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Egremont

From Bootle village, nestling between the fells and coastal plain, climb out onto the broad flank of the fells above. The sky, sea and fells meet at far horizons and the views are breathtaking.

Cycle Route: Bootle, Millstones

  • Miles: 14
 

Ullswater

Here’s the perfect small venue if you long to escape the rat race of wedding fair fuss and simply cherish your day. Let nature provide the décor with ravishing lakes, streams and hills all around you.

 

Barrow-in-Furness

Express Bar & Lounge serving International cuisine, ranging from pizza, pasta, burgers, sandwiches and a range of alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and coffee.

 

Wetheral

Surrounded by rolling farmland, Wetheral stretches along the River Eden, offering delightful countryside views. A market cross decorates the triangular village green, surrounded by 18th century houses of local sandstone.

 

Penrith

Cycle your way steadily westwards, marvelling at the increasingly dramatic views of high Lakeland fells which rise up steeply behind the villages of Mosedale and Mungrisdale.

Cycle Route: Sandgate, Penrith, Greystoke, Mungrisdale, Newton Reigny, Skelton

  • Miles: 31
 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

What better way to enjoy Pacific Street Food in the heart of the Lakes than with Live Music at BAHA.

 

Brampton

We offer a free local accommodation booking service to personal callers and operate the nationwide book-a-bed-ahead.

 

Caldbeck

Limestone gorge falls. Park near village pond in Caldbeck. Walk down hill to farm with 'Howk' on barn end, follow the path for a further 0.5 mile.

 

Arnside

Walk Route: Arnside-Lyth Valley-Cartmel-Coniston-Duddon Valley-Ravenglass

  • Miles: 75
 

Kendal

The Lyth and Winster valleys form a landscape of unspoilt pastoral delights - damson trees clustered in small orchards close to white-washed farmhouses, broadleaved woodlands brimming with bluebells and peaceful green undulating pastures.

 

Ullswater

Pooley Bridge straddles the River Eamont at the head of Ullswater. The town's two wide main streets are lined with greystone houses and a number of teashops, all overlooking the lake.

 

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Kirkby Stephen

Contemporary informal dining in the friendliest surroundings

 

Keswick

Located in Keswick, the home of the first pencil, visitors enter this museum through a replica graphite mine which would have served as the source of the pencil industry over three centuries ago.

 

Ulverston

Cycle Route: Ulverston-Coniston-Elterwater-Grasmere-Keswick-Threlkeld-Skiddaw-Bassenthwaite-Carlisle.

  • Miles: 72
 

Penrith

Arragons Cycle Centre is run by Phil & Sarah with the help of a dedicated team of Sales Staff and Cycle Technicians. The business has been in the family for 50 years, with Sarah's parents owning the shop previously.

 

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Bassenthwaite

Go wild & experience a world of wildlife! There's over 100 species from Anaconda to Zebra. Rare and endangered species like Gibbons and Asian Fishing Cats, plus family favourites like lemurs and Meerkats. A great day out for all the family.

 
 

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