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Local Parks & Gardens

Hoathwaite National Trust Campsite

Near Torver, Coniston LA21 8AX, UK – 015394 32733

One of the nicest campsites iv ever been to. Great location, much better than the one which is right by the lake as in Hoathwaite you can actually see the lake where as on the closer one you can't! Reasonably priced & with good facilities apart from there being no mirrors in the loos or shower block a small point I know but would have been useful. Lovely walk by the lake to Coniston only takes a short time. All in all a very good spot.

Fantastic campsite. Lovely area, nice nearby village. The campsite was dog friendly, the people were friendly, the warden was very helpful. The top section was very quiet. The facilities were really impressive as I was expecting them to be much more basic. Loos, shower, toilet roll, drinking water, paper towels. Theres one electric socket available while the warden is on site so if you have a plug in air bed make sure you get there morning-lunch. Amazing place, I'll definitely be returning

Tarn Hows

2, Mylngarth Gardens, 2 Oak St, Windermere LA23 1EN, UK

What an amazing location! There is a good quality well laid path making a nice easy circular walk around the tarn - i'd recommend taking the higher path for the best views though. Walking out onto the peninsula into the lake is also recommended and a great spot for lunch.

Beautiful place to visit and worth making a point of seeing. Accessible by car and has a gravel path part way round which is ideal for wheelchair users.

Coniston Park Coppice Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Coniston, England LA21 8LA, UK – 015394 41555

During our visit it was snowing and yet there were still a lot of campers. The site is large and well layed out. The showers and facilities were clean and inviting. The staff were friendly and helpful and of course there were loads of things to see and do... We will definitely be visiting again.

Peaceful location with pitches spread out in a woodland, with quiet area and more lively part fairly close to the lake shore, but not over looking the Coniston Water. One of the best sites that I have stayed on. I would recommend to other's. Easily in walking distance of Coniston either via lakeside or footpath from the site.

Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Coniston or Cumbria. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.

Lake Rd, Coniston LA21 8AD, UK – 015394 41396

A most entertaining and educational experience with beautiful gardens to wander around, plus a pleasing cafe with outdoor tables looking out over Coniston Water. The house tour provided an introductory film, informative placards and worthwhile items to view. These helped expand on John Ruskin's life and that of his family and friends. There were many good books about him and his connections, available at the house shop. While the ground floor seemed accessible for those less able, the necessary steps for this house, may prevent accessing the first floor. Easily accessed parking and cafe. House entrance fee is reasonable. Views are worth the visit on their own but knowing more of this man was worthwhile too!

4 stars for the grounds alone. Relatively small but packed with details and consistently beautiful views of Coniston water. I have visited the house previously and very much enjoyed it. You get a real sense of how important John Ruskin was and of how ahead of his time he was in his artistic and ecological view of the world. As a side note I would definitely recommend arriving via the Coniston steam gondola for the extra fee. The knowledge gained on board and experience of crossing the lake to Ruskin's house really rounds out the day.

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