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Get Away With Fairies - Angels - Lake District

Friday, 23 April 2010


The Lake District may seem like a traditional holiday destination, but one landlady is

providing breaks that are truly out of the ordinary - by running courses on how to contact fairies and angels!


The courses - at Onechurch St  on Ambleside - range from beginners to experienced level and are made up of 10 sessions to focus on contacting and messaging with the magical creatures.


In the beginner sessions you can design and paint your own teapot, coffee or tea cup and saucer, before learning the art of tea leaf and coffee grain reading.


There's no need to feel guilty about your carbon footprint, either. Guests stay in

organic accommodation and get a full organic breakfast too.


Course organiser Dianne Derrick says: "The fairies run the course so we can never say exactly what each session will entail. It's out of our control. But people who've done the courses say they've found them amazing and inspiring."


The courses are listed on tourism and accommodation website www.iknow-lakedistrict.co.uk, offering UK holidaymakers a wide choice of accommodation

options across this popular tourist region.


Marcus Simmons, managing director at www.iknow-lakedistrict.co.uk, says the Fairy

and Angel courses are one of the site's most unusual listings.


He said: "The Lakes is a magical destination anyway, but this course is like nothing else.


"With busy work schedules, most people want to escape real life on their holiday, and

what better way to do it than on a Fairy and Angel course?


"If fairies aren't for you, though, we have many other very special properties all over the country on the iknow-uk websites.


"Staying in the UK is getting more popular, and this is a fully organic holiday too, at

little or no cost to the environment."


For more information, visit www.iknow-uk.com.


Founded by Marcus in 2003 with the iknow-yorkshire website, iknow-uk now operates 14 regional websites for accommodation and hospitality providers including hotels, guest houses, holiday cottages and B&Bs.


iknow-uk's websites cover the UK's most popular tourist regions and are visited by almost a million users each month.


Holiday home owners looking to list on one of iknow's regional websites, should visit www.iknow-uk.com.






Notes to Editors:


-     iknow-uk ltd launched iknow-yorkshire in September 2003. They have since launched iknow-lakedistrict, iknow-northwest, iknow-cornwall, iknow-devon, iknow-wales, iknow-scotland, iknow-dorset, iknow-kent, iknow-somerset, iknow-sussex, iknow-hampshire and iknow-northeast .

-     April 2009 saw the launch of a comprehensive hospitality section to iknow-yorkshire, which is also available on iknow-lakedistrict, iknow-northwest , iknow-devon, iknow-cornwall and soon to be available on iknow-wales.