Find fun things to do in February in the Lake District this half term with a stay in our Windermere Guesthouse. When you don’t have the disposable income for a family holiday, then finding places to stay on a budget can really help with the pennies.

5 Things to do in February in Windermere

The great thing about February half-term in the Lake District is there’s plenty to do right here in Windermere:

  • Lakeside Aquarium
  • Brockhole Visitor Centre
  • World of Beatrix Potter
  • The Fun Factory
  • Lakeland Motor Museum

February Half Term in the Lake District

As well as providing fun things to do in the Lake District, it’s also worth looking online for deals and discounts available for the below. Such as combination tickets with local transport, or simply beating the queue and booking in advance.

Lakeside Aquarium

The large underwater aquarium is still one of the most popular things to do in Windermere. It is filled with a variety of marine life, as well as a collection of mammals, reptiles and amphibians. If you arrive by train or even by boat, you can help reduce the cost and entry prices.

Brockhole Visitor Centre

Here you can really let your children run wild, with a whole host of things to do aimed at the younger generation. There’s everything from treetop adventures, to archery, mini-golf, boat hire and clay pigeon shooting. It really is the perfect way to spend the February half term!

World of Beatrix Potter

This one is for children both young and old, whereby the grown-ups can also reminisce about their childhood. Famous author Beatrix Potter has strong connections with Windermere and the surrounding areas. Including where it all began, with the story of Peter Rabbit.

The Fun Factory

At the fun factory in Bowness-on-Windermere there’s a soft play area for the little ones, while the parents can relax with a cuppa. Although don’t sit still for too long, the chances are you will soon want to get involved yourself!

Lakeland Motor Museum

Another of the most popular things to do in Windermere is the Lakeland Motor Museum. While not strictly just for children, it is a great way to spend February half-term. Take the day to take a look around the old motor vehicles. Re-live your dreams of owning a classic car or show the family which model you used to drive when you were younger.

Where to Stay in the Lake District

By booking a room at the Windermere Guesthouse and Hostel, you don’t even have to worry about bringing the car. We’re located right near both Windermere train station and the main bus depot. As such it’s just a 2-minute walk to the front door of your accommodation.

So why not enjoy an affordable break in the Lake District this February half term at the Windermere Guesthouse and Hostel. With 6 rooms available, we can help provide a quieter and more relaxed time than some of the larger chain hotels.