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Winter Day Trip including a Lake Cruise in the Southern Lake District from Windermere
"On leaving the Lakeland village of Windermere the tour heads to the medieval village of Hawkshead which dates back to the 14th Century and grew to be an important wool trading market. During free time there is the opportunity to explore the village famously linked to William Wordsworth who attended Hawkshead Grammar School and childrens author Beatrix Potter who lived nearby. The tour heads onwards to the picturesque tarn of Tarn Hows where you will have chance to admire the view of the tarn with the Lakeland Fells as the dramatic backdrop. Continuing towards the lakeside village of Coniston the Mini-Coach provides a great view down the Yewdale Valley. Travelling through the Coniston area you will hear about the famous World Water Speed reco you may even see a glimpse of Yew Tree Farm which was used in the film Miss Potter as Beatrix Potter's home.The tour takes in the highlights of the Langdales
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Lake District Tour from Windermere: Ten Lakes in One Winter Day
"Meet your guide at Windermere Tourist Information Center and board your coach for your day of sightseeing around the Lake District. As you travel listen to your guide talking about the scenic region and its many natural landmarks. Open space and a lack of pollution mean that the area is popular with lovers of the great outdoors and hikers are as much of a feature of the landscape as its photogenic meres and mountains.Travel around Lake Windermere the most famous body of water in the Lake District and then stop to stretch your legs in the charming village of Ambleside with its rural pubs and independent shops. Have your camera at hand for impressive lakeside shots at Rydal Water and continue to Grasmere
From GBP30.00
 
Winter Day Trip including a Lake Cruise in the Southern Lake District from Windermere
"On leaving the Lakeland village of Windermere the tour heads to the medieval village of Hawkshead which dates back to the 14th Century and grew to be an important wool trading market. During free time there is the opportunity to explore the village famously linked to William Wordsworth who attended Hawkshead Grammar School and childrens author Beatrix Potter who lived nearby. The tour heads onwards to the picturesque tarn of Tarn Hows where you will have chance to admire the view of the tarn with the Lakeland Fells as the dramatic backdrop. Continuing towards the lakeside village of Coniston the Mini-Coach provides a great view down the Yewdale Valley. Travelling through the Coniston area you will hear about the famous World Water Speed reco you may even see a glimpse of Yew Tree Farm which was used in the film Miss Potter as Beatrix Potter's home.The tour takes in the highlights of the Langdales
From GBP30.00

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Vinegar Jones

There are many fabulous places to eat in Bowness, but on a warm summer's evening nothing beats eating fish and chips sitting on the shores of the Lake.Vinegar Jones sells the best fish & chips I have...
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Bodega Bar

Unusual little tapas place set back on a tiny, tiny street (reminded me of Whitby or York) this is two or even three different places in one. The area that we sat in was mostly set aside for eating...
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Crook Road,, Bowness-On-Windermere, LA23 3JA, uk
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Lyth Valley Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3JP, United Kingdom
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Back Belsfield Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, Lake District, LA23 3HH, United Kingdom
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Windermere, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 1LW, United Kingdom
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Kendal Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, Lake District, LA23 3EL, United Kingdom
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Things to Do Near Bowness-on-Windermere

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Kendal Castle

There are actually two castles in Kendal. The first castle, known as Castle Howe, was built in the west on a site now called 'Beast Banks' and probably the site of a Roman signal station, was...
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Castlerigg Stone Circle

According to English Heritage, "Castlerigg is perhaps the most atmospheric and dramatically sited of all British stone circles, with panoramic views and the mountains of Helvellyn and High Seat as a...
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Lancaster City Museum

We did not have time to visit Lancaster City Museum, which is situated in Market Square. It occupies a building which was once Lancaster's Town Hall. It was built in 1783 and designed by Major Thomas...
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The Rum Story

In Whitehaven you can visit The Rum Story, This is a great museum that tells the history of Whitehaven, The Jefferson Family, their links with the Slave Trade and the Rum Trade – a Great Day out For...
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