Where would you go if you wanted to see the
classic Lakeland view, the one that sums up everything about the English
Or if you were buying outdoor gear, where would you go for great personal service and advice - from experts who really know what they're talking about?
What about eating out? Who's in and who's out of fashion? Where can you go for the best pub food? Or an exquisite gourmet treat?
And how can you find the most comfortable and enjoyable accommodation - the place to stay that exactly suits you and your needs? You'd like a romantic weekend away or you just have to have king-size beds? No problem!
We have the answers to these and all your other questions - saving you hours looking around, avoiding disappointment, and simply giving you the best holiday experience you can have!
The Lakes attracts many thousands of people every year,
yet the region retains its beauty, charm and tranquillity.
You can easily find yourself alone among some of the
finest mountain scenery in Europe, or you can explore the beautiful
valleys and little towns with a host of exciting restaurants, cafes, shops
Whether you want to trek the high passes of the Lakeland mountains, take a weekend break, or plan a fun day out, we can give you the ideas you need to make any Lakeland trip a rip-roaring success!
You can choose where to go in the Lakes -
and, of course, on this website - by clicking on one of the links in the
left hand column, or you can take a short cut to see our favourite Lake
District places and pastimes in our exciting, handy and time-saving "Top Ten" feature to the
right of this page.
For visitors with mobility problems, Shopmobility provides a range of
wheelchairs and scooters in Kendal at the Westmorland Shopping Centre
car park and a scooter in each of the following locations: Arnside,
Milnthorpe, Bowness, Grange-over-Sands, Levens Hall (near Kendal),
Holker Hall (near Cartmel), Quaker Tapestry exhibition (Kendal).
Charges: Free to members, £2 per hour to visitors. ID with name &
address required, weight restrictions apply. For more information: Tel.
Many of the images at the
top of the pages on this website are from
Andrew Leaney's website: www.leaney.org This is a highly enjoyable website with many
of Andrew's walks and photographs. And drone photography seems to be
increasingly popular - look at this -
for aerial photography - amazing!