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  • Hartleys Beech Cafe Lake District
    we have a café which can provide you with a relaxing place to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a snack Click on the Ice Cream Cone above and you will be connected directly to our web site for a complete tour of our company History of Hartley s Hartley s Ice Cream is a long established business first started in the early 1930s It was founded by a gentleman by the name of Grayson Hartley who used to sell the Ice Cream from a motorbike and sidecar His son Billy Hartley then took over the business and ran it very successfully for over forty years from the creamery shop at 24 Church Street Egremont and mobile vans in the local area Norman Hannah Caulfield Billy Hartley s sister and brother in law ran the business for a couple of years in the late 1970s and were then joined in partnership by Les Richardson in 1981 Les Richardson then became sole proprietor in 1983 Les had worked in the business as a schoolboy and had had strong ties with the Hartley family from an early age Les s son Mark joined the firm in 1991 and worked alongside

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/hartleysbeechcafe.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Horse & Farrier Inn Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    en suite shower room This room has the benefit of offering a portable bed if necessary On the first floor the accommodation consists of Room 3 Double or twin room with en suite shower room with views over Clough Head Room 2 Double room with en suite shower room with views of Blencathra Room 1 Superking double or twin with en suite shower room this room also has the opportunity

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/horse_farrier.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Windermere Hotels Lake District
    View My Stats Home Ambleside Carlisle Cartmel Cockermouth Coniston Glenridding Grasmere Hawkshead Kendal Keswick Penrith Troutbeck Whitehaven Windermere

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/townsvillagers/windermere_main.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Coniston Hotels Towns and Villages
    area of the Lake District although it is slightly off the beaten track Coniston grew from the mineral wealth of copper which was found in the mountains and mined especially during the 18th 19th Century s with the village expanding The workings from these mines can be seen in the area especially in Coppermines Valley Slate quarries can be also found in the area and a few are still worked

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/townsvillagers/coniston_main.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Brantwood and Gardens Lake District UK and Cumbria Historical Houses and Gardens
    five hundred 1 500 pounds for Brantwood but he did say On the whole the finest view I know in Cumberland or Lancashire He moved into Brantwood with his cousin Joan Severn and set about repairing the house The first addition to the house was the bedroom turret which had some excellent views Over the coming years the house was extended with Ruskin also purchasing land to add onto his estate While he lived here he filled the house with priceless art and treasures You can see Ruskin s drawings and watercolours along with his furniture books and his personal items You can also see a video presentation and special displays which provide a fascinating insight into Ruskin s work and the way he lived in the house When Ruskin died he left the house to his cousin Mrs Severn and her husband In 1924 when Mrs Severn died her husband moved back to London to a house that was given to them by Ruskin and began sell off the treasures of Brantwood which included the Turners along with the best items from the house Fortunately a wealthy collector J Howard Whitehouse went around buying back all the Ruskin possessions he could find and he also founded the Birmingham Ruskin Society and a boys school in Bembridge Isle of Wight in 1919 There is excellent bookshop where you can purchase Ruskin literature and related art or you could have something to eat and drink at Jumping Jenny s with the restaurant being licensed Take a walk through the gardens and woodlands that cover over thirty 30 acres In early spring wild daffodils and snowdrops can be seen and later on in the season the figs and vines that have ripen can also be seen Gardens include the Fern Maze Moorland

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/attractions/attractions_pages/brantwood.html (2016-02-13)
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  • its charter in 1221 it will be found to be a town with character and charm with its maze of old streets alleyways and yards Cockermouth is a town associated with plenty of history from the Romans to Fletcher Christian On Bounty the mutineer who was born here Mary Queen of Scots and Robert the Bruce have passed through the town Trout Hotel Allerdale Court Hotel Shepherds Hotel Manor House

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  • Penrith Hotels Towns and Villages
    a busy town with its narrow streets on its perimeter and open areas like Great Dockray which is a large market place Going back to the 9th 10th Centuries Penrith was the capital of Cumbria On the outskirts of the town you will find Penrith Castle which was involved in many battles with the Scots and the English The castle was built at the end of the 14th Century and

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  • Hawkshead Hotels Towns and Villages Lakes
    Home Ambleside Carlisle Cartmel Cockermouth Coniston Glenridding Grasmere Hawkshead Kendal Keswick Penrith Troutbeck Whitehaven Windermere

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/townsvillagers/hawkshead_main.html (2016-02-13)
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