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Penrith

Of the many treasures waiting to be discovered in the Lake District, Lowther Castle is a particular gem....

 

Lake District FoundationMember of Cumbria Tourism

Grasmere

Tweedies Bar & Lodge is situated in the heart of Grasmere.

  • Chef: James Goodall
  • Covers: 40
 

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Kendal

With more than 750 years of history and centuries-old portraits sitting alongside modern family photographs, this medieval house certainly feels lived in; indeed it is still home to the Strickland family.

 

Green Tourism Silver Award

Ambleside

Our air-conditioned Brasserie is open to both residents and non-residents for Lunch & Dinner and our menus feature the finest fresh produce from the region.

 

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Ullswater

Chestnut House is a specialist food and drink store which carries 400 + gins and a wide range of quality food and drink.

 

Seascale

Seascale is a small coastal town in the Western Lake District. Situated between Whitehaven and Millom it is the perfect stop off when exploring this beautiful part of the Lake District.

 

Keswick

Thunderous cascades on the Western flanks of the Dodds, near St John's in the Vale and Thirlmere.

 

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.

 

Ulverston

Great cycling activities for all the family in the Lake District and Cumbria. With mountains and valleys, miles of mature forest, endless lake and coastal shores, the landscape of Cumbria makes an amazing place to go cycling.

Cycle Route: Ulverston, Netherhouses

  • Miles: 13
 

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Windermere

A Grade I listed building, Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House is a masterpiece of twentieth century design.

 

Millom

Remnants of five stone circles and two possible stone avenues, circles range from 14' to 60', one of them having contained a cremation.

 

Penrith

One mile east of Orton is the ancient Gamelands stone circle. One of the largest in Cumbria, all of its stones have fallen over so none are higher than one yard but they are 100 yards in circumference. Easy access.

 

Ambleside

Stunning waterfall falling approx 55 feet.Situated on the River Brathay.Great views from the falls. Limited parking by stream at bottom of hill. Less than 0.5 mile through oak woodland.

 

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.

 

Windermere

The Hillthwaite restaurant in Windermere offers creative English cuisine with a modern twist.

 

Windermere

Situated a minutes walk away from Windermere train station and only a mile and half away from the lake shores of Windermere.

 

Appleby-in-Westmorland

Cycle Route: Appleby-Melmerby-Gamblesby-Leadgate-Alston

  • Miles: 150
 
 

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