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Hawkshead Brewery and Beer Hall

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 lager and other keg beers.  The brewery is one of the many micro-breweries in Cumbria, and they hunt for hops all over the world, visiting farmers from the UK, Slovenia, …

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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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Keswick Market

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) and Saturday (year round). On offer is a wide selection of delicious local produce from breads, cheese, honey and pies. There is also an interesting array of gifts and crafts …

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Lakeland Motor Museum Limited

Lakeland Motor Museum has an impressive collection of 30,000 exhibits, which includes 140 classic cars and motorbikes covering road transport through the 20th Century, cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and ‘automobilia’. There’s a large indoor exhibition including Campbell Bluebird Displays, Authentic Automobilia and then take a trip down memory lane with recreated scenes of a 1920’s …

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Hawkshead Brewery and Beer Hall

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 lager and other keg beers.  The brewery is one of the many micro-breweries in Cumbria, and they hunt for hops all over the world, visiting farmers from the UK, Slovenia, …

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The Mortal Man

The Mortal Man is a traditional Lakeland Pub in the Troutbeck valley just above Windermere.

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The Lakes Distillery

Visit the award-winning Lakes Distillery where you can taste and buy English, Whisky, Gin and Vodka. See how the spirits are made on a distillery tour.

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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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Keswick Market

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) and Saturday (year round). On offer is a wide selection of delicious local produce from breads, cheese, honey and pies. There is also an interesting array of gifts and crafts …

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Fell Foot Park

Fell Foot is a lovely park right on the southern end of Windermere, great for lounging on a summer’s day; watersports; having a paddle or a picnic or a brisk winter’s walk.

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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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Armitt Museum and Library, Ambleside

The Armitt Museum in Ambleside is a unique combination of museum, library and gallery.

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Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House

Blackwell is a beautiful example of the Arts & Crafts movement, overlooking Lake Windermere. It has regularly changing exhibitions, shop and cafe and an outside space.

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Lakeland Motor Museum Limited

Lakeland Motor Museum has an impressive collection of 30,000 exhibits, which includes 140 classic cars and motorbikes covering road transport through the 20th Century, cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and ‘automobilia’. There’s a large indoor exhibition including Campbell Bluebird Displays, Authentic Automobilia and then take a trip down memory lane with recreated scenes of a 1920’s …

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