There’s always so much to see and do whatever your interests. You could spend many weeks here and still only scratch the surface! Here are just a few suggestions with clickable links: there are many more ideas for a great day out in the cottage folders.
From Abseiling through Boat Hire, Cycling, Ghyll Scrambling, Paragliding and Walking – we cover the alphabet! Find out more through Activities in Cumbria, Where2Walk & for cycle hire: Grizedale mountain bikes & Lake District Bikes
Interested in dancing to the best in live music by professional recording artists - Ballroom, Latin, Sequence and Old Time? Time your stay with us to coincide with a dance.
A special feature of the Cottage is a number of walks you can do from the doorstep. Leave your car behind and take a gentle stroll to the pub across the fields or a half day or a longer day's stroll in the lovely countryside surrounding the cottage.
Ulverston six miles away. Festivals throughout the year - find out more.
There are several National Trust places to visit in the area. Locally, Beatrix Potter Gallery, Townend, Alan Bank and Tarn Hows are our favorites.
If wandering about beautiful gardens is your thing, you will have plenty on your doorstep to keep you happy.
If museums and Galleries are your thing, there are three in Kendal: Kendal Museum, Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry and the Abbot Hall Gallery. Don’t forget the unique Barrow Dock Museum and,
…on our doorstep, Stott Park Bobbin Mill and Old Hall Farm (Good coffee stop).
The Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway operates steam trains to Lakeside pier on Lake Windermere. Here you can catch one of the many ‘steamers’ which ply up and down the Lake or visit the Lakes Aquarium. Whilst in the area, visit the Lakeland Motor Museum - one of the best car museums in the Country. …And don’t forget to take a steam boat trip on Coniston Lake on the beautifully restored Gondola. And just opened - The Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories. Newly built on the site of the old Steamboat museum and telling the many stories of South Lakeland's boats, builders and users.
What peace and beautiful scenery - no wonder writers and artists were so inspired.