1 May-2 May
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If you head 70 miles of Broughton in Furness, you'll find yourself in the significant city of Manchester.
Spend at least a couple of hours taking in ocean views at Ainsdale Beach or Morecambe Beach.
Escape on a trip to some nearby natural beauty spots. 25 miles out of Broughton in Furness, The Platform is waiting to be explored. Skelwith Force, 9 miles away, is another sensational spot to unwind in the outdoors.
Make your stay a rewarding one by learning the history of Hardknott Roman Fort.
Whether you'd like to learn more about the cultural and religious aspects of the area or just sit back and relax in the peaceful atmosphere, St Mary Magdalene's Church is a great site to visit.
Seeking more things to see and do? Go to Coniston, 5 miles east of Broughton in Furness, for Wray Castle and Go Ape Grizedale. Alternatively, Holmrook is 6 miles to the northwest, and it's here you'll come across Eskdale Mill and Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway.
Do a little shopping and visit some sights in Ambleside. This destination is 11 miles to the northeast and not far from Townend, the Dora's Field and Alcock Tarn. That being said, don't forget about the Wordsworth Museum and St Oswald's Church either.
Discover the region from a fresh perspective and try a bit of mountain biking or rock climbing. They're both well-loved hobbies in this corner of the globe.
If your youngest travellers need to get away from sightseeing for a while, why not slow down the pace and take them cycling or shore fishing?
Settle in for a journey of discovery with a helpful tour guide and some like-minded travellers. Guided nature walks, cycling tours, segway tours and city walking tours are some of your options in this area.
It might be time to go, but your trip won't end quite yet. Your friends and family will be asking for stories and photographs of the breathtaking Cumbria region for a long time to come!
If you're flying back, it's probably wise to decide a route to the terminal beforehand. From the middle of Broughton in Furness, you'll need to go some 60 miles west to Ronaldsway Airport (IOM), the closest airport.