During your stay, why not visit Keswick Market. Set in the heart of the picturesque town centre, the market is open every Thursday (mid Feb-Dec) …
If you and yours were obsessed with Blue Planet, you’ll love our local Aquarium. Sea creatures, wildlife and insects all at close quarters.
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.
Low Sizergh Barn is a traditional Lakeland farm, south of Kendal, where you can eat, shop, walk and watch the cows being milked.
The Queen’s Head Hotel, Troutbeck Village, Ambleside. An iconic dog friendly pub with a warm welcome.
Nestled into the picturesque village of Cartmel, lies the charming Unsworth’s Yard. This delightful courtyard is home to a small number of local business, most …
The 2 Sisters have two cafes – one in Kendal town centre and one at Plumgarth’s roundabout on the A591 service delicious home made food all year round.
Chesters by the River is a bright, modern cafe and shop in a beautiful location right next to the River Brathay, near Ambleside.
Hawkshead Brewery have been brewing innovative, modern beers since 2002. Most of it is Real Ales, which are cask conditioned beers. They do also make …
The Mortal Man is a traditional Lakeland Pub in the Troutbeck valley just above Windermere.