The Lake District is a fabulous area of natural beauty with its mountains, rivers and lakes spreading over 2,292 square kilometres. Windermere 10.5 miles long in the north of the area has boats, jet ski’s ferries and windsurfers most of the year round and attracts hundreds of visitors to it shores daily. Bowness and Ambleside are twinned at the north end with their quaint streets and serendipity shops luring visitors to browse. Close by are the remains of a Roman Fort and also Rydal Mount the house where William Wordsworth one of Britain’s most famous poets lived nearly all his life.
Beatrix Potter the celebrated children’s novelist who gave us Jemima Puddle Duck and Peter Rabbit amongst many other animal friends has a gallery to her life and works in her Husband’s house in the Hawkshead area which also has the Quaker Meeting house known as the Birth Place of Quakerism.
Should you visit the Borrowdale Valley, stand under the “Bowderstone if you dare. It looks as if would topple over given the least puff of wind. This area has a wonderful profusion of villages, rivers, and lakes both large and small.
Stonehenge is not the only stone circle in England although probably the best known, Castlerigg Stone Circle with its backdrop of Skiddaw and neighbouring mountains is well worth a visit.
The bustling town of Keswick is at the northern tip of Derwentwater and has everything you could wish for in a small town environment and Carlisle with its Historic Castle is almost into Scotland and because of this the Castle was built as a fortress to keep out the marauding Scots.
It has also served as a prison and Mary Queen of Scots was incarcerated there in 1568. On a more spiritual note Furness Abbey was built in 1123 but no point in going there to a service as it was part of Henry 111V’s Dissolution of Monasteries plan around 500 years ago. However, if you are interested in architecture then it is well worth a visit as the stone work decoration is nearly all intact.
Given all this local history and interest and in summertime the weather allowing tourists to enjoy the beautiful scenery the Suppliers of Coffee Machines to the Lake District have a daunting variety of machines to supply. Anything from Cafetiere pots to Espresso machines which will handle a turnover of around 200 cups of coffee per hour or the large bean to cup machines which can double that amount.
Cool Beans as an enterprising Coffee Machine Supplier to the Lake District has access to these machines and many more. Being on the doorstep as you might say in the Blackpool area and nearer than Coffee Machine Suppliers to the Lake District based in the larger cities such as Manchester or Liverpool we can respond quickly and be with you to assess your needs in a very short space of time.
One thing Coffee Machine Suppliers to the Lake District must not do is underestimate the quality required by the customers in this area. Cumbria’s inhabitants are very proud of the Lake District and National Park and want to keep visitors returning year after year. To do this they expect high quality and good service. The Tea room and Coffee shop has as much need of the Coffee Machine Supplier to the Lake District as the large hotels, which cater for not only tourists but conference and business events.
Some of the Coffee Machine Suppliers to the Lake District forget that the little man is just as important as the multinational and in many cases more so. Cool Beans as a company regards the smaller customer as a VIP and treats him accordingly.