Lake District - Travel Information Guide
Find historic places to visit and stay in Cumbria and the Lake District.
Gosforth, St Mary's Church
Bridekirk, St Bridget's Church
St Bees Priory Church
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Castlerigg Stone Circle
Long Meg and her Daughters
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Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum
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Pike Hill Signal Tower is a Roman signal station dating to the early 2nd century, later incorporated into Hadrian's Wall. It stands at right angles to the line of the Wall, presumably to allow for easier signalling to other signal stations at Barrock Fell and Gillalees Beacon. ... more
The Rusland Pool Hotel
Situated beside the A590 between Newby Bridge and Ulverston and just within the Lake District National Park the family owned Rusland Pool Hotel offers a warm welcome and the perfect base to discover all the Lake District has to offer. We also cater for special dietary needs with our Gluten … more >>
Accommodation Rating: 3
Stay From: £49.00
District photo tour
There are so many fabulous scenic spots throughout the National Park. Here are some of our favourite images of places to see throughout the region. Get inspired!
Going walking in the Lake District?
You'll need OS maps
Honestly, don't even be tempted to go walking without them, even on well-travelled routes!
Ambleside | Carlisle | Cockermouth | Coniston | Grasmere | Kendal | Keswick | Penrith | Windermere | and many more locations >>
Self Catering Cottages
Ambleside - Cockermouth - Coniston - Grasmere - Keswick - Ravenglass - Windermere - and many more locations >>
2. Sunset over Lake Windermere
3. Fell walking just about anywhere
4. Dove Cottage - but mind the crowds
5. Taking the steam gondola ride on Coniston Water