The beautiful Lake District is one of England's most famed locations. Aside from its astounding aesthetic wonder, there is much to see and do, here are some examples.
Black Well Arts & Crafts House
Perched above Bowness with outlooks across Lake Windermere this Art Deco house is a must visit on your trip to the Lake District.Fareyland
A secluded spot on the shores of Grasmere why not hire a rowing boat or pop down for a cup of tea and rest your feet for a moment or two.Brantwood
The home of John Ruskin a beautiful period house sat above the shores of Coniston Water with views across to The Old Man of Coniston. Beautiful sculptured gardens and home to many exhibitons and craft fairs.The Herdy Shop
One of the most iconic brands in the Lake District; Herdy has gone from strength to strength! Pop in and pick up a gift for yourself or a loved one to remember your trip to the Lakes!Eskdale & Ravenglass Railway
Reputedly the most beautiful train journey in England, this 15-inch, narrow gauge railway carries passengers along seven miles of scenic track, from the old Roman Port of Ravenglass along the Eskdale Valley to Eskdale during a 40-minute ride. This is a full day out for those of you wanting to venture further afield from Grasmere.St Oswald’s Church
The final one on our top 10 of the local attractions in The Lake District but shouldn’t be missied. Nestled next to the Hotel is the 13th Century Church with William Wordsworth and his wife’s Mary’s tombstones there is also the William Wordsworth Daffodil Garden next door and a visit here cannot be missed in the spring time.