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  • Carlisle Hotels Towns and Villages
    the Bruce Roundheads and the Railways to match it s city status To learn more about the history of Carlisle a visit to the award winning Tullie House Museum Art Gallery is a must The museum can be found in Castle Street where you will find interactive and natural history displays combining fun with education to suit all ages Hallmark Hotel The Glen B B Angus Hotel Crosby Lodge Crown

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  • Cartmel Hotels Towns and Villages
    the north is Lake Windermere Coniston and Hawkshead Cartmel is one the oldest villages in south Lakeland with history to match The 12th Century Priory is the focal point Over 800 years old Cartmel Priory St Mary and St Michael is one the finest ecclesiastical buildings to be found in the north of England and still plays a major part in the community Cavendish Arms Wall Nook Cottage Woodland Cottage

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  • Glenridding Hotels Towns and Villages
    was once the centre of the lead mining industry since this as gone the area is mainly for the tourists who come to view one of the most beautiful areas in the Lakes The area is popular with walkers with many walks to suit all levels from the easy to the more demanding Inn on the Lake Patterdale Hotel Keldas View Cottage Stybarrow Cottage Moss Crag Ullswater House Millcroft Cottage

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  • Hawkshead Hotels Towns and Villages
    an atmosphere which is timeless It boasts whitewashed buildings narrow streets alleyways quaint corners courtyards and cobbled streets The village was once an important market town for the wool industry until its decline in the early 19th Century Hawkshead is now a popular area with the tourists due to its association with William Wordsworth in his early days of his life Queens Head Hotel Red Lion Hotel Ann Tysons Cottage

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  • Keswick Hotels Towns and Villages
    to meet the River Derwent which links with Bassenthwaite Lake further north and Derwent Water with its wooded islands Keswick was once a small wool market town The town began to grow and prosper in the 16th Century with the mining industry Graphite was mined in Borrowdale close by which also resulted in a pencil factory which is known as the Cumberland Pencil Museum Pencils are still made here but

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  • Whitehaven Lake District, Cumbria UK
    of coal and the import of tobacco and rum from North America The town today as a small fishing fleet and the harbour area is a conservation area The town has a number of monuments to its past mining history The town was built by the Lowther Family in the 17th 18th Century s and some of the Georgian buildings from around that time can still be seen in Lowther

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  • Coniston Launch Lake District UK and Cumbria
    pride in caring for you so that you can enjoy the cruises on Coniston Water Coniston Launch North Lake service provides a 50 minute cruise calling at four jetties whilst if you would prefer a longer 90 minute cruise to the very foot of the lake then the South Lake service runs three times daily on most days of the week You can call at Brantwood the home of John Ruskin from 1872 1900 which his drawings watercolours and his own items can be seen They also run two other special interests cruises Campbells on Coniston where you will receive a full commentary as you follow the route and history of the attempts to break the World Water Speed Record and Donald Campbell fatal last bid at the record Swallows Amazons in which you explore the locations that Arthur Ransome s depicted in his much loved children s books They also offer a series of walks leaflets that are available to purchase on the boats and also provide a Coniston Launch for private charter for your group of up to 50 people during either the daytime or the evening It is advisable to contact the Coniston Launch prior to your

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  • Lake District Lets Go Site Map
    contact us Accommodation Cities Towns Villages Famous People Camping Caravaning Ambleside Beatrix Potter Cities Towns Villages Carlisle John Ruskin Farm Break Holidays Cockermouth William Wordsworth Pubs and Inns Coniston Self Catering Glenridding National Trust Youth Hostels Grasmere Hawkshead Picture Gallery Activities Keswick Climbing Kendal Pubs Inns Maryport Fishing Penrith Horse Riding Pooley Bridge Tourist Information Centres Walking Ravenglass Eskdale Watersports Troutbeck Travel Ulverston Add Site Whitehaven Web Design Hosting Windermere

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