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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.



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


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



Holme Wood, owned by the National Trust. The fells on the lake's southern shore are thickly wooded, the name itself derives from the Old Norse for 'leafy lake'.


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A vast range of courses led by hand picked tutors, many leading their fields. Crafts of textiles, silver, glass, willow, sculpture, cookery, paint, bush craft such as longbow making, whittling, cob ovens, forging, stone carving & much more



Nestled in a wooded valley in the far west of the Lake District.



Grasmere is perhaps best known as the home of William Wordsworth. Set alongside Grasmere Lake, Grasmere is shrouded by a panorama of fells and mountains that provide the atmosphere so beloved of Wordsworth and the Romantic poets.


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Speciality: Windermere Char when available.

  • Chef: Jane Binns
  • Covers: 64


Home to one of the largest gull colonies in Europe, more than 30000 pairs. There are large numbers of breeding Eider ducks, with close views of eggs, nests and chicks from May to July.


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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.



Short - Easy (6.2km)/ Off-road and Bridleway. Family Route

Cycle Route: Windermere Ferry, Harrowslack, Wray Castle

  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Miles: 7

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The Wild Boar lies in the heart of the Gilpin Valley and boasts a reputation for rustic and flavoursome dishes. Priding themselves on exceptional, friendly service and a cosy olde world ambience.



This is the best way we can find to this well-known beauty spot by bike. Climbs up into Grizedale Forest on forest road where very fine views start to unfurl.

Cycle Route: Tarn Hows Circuit, Near Consiton

  • Access: X30 bus, X53 bus take 2 bikes each
  • Miles: 9

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Providing bespoke outdoor activities and development in the Lake District. Activities include Ghyll Scrambling, Canoeing, Rock Climbing and Team building.


Cleator Moor

The Whitehaven to Ennerdale cycle path transports you from Cleator Moor to the tranquil shores of Ennerdale Water with increasingly splendid views of the craggy fells that surround it.

Cycle Route: Cleator Moor, Kirkland, Croasdale

  • Miles: 17


Crummock Water has unparalleled views. At 2.5 miles long, it is a clear, rocky bottomed lake flanked by steep fellsides of Skiddaw slate.



A special day requires a special place and at Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa we understand this well.


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