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  • Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    our seven bedrooms are tastefully calmly decorated in the Country House style offering a high degree of comfort and relaxation Each bedroom has a view either to Skiddaw Blencathra or to Cat Bells Causey Pike Tea making facilities central heating clock radio TV and DVD player help to make your stay comfortable You may select a CD or DVD from our hotel collection to use during your stay We offer Super King Twin King Double or Standard Double bedded rooms all with ensuite facilities You can relax with Duck Island toiletries The ambience is calm relaxing pampering Fresh flowers are placed in the public rooms You will find a wide range of books from guide books through to history and fiction Also available are local maps and weather forecasts Lake District AA 2 Rosette restaurant at Swinside Lodge Within our AA 2 Rosette Restaurant we offer a fixed but daily changing 4 course dinner with individuals dietry requirements carefully catered for with each meal prepared where possible with the finest fresh locally sourced ingredients Soups breads and ice creams are just some of the home made delights that testify to the skills and dedication of our well respected chef Selections of fresh vegetables accompany the main course and each evening we offer a traditional hot pudding a cold dessert and a selection of fine Cumbrian cheeses Our chef has even been known to share a recipe We are recommended by Michelin as a very Pleasant Hotel Equal importance is given to the preparation of vegetarian dishes and those guests requiring special diets are happily catered for Aperitifs and canapés are offered before dinner and coffee or tea and petits fours will round off a memorable evening Dinner is incomplete without fine wine to complement our chef Clive Imber s delicious

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  • Troutbeck Inn Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    both residents non residents serving a choice of draft beers real ales a selection of wines Food is served daily lunch 12pm till 2pm serving snacks sandwiches hot dishes of the day Dinner is served from 6pm till 9pm from our a la carte menu which can be enjoyed in the bar lounge restaurant All food is prepared using the freshest local where poss ingredients by the chef partner of the business A carefully selected wine list accompanies the menu See sample menu Food at the Troutbeck can be enjoyed in the bar lounge restaurant areas dinner reservations are advisable All food is prepared using the freshest local where poss ingredients by the chef partner of the business A carefully selected wine list accompanies the menu together with a selection of real ales from the bar Self Catering In addition to our guest rooms we have three beautiful luxury cottages these are converted from former stables and are in the courtyard to the rear of the Inn Each cottage is extremely spacious with everything you need for a self catering holiday All three cottages are named after the fells that surround them both Blencathra and Saddlebck cottages have 2 bedrooms one double one twin then we have Little Mell Fell our romantic cottage for two These are available on a self catering basis but you can spoil yourselves and dine in our restaurant for lunch or dinner Blencathra sleeps four in a double room with ensuite and a twin bedded room with ensuite and has wonderful views of its namesake Saddleback sleeps four in a double room and a twin room with shared bathroom and again has wonderful views of its namesake Little Mell Fell our romantic cottage just for two Spacious kitchen and lounge with a large double bedroom

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  • Coniston Accommodation Lake District
    adequate turning space in the bedroom and handrails in the bathroom Room Features At A Glance Double Twin and Family Rooms Extra Beds and Cots Wheelchair Friendly Room on Ground Floor Lift to 1st floor All Rooms En Suite with Bath and or Shower Remote Control Colour TV Radio and Hairdryer Hospitality Tray Replenished Each Day With a friendly relaxed home from home feel the Waterhead Hotel makes the perfect retreat Relax in the comfortable lounge bar area with views across the hotel lawns down to the lake More Details One of the bedrooms is suitable for wheelchair users is on the ground floor and has adequate turning space in the bedroom and handrails in the bathroom All rooms are en suite with shower and or bath complimentary toiletries remote control colour TV and radio hairdryer and hospitality trays replenished daily Dogs are welcome at Waterhead Hotel and our grounds are perfect for walking them although they are not permitted in the public rooms Please let us know at time of booking if you will be bringing a dog Check in time is guaranteed from 2pm and rooms should be vacated on the day of departure by 11am We aim to accommodate all special requests and our housekeeping team will be on hand to help ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay Meeting and Conference Facilities At Waterhead Hotel we have one conference room that can cater for meetings for 4 to 50 delegates We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your individual needs and any special offers available at the time of your enquiry Restaurant The Mountain View restaurant looks out onto magnificent mountain scenery and offers excellent local cuisine Civil Wedding Ceremony The Waterhead Hotel can be booked 7 days a week for Civil functions please contact

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  • Coniston Accommodation Lake District
    catered for in the area and the owners and staff are on hand to offer advice and information on how to enjoy them to the full Fishing boating canoeing walking and pony trekking are all available on or around Coniston Water and those with energy to spare can tackle the climb up the 2 600 Old Man of Coniston The Ruskin Museum in the village celebrates the life and work of the Victorian artist John Ruskin and a short ferry trip across the Lake takes visitors to Brantwood Ruskin s home for the last 28 years of his life Bedrooms Eight centrally heated bedrooms with en suite tv and tea making facilities provide comfortable restful accommodation and an excellent Cumbrian breakfast starts the day Bar Dining Room In the bar and dining room fresh seasonal produce features on a varied menu that includes plenty of choice for vegetarians as well as children s dishes In addition an extended bar menu is offered daily between 12 noon and 9pm Things to do Fishing boating canoeing walking and pony trekking are all available on or around Coniston Water and those with energy to spare can tackle the climb up the 2 600

