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Kendal

Booths is a family owned and operated independent supermarket with over 160 years tradition of quality food & drink retailing.

 

Keswick

Using all our 15 years’ worth of experience worth of building climbing walls we’ve created a dedicated climbing centre that aims to suit everyone’s needs!

 

Bowness-on-Solway

The coastal village of Bowness on Solway is charming mix of pretty traditional Cumbrian cottages, house and farms, hugging the shoreline of the Solway Firth - part of the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Beauty.

 

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Windermere

Booths is a family owned and operated independent supermarket with over 160 years tradition of quality food & drink retailing.

 

Eskdale

LDNP property. Deep and narrow gorge on Stanley Ghyll. Turning to falls marked after Eskdale vicarage. National Trust car park. About 1.5 miles along lane into wood and then upstream. Walk branches up steps to right. EXTREME CARE NEEDED.

 

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Kirkby Stephen

The famous Coast to Coast Packhorse has eased the way for thousands of walkers from all over the world for several years.

 

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Whitehaven

Situated on Whitehaven's historic Georgian harbour, the Beacon Museum traces the social, industrial and maritime heritage of the area, using local characters, audio-visual displays and fascinating museum pieces.

 

Windermere

Set in an elevated position and overlooking Lake Windermere, sits Merewood, a stunning 4-star country house hotel with two AA rosettes for culinary excellence.

  • Beds: 20
  • Delegates: 120
 

Newby Bridge

Sitting on the southern tip of Windermere with views up the lake to the fells beyond, this family-friendly park is the perfect place for playing, having a picnic or getting out on the water.

 

Alston

The high rolling hills of Alston Moor separate two deep valleys which hold the upper reaches of the River South Tyne and the waters of the River Nent.

Cycle Route: Nenthead, Alston, Garrigill

  • Miles: 18
 

Ulverston

Ulverston now has a Visitor Information Point, which is staffed by friendly volunteers Thursday, Friday and Saturday. When it is not staffed information is available for visitors to pick up. The market hall is however closed on Wednesdays.

 

Loweswater

Loweswater is a small hamlet situated between Loweswater and Crummock waters. It is home to The Kirkstile Inn which has been providing food and shelter for some 400 hundred years, and now has it's very own brewery.

 

Hawkshead

Surrounded by rolling fells in the heart of the Lake District, Esthwaite Water lies between Coniston Water and Lake Windermere.

 

Kirkby Stephen

A secluded and tranquil railway cutting and embankment where a wealth of wildflowers can be seen in the summer along with many species of butterfly.

 

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Windermere

We are one of the longest established specialist outdoor activity providers in the Lake District. We think we have something that will suit nearly everyone and if we don’t we’ll link you to someone who has.

 

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Ulverston

Based, in a shed, in the lovely market town of Ulverston, we're producing small batch, big flavour gins. Smooth enough to be sipped, bold enough to be mixed.

 
 

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