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  • Mountain Scenes Kendal Accommodation Lake District
    Luxury Hotels Blackpool View My Stats Terms Conditions of Use Advertisers Terms Conditions Disclaimer Privacy Policy Copyright Policy Lake District Lets Go Copyright of Click2Visit Ltd and its suppliers All

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/mountain_scenes.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Wigton Hotels Guest Houses Self Catering
    Caravanning Pets Welcome Up to 70 off hotel rooms Disabled Facilities Information Book Online Wedding Venue Further Information Please mention Lake District Lets Go when making your Enquiry or Booking Hotels Terms Conditions of Use Advertisers Terms Conditions Disclaimer Privacy

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  • Windermere Lake Cruises Lake District UK and Cumbria
    shoreline to the high tops Taking a Windermere Cruise allows you to take advantage of the attractions on route such as the Lakeside Haverthwaite Railway Aquarium Fell Foot Park Brockhole visitor centre a visit to Ambleside and its shops situated a short distance away from Waterhead There are a various number of cruises that can be taken all offering something different thus making it an enjoyable experience for the passenger by offering certain packages which can incorporate the various attractions There are a number of discovery walks close to Lake Windermere which are all connected to Windermere Lake Cruises network The walk guides can be purchased at the various piers or onboard the steamers or launches Onboard there are coffee shops that sell a variety of refreshments including sandwiches scones confectionery draught and bottled beers wines and spirits are all available on the steamers and launches Evening cruises and Jass Buffett cruises operate during the summer season Winner of the 2003 Cumbria for Excellence Award Large Tourist Attraction of the year It is advisable to contact Windermere Lake Cruises prior to your visit if there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations have been made to the

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  • Lake District UK and Cumbria Museums and Galleries
    ATTRACTION The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction can be found in Windermere The attraction as won a number of awards and is One of the Top Ten most Popular Visitor Centres and the centre is a place for all the family young and old Within the centre you will discover Peter Rabbit Jemima Puddle Duck and all their friends in a magical indoor recreation of Beatrix Potter classic tales with the sights sounds and also the smells of the countryside You will be able to see Mrs Tiggy winkle in the Kitchen go past Jeremy Fisher s Pond and even walk through Squirrel Nutkin s Old Oak Tree Also at the centre you will be able to learn more about Beatrix Potter s life in the Hidden Beatrix Potter s presentation and video wall Take a break in the Tailor of Gloucester Tea Rooms and then a visit to shop where you can browse and purchase top quality Beatrix Potter merchandise It is advisable to contact Beatrix Potter Attraction prior to your visit if there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations have been made to the Opening times and the attraction itself Disclaimer Further information and

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  • Hill Top Beatrix Potter Lake District Hawkshead
    the countryside animals and the various items that could be found The pictures she painted for the tales of Jemima Puddle Duck Tom Kitten and Samuel Whiskers all show pictures of Hill Top and also her other classic tales also feature paintings from Sawrey and the areas nearby When Beatrix Potter married William Heelis in 1913 who was a solicitor with offices in Hawkshead moved into a cottage called Castle Cottage and Hill Top then became her studio study and a place to relax Known now as Mrs Heelis woman farmer she began to devote more time to the sheep farming and purchasing more farms with most of the farms being close to Sawrey While doing this she was working closely with the National Trust and Cannon H Rawnsley a good friend whom was one of the co founders of the National Trust When Beatrix Potter died in 1943 leaving all her farms to the Trust so that they could benefit the people from around the world and also being preserved Beatrix did stipulate that Hill Top should never be lived in again and that the house remained as it was along with the furnishings being untouched as they had

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  • Windermere Steamboats and Museum Lake District
    English Tourist Board Within the museum you will learn about the history behind the steamboats on display and also the history behind the people that used the lake from the Romans to the Industrial Revolution The Windermere Nautical Trust are able to display the key stages in the development of steam launches on Windermere On display is the oldest steam power boat S L Dolly showing the earliest application of steam power which was salvaged after being sixty seven 67 years on a lake bed T S S Y Esperance and SL Branksome symbolise the development and ultimate refinement of steamboats The Esperance can be found in Arthur Ransome s classic children s novel Swallows Amazons as Captain Flint s houseboat with an exhibition of Swallows Amazons on display In the Wetdock you can view around fifteen 15 boats with most of them being in working order Also within the building you will find displays of Windermere speed craft and Beatrix Potter s rowing boat and close by a shop with a well stocked range of books souvenirs and information on the displays If you feeling thirst and hungry there is a tea room serving hot cold drinks with a selection of delicious savoury snacks and cakes an outside picnic area by the lake and a model boat pond Why not take a ride extra charge on the public steamboat trips the Osprey built in 1902 and Swallow built in 1911 with each boat taking 12 passengers that lasts around Fifty 50 minutes and onboard you served with tea coffee and biscuits The trips are available throughout the season weather permitting alternatively our classic Victorian launch Water Viper is used Private charters can be arranged for special occasions with catering optional and to suit all tastes There is also a

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  • The Lake District Visitor Centre Brockhole
    at BROCKHOLE Brockhole Situated on the shores of Lake Windermere between Windermere and Ambleside on the A591 The visitor centre is owned by the Lake District National Park Authority since 1969 with its purpose to help visitors to enjoy and appreciate England s largest National Park The large house was built in 1899 for a wealthy businessman which is set in thirty two 32 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds to the shore of the Lake Windermere Within the centre you will find plenty of events taking place from the Easter Eggstravaganza in April Waterlife Festival in May even a Roman Invasion The children are also catered for with various activities and an adventure playground Lake Cruises are available on Lake Windermere and also organised guided walks Interactive exhibitions on two 2 floors with audio visual on Lakeland Living Information Centre Gift and Book Shop and a Cafe that overlooks the gardens and Lake Windermere It is advisable to contact the Visitor Centre prior to your visit if there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations have been made to the Opening times and the attraction itself Disclaimer Further information and details on opening times costs and

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  • Townend Historical House Lake District UK
    situated on a fellside near to Troutbeck a delightful village close to Windermere and Ambleside with the house being owned by the National Trust Townend is a fine example of a largely 17th Century Lakeland yeoman farmer s house with its tall cylindrical chimneys slate roof oak mullioned windows and lime rendered stonework Across the road you will see the wool barn with its spinning gallery which was used to store the fleeces and is still in agricultural use today The Browne family lived in the house until 1943 they were wealthy yeoman farmers Within the house you will find oak panelling and furniture which as been carved by a member of the family or another books papers and domestic implements from the years gone by There is no refreshments but they can be found in the village The above 2 pictures are Credited and are the Copyright of the National Trust and reproduced with Permission It is advisable to contact Townend prior to your visit if there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations have been made to the Opening times and the attraction itself Disclaimer Further information and details on opening times costs and facilities

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