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Kendal

The Lyth and Winster valleys form a landscape of unspoilt pastoral delights - damson trees clustered in small orchards close to white-washed farmhouses, broadleaved woodlands brimming with bluebells and peaceful green undulating pastures.

 

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Kendal

Levens Hall is an Elizabethan mansion built around a 13thC Pele tower. The much loved home of the Bagot family, visitors often comment on the warm and friendly atmosphere.

 

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

 

Keswick

This mountain is one of the oldest formations in the Lake District (and indeed in Europe) and provides a variety of gentle ascents for even the most inexperienced walker. Skiddaw overlooks the popular market town of Keswick.

 

Whitehaven

Cycle Route: Workington-Whitehaven-Cockermouth-Loweswater-Lorton-Braithwaite-Keswick-Threlkeld-Greystoke-Penrith-Langwathby-Kirkoswald-Melmerby-Alston-Garrigill-Nenthead

  • Miles: 140
 

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Penrith

Traditional British baking and meals all cooked or baked from scratch on the premises

Speciality: Lunch

  • Chef: Daniel Dinham
  • Covers: 200
 

Carlisle

Hadrian's Wall is a spectacular World Heritage Site, marching 73 miles from sea to sea across some of the wildest and most dramatic country in England.

 

Bowness-on-Windermere

Lindeth Howe’s 2AA rosette restaurant is as popular with residents of nearby Bowness-on-Windermere, as it is with visitors to the Lake District, and our hotel guests, who come to enjoy the activities & delights of Lake Windermere.

 

Kendal

From the Brigsteer Road west of Kendal. Hire a bike or hike from Kendal - parking is limited.

 

Seascale

Three circles and nine small cairns. The south circle is 104' across, the north-west is 72' with a low central cairn. The third is immediately north of the second, it is 24' across and also encloses a small cairn.

 

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

 

Penrith

Cycle Route: Penrith-Skelton-Dalston-Carlisle

  • Miles: 213
 

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.

 

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Kendal

Award winning Climbing Centre, the largest in the Lake District boasting the tallest indoor wall in the country at 25m, Europe's first indoor Via Ferrata and Kendal CrazyClimb. Fun for everyone!

 

Alston

Walk Route: Dufton-Garrigill-Alston-Slaggyford

  • Miles: 270
 

National Trust

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.

 
 

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