Aira Force waterfall, Ullswater, Lake District

Aira Force waterfall, Ullswater, Lake District

The most popular and most highly visited of the many spectacular waterfalls in the Lake District is Aira Force, on the northern shore of Ullswater between Watermillock and Glenridding.

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Dalston Hall Hotel

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Eel House, Hawkshead

Eel House

This attractive, ground floor barn conversion set on the Graythwaite Estate near Hawkshead in Cumbria sleeps ten people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 10

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Patton Mill, Kendal

Patton Mill

This wonderful, detached, Grade II listed, former corn mill, cottage near Kendal can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 5

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