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Windermere

The laid-back ‘Gilpin Spice’ has an open kitchen serving tapas-style pan-Asian dishes inspired by countries along the spice trail – spanning the Philippines, the Indian sub-continent, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan and China.

Speciality: Passionate about using the finest ingredients, with local/organic suppliers where possible.

 

Borrowdale

From above the shores of Derwentwater, Borrowdale presents an impressive picture - high peaks reflected in the lovely lake. The valley is a paradise for all walkers with low and high routes to suit all tastes.

 

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.

 

Keswick

Not only is the Scafell Hotel in one of the most stunning locations in the Lake District, but great food, great wine, great beer and of course great service make us an eating destination.

  • Chef: Chris Dougan
 

Penrith

Gateway Tourist Information Centre providing an extensive range of information and services to people visiting Penrith, The Eden Valley and the surrounding region.

 

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

 

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Coniston

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

 

Ulverston

Gillam's is a high class, traditional tearoom located in a beautifully restored 18th century building in the bustling market town of Ulverston.

 

Millom

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

 

Kirkby Lonsdale

Circle has a diameter of 60' and stands on a flattened mound or platform. There are 20 uprights, none more than 2' high and suggesting perhaps the kerb of a destroyed cairn.

 

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Hawkshead

Grizedale Forest is in the heart of the Lake District between lakes Windermere and Coniston. Activities range from gentle walks, to bike riding, swinging through the trees on GoApe or enjoying a leisurely meal in the Cafe in the Forest

 

Penrith

Early antiquarians describe an avenue of stones at Shap extending for more than a mile in length. A short distance south of Shap village, the Kemp Howe stone circle, unfortunately it has been cut into by the railway line.

 

Alston

Walk Route: Dufton-Garrigill-Alston-Slaggyford

  • Miles: 270
 

Bassenthwaite

The village of Bassenthwaite lies around 1 mile east of Bassenthwaite Lake. The lake is the most northerly of the lakes and is also one of the largest but the quietest in the Lake District, it is also home to it's own sailing club.

 

Keswick

Michelin Star, cosy gourmet getaway nestled in Whinlatter Forest, serving delicious food using the finest ingredients from Cumbria and further afield.

 

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Kendal

Winner of the Art Gallery of the Year Cumbria Life Culture Awards 2017, Abbot Hall Art Gallery is a Grade 1 listed building with a national reputation for showing contemporary and historical works.

 
 

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