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Green Tourism Silver Award


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.



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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What better way to enjoy Pacific Street Food in the heart of the Lakes than with Live Music at BAHA.



Located in 22 acres of beautiful gardens on the shore of Ullswater Lake in a World Heritage site.



Penrith Castle was begun at the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville, who played a key role in defending this area against the Scots.



Short length - Challenge (15km)/Off road

Cycle Route: Langdale, Coniston, Langdale

  • Miles: 9

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A range of outdoor activities offered through our sister company Windermere Canoe Kayak



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



Cycle Route: Ulverston-Coniston-Elterwater-Grasmere-Keswick-Threlkeld-Skiddaw-Bassenthwaite-Carlisle.

  • Miles: 72


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


Coniston Water is located in the centre of the Lake District National Park under the gaze of Coniston Old Man, popular with fell walkers.



Buttermere is a peaceful lake located in the western corner of the Lake District and surrounded by an impressive, rugged landscape.



LDNP property. Deep and narrow gorge on Stanley Ghyll. Turning to falls marked after Eskdale vicarage. National Trust car park. About 1.5 miles along lane into wood and then upstream. Walk branches up steps to right. EXTREME CARE NEEDED.



Eskdale is an inspiring Lake District valley of mountain, crags, river and forest with England's highest mountain - Scafell Pike at its head. Famous for the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, transporting passengers from the valley to the sea.



In a ravine behind The Lodore Falls Hotel. This 40 ft fall is surrounded by woods and crags. Parking 0.5 mile from entrance to falls behind Hotel or take launch down Derwentwater. On property owned by hotel - small charge for access.



Double Circle of stones surrounding cremations in urns (removed). 'Platform' cairn, small barrows, Romano-British farmsteads.


Duddon Valley

The Duddon Valley offers unrivalled walking with spectacular views - on the fells, through forest and woodland and along the river bank. There are a host of footpaths to explore where you can park up and picnic or go for a paddle.


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