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Hawkshead

Hawkshead has flourished from its beginnings as a Medieval market town. Today Hawkshead, with its car-free village centre, is the perfect place for the visitor to experience the 'real' Lake District. This small village has a magical feel!

 

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Kirkby Lonsdale

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

 

Grange-over-Sands

Grange-over-Sands is Lakeland's Riviera. Cradled between the hills and the sea it has one of the mildest climates in the North of England. Last year the town was listed 2nd in a list of top ten seaside towns.

 

National Trust

Penrith

At the heart of the Eden Valley, with spectacular views to the Lake District, Acorn Bank is a tranquil haven with a walled garden and an outstanding medicinal and culinary herb collection. The restored watermill works most weekends.

 

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Ambleside

Speciality: Windermere Char when available.

  • Chef: Jane Binns
  • Covers: 64
 

Penrith

A day return on service 104, 108 or 508 and any lake cruise on Ullswater. Boat trip is valid from Pooley Bridge to Gelnridding or from Glenridding to Pooley Bridge. Online: www.ullswater-steamers.co.uk tel: 017684 82229

 

Lake District Foundation

Tebay

The Westmorland Hotel is one of Cumbria's most prestigious conference venues, located just 2 minutes from the M6. Flexible meeting space, serving delicious buffet menus using the finest local ingredients.

  • Beds: 51-100
  • Delegates: 75
 

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Brampton

Birdoswald stands high above a meander in the River Irthing, in one of the most picturesque settings on Hadrian's Wall. A Roman fort, turret and milecastle can all be seen on this excellent stretch of the Wall.

 

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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.

 

Newby Bridge

Walk with a traditional lakeland pack pony. From our base at the foot of Windermere we take families and groups on a one day adventure with our native Fell ponies following part of an old pack horse route through meadows, woods and fell

 

Cartmel

An exciting opportunity for Friesian lovers to get hands on experience of what it's like to ride and / or drive top quality Friesians in one of the most scenic parts of the country.

 

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Keswick

Take your adventure off road at a UK leading Trail Centre - Whinlatter, Keswick - Mountain Biking and eBiking. MTB rentals . Electric Bikes . Guides . Skills Coaching . MTB Specialist Shop . Repairs . An award winning experience.

 

Buttermere

At 172 ft the highest fall in Lakeland. Hidden in tree-lined cleft. 2.5 miles from Buttermere car park - follow signs to fall. Care needed in scrambling to foot of fall.

 

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Ambleside

Wray Castle is a mock-gothic Castle, on the western shore of Windermere. Empty of original furniture, this is a place for all the family to enjoy.

 

Langdale

Situated in Great Langdale on Whorneyside Fell, high upon the mountainside.

 

Penrith

Hay meadows, wet grassland, scrub, hedges, ponds and the beck provide homes for a wealth of wildlife. Although small in size, the reserve has a remarkable number of birds.

 
 

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