All advertising on Visit Cumbria is commission-free
The next advertising year runs from 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.

Accommodation Pages

NEW LARGER SIZE ADVERTS FOR 2018 – 19. Please contact [email protected] for details of accommodation advertising pages including “hotels”, “B&B”, “holiday cottages”, “glamping”, “camping & caravan sites”, “holiday parks”, “campervan hire” and “hostels”. High profile advertising directly on accommodation landing pages. No commission payable.

Annual fees

  • Hotels & Inns, Bed & Breakfast & Holiday Cottages – advertising and personalised SEO page service £299 for the period 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.

  • Holiday Parks £199 for the period 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.

  • Glamping £99 for the period 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.

  • Camping & Caravan Parks, Hostels and Camper Vans £99 for the period 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.
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    Premium Advertising on the Main Accommodation Landing page

    Bookable by the month, payable at time of booking. Please contact [email protected] for monthly fees.

    Activities Pages

    Categories available for advertising currently are – Abseiling, Activity Centres, Archery, Ballooning, Bike, Boat Hire, Bushcraft, Canoe & Kayak, Caving, Climbing, Fishing, Flying, Ghyll Scrambling, High Ropes, Holidays & Tours, Horse & Pony, Karting, Lake Cruises, Mountaineering, Mountain Scramble, Navigation, Paragliding, Quads & 4 x 4, Running, Sail & Windsurf, Via Ferrata, Walking, Wildlife.
    Contact [email protected]

    Banner Advertising in the Sidebar

  • See Banner Advertising in the sidebar. Booked by the month and runs on every one of over 1,500 pages, seen by every visitor. Prices from £150 per month. Up to 500,000 views per month.

    Technical information for Advertisers

    During the last couple of years the move of many websites to HTTPS (secure sites) has led to a loss of referral data in Google Analytics with most, or all, of referral traffic from many HTTPS websites showing up as “Direct” traffic.
    Please read the below article to understand what you can do to ensure you receive the data you need in your Analytics –
    Google Analytics and the referral traffic issue
    The article also contains valuable information on the HTTPS roll out.

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