Burnthwaite Farm

Address: CA20 , Wasdale Head, Cumbria, England, CA20 1EX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on CA20 , Wasdale Head, is near Wastwater Lake, Hardknott Roman Fort (Mediobogdum), Great Gable, and Blackmoss Pot.
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    Travel Blogs from Wasdale Head

    Poet's Corner

    A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Cockermouth where Wordsworth was born. Grasmere was our next stop to see Dove Cottage where he lived. Grasmere is a lovely village but it was overrun by tourists (especially of the retired variety!) By this time we had had enough of being tourists and finding somewhere to park the car so we continued to Windermere. Our "Cobbler's Cottage" is right in the heart of town and we were very pleased to have arrived before our neighbours drove ...

    To Borrowdale

    A travel blog entry by sasi_lassies on Jun 09, 2015

    11 photos

    ... by this time I am over the rocks and the steepness of the descent only to climb, clamber and rock climb the path - again the views are magnificent. Thank goodness for the 'friends of the track' who in certain parts had laid stones to assist with up and the down - we had finally crossed the Haystacks. At one stage I thought I would kick a stone off the path so that no one slipped on it - that was a bad move - it flew down the hill skipping between the walkers below ...

    Happy Birthday to Me........

    A travel blog entry by sasi_lassies on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... us to get off the tracks or risk a 1000 pound fine, thanks to Rod for his assistance getting over the triple stranded barbed wire fence. Then through a marshy paddock and we were back on track. Past the school which was built in1593. The school is co-ed with international students. The school grounds are massive and include soccer fields and swimming pool (indoor). We arrive back in town about 5.30. We collect our bags and head to ...

    Hike and Cruise

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 04, 2015

    ... this walk was breathtaking. We managed not to get lost, even though some directions were a bit vague. The first part of the walk brought us to a coffee shop over the river, and even though it was not too long since breakfast, we couldn't resist the opportunity to stop and enjoy the ambience. The whole walk took nearly three and a half hours, and it was wonderful. After a cool drink we ...

    The Lake District

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 03, 2015

    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 ...