2 coach to cater for the complete beginner, to those playing advanced club tennis.
If you are looking for photography courses in the Lake District, why not head down to Armathwaite Hall Hotel & Spa for a day or half-day session that will hone your camera skills?
The spectacular mountains (fells) are, undoubtedly, one of the Lake District’s biggest attractions, affording great views from their summits and offering a mixture of challenges from a gentle stroll to rock scrambling.
The spectacular mountains and fells are, undoubtedly, one of the Lake District’s biggest attractions, affording great views from their summits and offering a mixture of challenges from a gentle stroll to rock scrambling.