Attractions are steadily opening in the Lake District & their websites are the best place to check and book. We have also added our walks to this page so you can make the most of your stay.
Attractions & Walks
Windermere Lake Cruises
The most popular tourist attraction in the Lake District, Windermere Lake Cruises sail every day except Christmas Day on England's largest lake. The perfect way to explore the 10.5 miles of Lake Windermere. They offer stunning boat services on historic 'steamers' and modern launches, motor boat and rowing boat hire. Please see their website for details.
Windermere Lake Cruises
For an active adventure on Lake Windermere why not try paddle boarding? Lake District Paddle Boarding is Cumbria’s only dedicated Stand Up Paddle Boarding “SUP” provider in the Lake District. We offer paddle boarding introductions and lessons on Derwentwater, Keswick, Coniston Water, Bank Ground farm and Water Head Ambleside on Windermere. Windermere is the largest Lake in the Lake District at 11 miles long. All our SUP lessons and Paddle Board River Tours depart from Waterhead, Ambleside. The sheltered North end of the Lake is perfect for learning to Paddle Board, with sheltered bays and easy access into the mouth of the River Brathay. The close proximity to Ambleside’s lake side pubs is a perfect location stand up paddle boarding followed by a pint , what’s not to like!
For more details and to book please use their website Lake District Paddle Boarding
At Mountain Goat, they have been touring the Lake District fells since 1972, they have a variety of award-winning guided tours that reach every corner of the National Park. Their day tours depart from Ambleside, Bowness, Grasmere, Kendal, Keswick and Windermere Please see their website for more information. We have also added their brouchure to the bottom of this page.
Cumbria Tourism website
Cumbria Tourism & the Tourist Information have a great selection of things to do in the Lake District. Explore some tasty food and drink inspiration and don’t forget to delve into our unique shops and retail experiences.
The National Trust
The National Trust want to make it as easy as possible for you to visit the places you love, and enjoy the landscapes and nature we’ve all missed. They have opened more than 100 gardens and parklands in England and Northern Ireland. From Monday 6 July, they are starting to gradually open gardens and parklands in Wales. To ensure the safety of their visitors, staff, volunteers and local communities, they have reduced the number of people they can welcome at one time and you’ll need to book your visit in advance.
Take a look at their website for lots of helpful information The National Trust