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The area boasts many attractions for tourists and walkers alike. Take in the view from the top of Skiddaw, Latrigg and Helvellyn, ramble through the Borrowdale or Newlands Valley or visit the impressive Castlerigg Stone Circle. Picnic on the banks of Derwentwater or Bassenthwaite Lake. Numerous activities are available from walking, cycling, mountain climbing, watersports, horseriding or for the less energetic enjoy lake cruises, take in the museums and art galleries, enjoy delicious afternoon teas and mouthwatering evening meals.
Windermere and Ambleside are both situated on the shores of Lake Windermere, the largest of the lakes in the Lake District National Park. Both villages are an ideal base from which to enjoy a family holiday with activities for the whole family including lake cruises, antique shops, museums, art galleries, tea rooms and much more. There are numerous bars and restaurants serving delicious meals, providing the perfect end to a day filled with adventure.
Ullswater is known as the most romantic lake in the Lake District, Keswick is only 15 minutes drive and Southern lakes is easily accessible over the dramatic Kirkstone Pass. The Rheged Centre is sure to entertain the whole family along with the many quaint villages dotted along Ullswater shore line and the Eden Valley. There are a number of water sports centres around the lake, hire a rowing or sailing boat and captain your own ship, or alternatively relax on the Ullswater Steamers whilst taking in the magnificent scenery.
Grasmere is one of Lakeland's most famous and visited villages, being a favourite walkers paradise. Found in the absolute heart of the National Park and well known as once being the home of Wordsworth. The picturesque village hosts a wealth of old buildings complete with cafe's, antique shops, Heaton Cooper art gallery, souvenir shops and quaint country inns. Langdale is a true walkers paradise and the dramatic scenery is best enjoyed from the top of one of the mountains making up the Langdale Horseshoe.
The South Lakes stretches from the tip of Lake Windermere, across to the market town of Kendal and down to the south coast of Cumbria. The scenery is a diverse mix of mountains and lakes, sandy beaches to the south and west and quieter country lanes ideal for cycling to the east. There are a wealth of shops, along with traditional Cumbrian inns serving local ales. The family is well catered for with boat launches, steam trains, aquariums, wildlife parks and much more.
Situated between the Lakes, The Dales and the Scottish Borders is a peaceful, less frequented haven enjoyed by cyclists, ramblers or those seeking peace and tranquility. The valley follows the River Eden from Appleby, famous for its horse fair, to the Solway Firth in the north through the historic City of Carlisle and Hadrian's Wall Country to the East. The traditional Cumbrian villages provide a warm and friendly welcome and most of the local inns serve excellent meals. The market town of Penrith, known locally as the gateway to the Lakes, is only a 10 minute drive from Lake Ullswater.
The capital of Cumbria, Carlisle, is an ideal base for those who like to combine the hustle and bustle of city life with the ability to get away from it all. Centrally located between the Scottish Borders, Solway Coast, Hadrian's Wall and the Lake District, this historic city is ideally placed to explore the whole of Cumbria with a wealth of activities on your doorstep. Hadrian's Wall continues to draw visitors from far and wide and offers magnificent scenery along route.