Hidden treasures in and around Grasmere and Rydal 

Hidden treasures in and around Grasmere and Rydal. What about some of Grasmere and Rydal’s lesser known delights?

Hidden treasures in around Troutbeck and Staveley 

Hidden treasures in around Troutbeck and Staveley. It could be argued that the real hidden gems are the villages themselves.

Quieter Places to Visit Near Coniston & Langdale

The Hidden treasures in and around Coniston and Langdale. Quieter Places to Visit Near Coniston & Langdale.

What to Pack for The Lake District?

What should I pack for a trip to the Lake District? It’s often said there’s no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothes.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Visit the Lake District

We’ve compiled a list of the most common queries below, but if there’s anything else you want to know, we’re always happy to help

Celebrating 6 Traditional Cumbrian Foods

From Cumberland Sausage to Kendal Mint Cake, our county has a rich culinary heritage, so no visit to the Lake District is complete without trying some (or all) of the tasty delights on offer.

How Was the Lake District Formed?

The Geological, and Cultural History of the Lake District in Cumbria Unveiling the time-worn tales of the Lake District.

Unusual things to do in Windermere & Bowness

Look beyond the popular attractions and learn about the hidden gems like lesser-known hikes and unique shops, then explore for yourself

32 Reasons Ambleside is the Best Place to Visit With Your Family

A scenic and beautiful town in Cumbria, England, Ambleside is a very popular tourist destination among families.

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