The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. It was in this …
Brockhole Visitor centre is a great family attraction, right on the shores of Windermere, with lots to do inside and out, and has a shop and cafe. Enjoy the gardens, have a bite to eat or get an adrenaline rush on Tree Top Trek or Nets; or maybe hire a canoe or a bike and go exploring.
Partial to the odd history lesson? Then, why not head inside Muncaster Castle, to marvel in its grand architecture and original decor.
The Puzzling Place, is not just any old museum, but a mind boggling experience, that will provoke even the most observant eyes to blink twice!
Ambleside Climbing Wall/Adventure Peaks is a great option if you’re a beginner or a pro climber and want to get some practise in – perhaps on a rainy day.
Hidden amongst dense woodland, along the peaceful shores of Derwent Water – The Lingholm estate was the former holiday home of writer and illustrator, Beatrix Potter.
The best Via Ferrata in the UK! Set in England’s last remaining working slate mine, in the heart of the Lake District between Borrowdale and …
Rookin House Troutbeck is a well established equestrian and outdoor activity centre, situated 4 miles from Ullswater and 8 miles from Keswick and Penrith.
The Mortal Man is a traditional Lakeland Pub in the Troutbeck valley just above Windermere.
Low Sizergh Barn is a traditional Lakeland farm, south of Kendal, where you can eat, shop, walk and watch the cows being milked.