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The George and Dragon is a stylish country inn with a cosy bar, lovely restaurant and comfortable bedrooms - ideally located on the edge of the Lake District, in a lesser known part of Cumbria.


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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.



Set in the heart of the old Lakeland village under the towering crags of Coniston Old Man and close to Coniston Water, the tourist information centre is a superb “shop window” for Coniston and its surroundings. Purpose built by The Lake


Adventure Activities Licensing Authority


You can go Canoeing, Rock Climbing, Gorge Walking, Sailing, Mountain Biking, Abseiling, Kayaking, Scrambling and do Archery, most are in or near Coniston.



Set on the shores of Esthwaite Water is the beautiful village of Near Sawrey, without doubt best known for the legacy of Beatrix Potter. Nearby Far Sawrey lies in rolling farmland and wooded hillsides by lake Windermere.


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


Lake District Foundation


Adventure in the High trees! The UK's first Aerial Netting adventure park.


Member of Cumbria Tourism


TransPennine Express run regular services to Carlisle, Penrith and Oxenholme, for the Lake District, from Manchester Airport, Manchester, Liverpool, Preston, Glasgow and Edinburgh.



Near Satterthwaite, Grizedale, Ambleside. Known locally as Force Forge. In open woodland. Park at Forest car park at Blind Lane.



The Rawnsley Centre and The Rawnsley Suite provide a wide variety of spaces suitable for many uses in the centre of Keswick. From a small meeting space suitable for charity or business meetings to large halls that can seat over 300 people.



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


Three stone circles and two smaller settings of boulders 12' across. Inside one of the circles was a series of cremations, one in a collared urn. The cirlces are located just behind ther village of Ainstable near Carlisle.



The shoulder of Black Combe summit is hunched between the Irish sea and the high mountains of the Lake District fells.

Cycle Route: Silecroft, millstones, Bootle

  • Miles: 9


Egremont is a traditional market town in the centre of the Western Lake District. Whilst there, discover Egremont's treasures: the illuminated Norman Castle and grounds.



Situated on the western fells near Ennerdale, Pillar is the 11th largest mountain in the area.


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