Keswick Brewing Company
Ali Ray says: A visit to the Lake District wouldn’t be complete without tasting some local ale, and some of the loveliest Cumbrian nectar is brewed a few minutes from our Club Site.
Ali Ray says: If you’re looking for an all-weather venue with a nice place to eat for the whole family, then The Pencil Museum in Keswick, will tick the boxes (adults £4.50, children under 16 £3.25, children under five free). It ...
South Lakes Wild Animal Park
Opened in 1994 and set in 17 acres, South Lakes Wild Animal Park is home to a variety of animals including Rhinos, Tigers, Bears and Giraffes. Visitors can also expect to see the Hamadryas Baboon, River Sand Wallaby and Colombian Spider Monkey
Located on the southern shore of Windermere, the Lakes Aquarium is a great visitor attraction for the whole family. Visitors can get even closer to their favourite animals by handling creatures as well seeing animal feeds.
Lakeside Pier, Windermere
Lakeside Pier is at the southern end of Englands largest lake, Windermere where you can arrive by boat from Waterhead or Bowness. There is also a ferry across the short distance to Fell Foot Park.
Ali Ray says: The small seafood bistro Hooked is almost on the doorstep of Braithwaite Fold Club Site in Windermere. Hooked has only been open for a few years but has made a big splash and attracted a loyal following. Fish comes in daily from the ...
Boarding of Santa Cruises at Bowness Piers
Castlerigg Stone Circle
Castlerigg stone circle is located near the town of Keswick and is thought to be one of the best megalithic monuments in Northern England. Positioned at the centre of a natural amphitheatre it allows for wonderful views of the nearby peaks includi...
The Masons Arms, Cartmel Fell
Ali Ray says: Just over five miles south of Braithwaite Fold Club Site, this cracking dining pub serves a great range of high quality local food. With the picturesque address of Strawberry Bank, Cartmel Fell, The Masons Arms is as lovely as it sou...
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