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Keswick

Using all our 15 years’ worth of experience worth of building climbing walls we’ve created a dedicated climbing centre that aims to suit everyone’s needs!

 

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Keswick

One lush green forest and a healthy dollop of breathtaking scenery; a smattering of tree-top high wires, tricky crossings and wind-in-your-face zip wires. Whinlatter is the highest Go Ape course in the country, at 360 metres above sea level

 

Eskdale

Cycle Route: Eskdale-Ravenglass

  • Duration: 1.5-2 hours
  • Miles: 13
 

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Penrith

At the heart of the Eden Valley, with spectacular views to the Lake District, Acorn Bank is a tranquil haven with a walled garden and an outstanding medicinal and culinary herb collection. The restored watermill works most weekends.

 

Penrith

Hi, I'm Paul Kendall, a retired accountant. I write books for a living, primarily to keep the wolves from the door.

 

Ambleside

Stunning waterfall falling approx 55 feet.Situated on the River Brathay.Great views from the falls. Limited parking by stream at bottom of hill. Less than 0.5 mile through oak woodland.

 

Langdale

At 964m Scafell is the second highest peak in England and offers stunning views over Wastwater to the west and the Langdale Pikes to the east.

 

Cumbria Tourism Awards Winner

Kendal

We have facilities for ceremonies for up to 250 guests and 22 spacious bedrooms including several luxurious staterooms.

 

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Bowness-on-Windermere

The World of Beatrix Potter™ Attraction in Bowness-on-Windermere is a vibrant visitor centre offering a unique experience for all the family. Explore a magical world where all 23 enchanting tales are brought to life.

 

Coniston

Coniston village is located adjacent to Coniston water and underneath the majestic Coniston Fells of which Coniston Old Man is the most famous. Coniston is a good centre for walkers and climbers. There are numerous places to eat and drink.

 

Longtown

Longtown, with its attractive 18th century bridge, makes a good starting point for walks along the River Esk through the surrounding countryside. The Solway Firth close by, is popular with birdwatchers looking for wading birds and wildfowl

 

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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.

 

Newby Bridge

Funky electric two-seater available for hire by the hour. Letting you explore the Lake District like you've never done before. All this whilst knowing that you aren't polluting the area.

 

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Windermere

Booths is a family owned and operated independent supermarket with over 160 years tradition of quality food & drink retailing.

 

Barrow-in-Furness

Cycle Route: Walney-Barrow-Ulverston-Cartmel-Oxenholme-Orton-Kirkby Stephen-Bowes-Barnard Castle-Bishop Auckland-Durham-Sunderland

  • Miles: 160
 

Langdale

Located to the south of Grasmere and to the west of Lake Windermere, Elterwater boasts fantastic views of the nearby Langdale Pikes in the heart of the Lake District.

 

Egremont

There’s no prettier setting for a classic country wedding than Melmerby. This 17C manor house is set in magnificent grounds with a walled garden, archery lawn and a valley of ancient trees leading down to a tributary of the River Eden.

 
 

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