Best Western Glenridding Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Kids pool
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... into the carpark. With much forwarding and backing we settled the Saab and decided we would leave it there until we depart.
Our first day we spent on the lake taking the ferry to Ambleside from where we followed a walk that I had downloaded that took us past a Roman Fort, lakeside and following the river before taking us into the village. Tom tried some Cumberland sausage for our pub lunch so having refuelled we returned to ...
... by very steep mountains again sprinkled with sheep with one leg shorter than the other! The reflections in the lake of the surrounding fields, mountains and homesteads reminded me of Sasi Lassies trip through the desert in Bolivia. Rod was amusing himself by skimming stones across the lake. We saw small little fish just on the shoreline and apparently there is Brown trout and another fish variety living in the lake but there is no fishing. At the end of the lake ...
... at 10.01. The car park was now buzzing. Using our National Trust passes we entered these beautiful gardens. The cost of entry is free to NT members but would have cost £11.55 each. These gardens are fantastic and a must if you are in this area. Annie said they were the best gardens she's ever seen (we've been there before), but she later said they were one of the best. We spent quite a bit of time in the gardens. There was ...
... to shine for us, and on our way back to our room we headed up the hill at the end of our street to get yet another amazing view of the lake. We had only time for a short rest before dinner - the Angel Inn for a pub meal to finish our visit to the Lake District. Exhausted we headed back up the hill (again) having done about 19 km for the day. With this blog finished I should sleep well ...
We got an early start (for us) and headed towards the Lake District. With only 45 minutes to get here, we had plenty of time to explore the area before heading to our accommodation at the Westbourne B&B at Windermere (a recommended accommodation by the Morecombe Tourist Information Centre). Arriving at Windermere we headed straight to the Tourist Information Centre, where we were given some information about walks in the area and gardens we could visit. We ...