Wordsworth’s Rydal Mount:
Rydal Mount was William Wordsworth’s family home for 37 years.
He came to this lime-washed yeoman’s house in 1813 and lived here
I wandered lonely as a cloud:
Come and ‘wander lonely as a cloud’ and explore Cumbria’s literary heritage with a stay at Lothlorien.
Sarah Nelson’s Grasmere Gingerbread:
Grasmere Gingerbread Shop is next to the churchyard and you will definitely smell it before you see it.
The Coffin Route:
It’s highly likely that William Wordsworth and his family walked along this route from Rydal to Grasmere.
The path will have
Allan Bank National Trust
Allan Bank is a beautiful National Trust property on the edge of Grasmere.
Grasmere Village:The aggregation of lake, village, church, valley and mountainsGrasmere means ‘The lake with a grassy shore’.William Wordsworth described Grasmere as ‘the loveliest spot
Grasmere St Oswald’s Church:St Oswald’s Parish Church is in the pretty village of Grasmere on the banks of the Rothay.The church’s first appearance is