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Grasmere Gingerbread®

“Quite simply the best gingerbread in the world” with a statement like that we recommend you try this delicious treat. It was invented in 1854 in the little village of Grasmere by Victorian cook Sarah Nelson. Sarah sold the gingerbread to villagers and tourists from a tree stump just outside her front door. News of …

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Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum

The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. It was in this little cottage, at times ‘crammed edge full’ with people, in the heart of the remote Lake District, that William Wordsworth wrote some of the greatest poetry in the English language …

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Muncaster Castle

Partial to the odd history lesson? Then, why not head inside Muncaster Castle, to marvel in its grand architecture and original decor.

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Coniston Launch

Coniston Launch has been sailing on Coniston Water since 1992, and offers different cruise options to explore this beautiful area.

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Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

All on board the L’all Ratty for a ride along one of the longest and narrowest guage railways in the country!

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Grizedale Visitor Centre

Grizedale Forest is in the heart of the Lake District, between Windermere & Coniston. A peaceful and beautiful setting for walks, mountain biking, sculpture trails and a high-ropes Go Ape experience.

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Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway

A historic steam railway dating back to the 1850s. Go back in time and enjoy the experience of a beautiful authentic steam engine winding its way through the Lake District countryside.

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The Puzzling Place, Keswick

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!

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Grasmere Gingerbread®

“Quite simply the best gingerbread in the world” with a statement like that we recommend you try this delicious treat. It was invented in 1854 in the little village of Grasmere by Victorian cook Sarah Nelson. Sarah sold the gingerbread to villagers and tourists from a tree stump just outside her front door. News of …

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Lingholm Estate and Kitchen

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.

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Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum

The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. It was in this little cottage, at times ‘crammed edge full’ with people, in the heart of the remote Lake District, that William Wordsworth wrote some of the greatest poetry in the English language …

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Rookin House Activity Centre

Rookin House Troutbeck is a well established equestrian and outdoor activity centre, situated 4 miles from Ullswater and 8 miles from Keswick and Penrith.

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