Borwick is a small picturesque village, located in the county of Lancashire, in the north-west of England. Borwick is situated close to the border of Cumbria and the scenic Lake District National Park. This makes the village an ideal base for exploring this region of outstanding natural beauty. There is a great choice of self catering rental accommodation available here, to include pretty cottages and old farmhouses, where visitors can enjoy their holidays in Borwick in a property full of rustic rural charm.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Borwick will discover that the village is ideally located for exploring the delights of the Cumbrian and north Lancashire countryside. The coastal resorts of Morecambe, Fleetwood and, slightly further afield, Blackpool, are all within an easy drive from the village. Here tourists can enjoy the many attractions and amenities to be expected from a popular English seaside resort: amusement arcades, souvenir shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants, as well as long stretches of sandy beaches, ideal for water sports and bathing.
Just over the county boundary from Borwick lies one of the most scenic regions of the United Kingdom, the Lake District. As the name suggests, this rugged landscape of mountains and lakes is popular amongst hikers and walkers. Cruises and water sports can be enjoyed on some of the largest lakes, such as Windermere, Coniston Water and Ullswater. The national park is also dotted with numerous scenic towns and villages, such as Kendal, Keswick and Penrith. Here tourists spending their holidays in Borwick may browse the many souvenir and antique shops in search of treasures to take home as a reminder of their time in the beautiful Lake District.
Visitors spending their holidays in Borwick will discover that this region of the UK, as a whole, has a wet maritime climate. Summers are mild, with temperatures averaging around 18 degrees Celsius, whilst winters are cooler with an average temperature of around 7 degrees, although this can frequently drop below freezing. Borwick receives an average annual rainfall of around 45 inches, so it is advisable to always take a raincoat!
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Borwick will find that the village is easily accessible, due to its close proximity to the M6 motorway. Less than an hour south along the M6 is Manchester, with its busy international airport (MAN). Liverpool-John Lennon International Airport (LPL) is slightly further afield at the end of the M62.