Langdale Pikes

Among the best-known features of Great Langdale are the Langdale Pikes, a group of peaks on the northern side of the dale. From below, they appear as a sharp rocky ridge, though they are precipitous only on their southern side; to the north, the land sweeps gently to High Raise, the parent peak of the range. The Pikes themselves include (from west to east) Pike of Stickle, Loft Crag, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark.

BridgeHouse Ambleside

Bridge House was built over Stock Gyhll more than 300 years ago, probably as a summer house and apple store for Ambleside Hall. It was purchased by local people in 1926 and given to the National Trust. Listed Grade 1, the building is now used as an information centre for the National Trust, and is part of the Trust's Windermere & Troutbeck property.

Great Langdale

Great Langdale is a valley in the Lake District National Park in North West England the epithet Great distinguishing it from the neighbouring valley of Little Langdale. Langdale is also the name of a valley in the Howgill Fells elsewhere in Cumbria

Windermere & Langdale Pikes

A stunning picture of Lake Windermere from the banks of Ambleside with Langdale Pikes in the back ground, showing the wonders of the Lake District in all their glory.

Coniston Old Man

The Old Man of Coniston is a fell in the Furness Fells in the English Lake District and the highest point of the traditional County Palatine of Lancashire. It is at least 2,632.61 feet high, and lies to the west of the village of Coniston and the lake, Coniston Water

Watershead Ambleside

Windermere Lake ends a mile short of Ambleside at Waterhead, and can come as a shock to boat passengers expecting to be in the town. Crowded around the bay are boats, hotels, cafes, tourist shops, and places selling food for the ducks and swans.

Steamers & Boats sail daily throughout the year between here and Bowness, about halfway down the 12 mile length of the lake, and  Lakeside at the far end. From here you can take a ride on the three and a half mile Lakeside & Havernthwaite Steam Railway. There is a horse-drawn carriage taking passengers between Waterhead Pier and the centre of Ambleside

These beautifully sculpted slate coasters can be purchased at the Fisherbeck Reception for £5 each.  Why not purchase the full set of 6 for £25. 

Not coming to the lakes for a while, then give us a call on 015394 33215 and purchase them over the phone and we will have them delivered them straight to your door**.


**A deliver charge of £2 will be added for single coasters /// £6 pounds will be added for a full set