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Grasmere

Make yourself comfortable in the former home of National Trust Founder, Canon Rawnsley. Only partially restored and decorated, this isn’t a typical National Trust experience.

 

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Windermere

The ideal way to explore the spectacular scenery of the Lake District. Mountain Goat provide full-day and half-day guided mini-coach tours where you can sit back and relax and enjoy some of the of the most stunning scenery in the UK.

 

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Windermere

Set in Bowness in the heart of the Lake District, this intimate little theatre produces a lively programme of professional drama, classical music, folk, comedy, lectures and film.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

Windermere Lake Cruises trace their origins back to Victorian days, steamers and launches carry over 1.6 million visitors each year. The steamers have saloons, promenade decks, teashops and licensed bars.

 

Coniston

Brantwood house is a registered museum. The 9 rooms that Ruskin used are open to the public. The Severn Studio presents a programme of quality art and craft exhibitions throughout the year.

 

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Kendal

Nestled in the market town of Kendal in the Lake District, Castle Green Hotel is a luxurious 4* wedding venue set within 14 acres of spectacular gardens and woodlands.

 

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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Windermere

Our store is light, bright, and home to thousands of can't-live-without kitchen products as well as solutions for all around the home, seasonal essentials and gifts.

 

Penrith

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

 

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Ravenglass

Welcome to Lakeland's oldest, longest and most scenic railway!

 

Penrith

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.

 

Newby Bridge

As you know, your wedding day needs a beautiful location and excellent timing. We can assure you of both.

 

Keswick

Join our Head Chef Chris Lyon and our restaurant team for an experience you wont forget.

  • Chef: Chris Lyon
 

Kendal

A great all-weather attraction featuring 2 maize mazes onsite. Quiz trails will keep you all entertained as you negotiate your way through the gigantic maize maze.

 

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Sawrey

Hill Top is a time capsule of Beatrix Potter's life. Full of her favourite things, the house appears as if Beatrix had just stepped out for a walk. Every room contains a reference to a picture in a 'Tale'.

 

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Grasmere

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

  • Chef: James Goodall
  • Covers: 40
 

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.

 

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Newby Bridge

Windermere Lake Cruises trace their origins back to Victorian days, steamers and launches carry over 1.35 million visitors each year. The steamers have saloons, promenade decks, teashops and licensed bars.

 
 

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