Chapel House Woods

Chapel House Woods near Staveley is on the southern edge of Windermere and covers an area of 333 hectares. Chapel House is situated within the Lake District National Park. Most…

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Sedbergh

Sedbergh is England’s official book town which came about after the devastating foot and mouth disease in 2001. Many of the shops and cafes and even the chippy stock books…

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Roudsea Wood and Nature Reserve

Roudsea Wood and Mosses is situated just off the Leven Estuary near Greenodd. The wood is one of the Britain’s most important woodland sites. To the east of the woodlands…

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Old Park Wood

Old Park Wood and Leven Estuary Old Park Wood is an ancient woodland situated on the Holker Estate. The area is managed for wildlife and conservation purposes and is an…

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Tarn Hows

Tarn Hows is probably the most popular beauty spots in the Lake District. It is pretty and picturesque especially in the autumn and winter. This popular Lake District attraction is…

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Penrith Beacon

Penrith Beacon forewarned of attacks by Scottish raiders down the centuries. There has been a Beacon on this site since 1296 and a building here for more than 500 years.…

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Abbot Hall – Kents Bank
Abbott Hall

Abbot Hall – Kents Bank

Abbot Hall (now known as Lambert Manor) is located on an ancient site dating from about 1160. It stands on the site of an ancient dwelling built for the Abbot…

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