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  • Tell A Friend Lake District
    Below to send to a friend telling them about Lake District Let s Go and The beauty of The Lake District and why not tell them about Click2Visit com Complete the details below to send our link to your friends your name your email please enter your friend s email addresses email 1 email 2 email 3 The email that will be sent will contain your name Top Home Page

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  • Beatrix Potter Lake District
    cards of her pictures and eventually began making a book The book was to be The Tale of Peter Rabbit and was sent to Frederick Warne a well known publisher of children s books But it was returned and many other publishers also rejected it In 1901 she found a printer herself and he produced 250 copies of the book for a cost of 11 The books were then sold to doting aunts and uncles for their nephews nieces and to friends for a price of 1s 2d They sold well and more were produced Also another book was brought out named The Tailor of Gloucester in 1902 In this year Frederick Warne contacted Beatrix and said they would publish The Tale of Peter Rabbit if it could be published in colour Then several books followed The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin and The Tale of Benjamin Bunny In 1905 Norman Warne the son of the publisher whom she spent a lot of time with proposed to her Beatrix parents were upset at this but she went ahead and became engaged to him In doing so she disobeyed her parents for the first time During the summer of 1905 and a few weeks into their engagement he fell ill and died of leukemia Also in 1905 she used her earnings to buy Hill Top which was a farm in nearby Sawrey Here she would be able to escape to from London The next 8 years while based in London she kept herself occupied by writing more books The ideas came from Hill Top when visiting the farm In 1909 with her income beginning to grow she bought Castle Cottage a property just across the road from Hill Top using a solicitors at the W Heelis offices in Hawkshead which are now

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  • John Ruskin Lake District
    paint and to write poems about his travels Some of these travels have taken him around Europe When he was 17 he fell in love with Adele Domecq the daughter of his father s partner When this relationship failed it had a big effect on his future love life In 1836 he went to Oxford with his mother They stayed in lodgings close by but with his mother watching over him his social life was rather constrained His father gave him a generous allowance and in 1869 Ruskin was appointed Slade Professor of Fine Art at Oxford University Whilst at Oxford he began to collect paintings by Turner who was being condemned for his abstract style This led to the first volume of his great classic work Modern Painters which appeared in 1843 when Ruskin was 24 years old It proved to be a success although Turner was slightly embarrassed by the passionate defense from a young man Ruskin wrote books gave lectures collected and encouraged painters by purchasing their works with his private wealth He was a great friend of Rosetti Burne Jones and Millais In 1848 he married Effie Gray who was the daughter of a Scottish friend of his family This marriage came to an end in 1854 with Effie running off with Millais Ruskin had a relationship with a young girl called Rose La Touche He seemed to like young girls and was always writing letters to them and having intense relationships In 1871 he purchased Brantwood for the sum of one 1500 calling it dilapidated and dismal but he purchased it for it s excellent views Ruskin moved into the house with his cousin Joan Severn and began rebuilding Extra rooms were added one known as fancy bedroom tower He also purchased some of the

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  • William Wordsworth Lake District
    his father died and various uncles looked after Wordsworth His siblings returned to live with the relations in Penrith In 1787 he entered into St John s College Cambridge returning home to Hawkshead for his holidays and staying with Ann Dyson There is very little detail to mention of his days at St John s College Cambridge but he took his B A in 1791 During a summer vacation in 1790 Wordsworth went on a walking tour through revolutionary France and also travelled in Switzerland On his second journey to France Wordsworth had an affair with a French girl Agnate Vallon a daughter of a barber surgeon by whom he had a illegitimate daughter Anne Caroline The affair was the inspiration for the poem Vaudracour and Julia After his journeys Wordsworth had a number of unhappy years In 1795 he met Samuel Taylor Coleridge Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy lived in Racedown Somerset then later on in Alfoxden to be nearer Coleridge Encouraged by Coleridge and stimulated by the close contact with nature Wordsworth composed his first masterwork Lyrical Ballads which opened with Coleridge s Ancient Mariner In about 1798 he started to write large and philosophical autobiographical poetry completed in 1805 and published posthumously in 1850 under the title THE PRELUDE The long work described the poet s love of nature and his own place in the world order Dust as we are the immortal spirit grows Like harmony in music there is a dark Inscrutable workmanship that reconciles Discordant elements makes them cling together In one society Wordsworth spent the winter of 1798 1799 with Dorothy and Coleridge in Germany where he wrote several poems including the Lucy poems On arrival back from Germany in 1799 William and Dorothy decided to return to the Lake District Hawkshead for

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