National Trust: Ambleside and Windermere (#220)
Where: Ambleside and Windermere, Lake District
When: 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2013
Opening hours: 12pm-12pm
Website: Visit website
Situated around England’s longest lake, with fells, woodland, parks and a Roman fort, this part of the Lakes District is perfect for families looking for adventure. The short walk to Post Knott offers magnificent 360 degree views of Lake Windermere and the fells beyond. Those who venture into one of our ancient woodlands will discover some of the country’s tallest trees and an enchanting habitat teeming with wildlife. There are 18 islands to explore by canoe or kayak and the area is home to the Lake District’s largest population of Goldeneye Ducks. Stagshaw Gardens Open 16 Mar–31 Jul from Dawn–dusk
Ambleside and Windermere
The Hollens, Grasmere, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 9QZ
Junction 36 on M6. The A591 gives access to St Catherine's, Stagshaw and Skelghyll Woods, Bridge House and Millerground. The A592 takes you to Cockshott Point just off The Glebe at Bowness Bay.
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