Alfred Wainwright – A Lakeland Legend:In June 1930, a 23-year old Blackburn man strolled up Orrest Head near Windermere.At the top, he caught the
Come and ‘wander lonely as a cloud’ and explore Cumbria’s literary heritage with a stay at Lothlorien.From your base in Kents Bank, just outside Grange-over-Sands
The Watery World At Lakes Aquarium:Lakeside is 2 miles north of Newby Bridge at the southern end of Windermere.It has a large hotel –
During the winter months at Lakeside, the boats belonging to Windermere Lake Cruises are taken out of service for their marine equivalent of an MoT.Once
Windermere’s Brand New MV Swift took to the waters of Windermere recently.
Windermere Lake Cruises’ brand-new 300-seat MV Swift embarked on its maiden voyage last
The Temple of Naval Heroes:
Storrs Temple is also known as ‘Temple of Naval Heroes’.
It sits at the end of a stone causeway
Fell Foot Park – National Trust:
Fell Foot Park is a great, family-friendly location at the southern end of Windermere near Newby Bridge.
Visit Charming Townend, Windermere:
Townend was home to the Browne family for 400 years before it was given to the National Trust in 1943.
Claife Viewing Station is an attraction well worth a visit and not too far from Lothlorien.
Set on a rocky hillside overlooking Windermere, this
The Windermere Ferry is the only way to get from one side of the lake to the other (rather than travel all the way