Author: Laura

 

Lake District Voted One of the most relaxing places to live in UK

The lakes has made it onto the top 5 places to live in the uk in study by Get Me My Mortgage Check out the top 5 results below 1. Cornwall  Sitting at the top of the list is Cornwall, one of the most beautiful places in the country, ruralRead More

Old Post Office Ambleside, Cumbria

The Sweet Jar

Old Post Office, Millans Park, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 9AD. Tel: 01539434921Fax: n/a Description: Traditional Sweet Shop with a contemporary theme stocking over 500 old fashioned sweets and much more! We stock a fantasticc range of quality old fashioned sweets, drinks & confectionery. Over 500 loose sweets to be weighed outRead More

Forest Side

Forest Side, Grasmere, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 9RN MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/r4vio65LpXHrrizG6 Tel: 015394 35250Description: Family run with a warm friendly atmosphere A ten-minute gentle and scenic walk from Grasmere village brings you to Forest Side. At he end of our long winding tree enclosed drive stands the old Victorian hunting lodge ofRead More

Wanslea Guest House Cumbria

Wanslea Guest House

Wanslea Guest House Lake Road Ambleside Cumbria LA22 0DN – View on map.Tel: 015394 33884 Description: Wanslea is an all en-suite guest house on the south side of Ambleside Wanslea is a four star guest house and has been featured in the ‘Times’. We offer all en-suite accommodation. All roomsRead More

William Wordsworth

The famous Lakeland poet William Wordsworth spent just over 8 years of his life living at Dove Cottage in Grasmere, close to Ambleside The cottage is now a museum, and is open to the public for guided tours along with the gardens. During his life he also resided in theRead More

Cumbria Gallery

Castlerigg Stone Circle Castlerigg Stone Circle, also known as Keswick Carles, is a prehistoric monument believed to date back to 3000BC. The circle sits in a stunning location with views across to Skiddaw, Blencathra and Lonscale Fell. Coniston Water Cumbria UK Conniston Water is the third largest lake in theRead More

Attractions

Local National Trust & English Heritage sites Ambleside and the surrounding area benefits from a great deal of historical buildings and features. Below is a list of local attractions of this kind maintained by The National Trust or English Heritage. Beatrix Potter Gallery Main Street, Hawkshead, CumbriaLA22 0NS Tel: 015394Read More

Direction To Us

DirectionsFrom Kendal Take the A5284 (Windermere Road) North until you reach the A591. Follow this road through Windermere, along the side of Lake Windermere to Ambleside. From Carlisle Take the M6 Southbound to Junction 37, and then take the A684 to Kendal. From Kendal follow the directions above. From LancasterRead More