For those who wish to enjoy the beauty of the scenery on foot there are many walks to suit the most casual or experienced walkers and climbers. The Lake District also offers numerous mountain biking or cycle routes.
Places to visit of special interest are within an easy driving distance from the guest house including Wordsworth’s homes at Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount, Beatrix Potters Hill Top Farm and the beautiful gardens of Levens and Holker Halls.
Details of places to visit and local attractions are also available once you arrive at the guest house.
Other places to visit include:
Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway - Catch a steam train and travel through time in the Lake District
Windermere Lake Cruises - Tour Lake Windermere by boat. Boats depart to Bowness, Brockhole and Ambleside
Local coach tour operators - Taking people all over the Lake District combining local knowledge, style, comfort and modern luxury motor vehicles.
Go Ape at Grizedale forest - A fun day out for the whole family. http://goape.co.uk
Leave the M6 at J36 and take the A591 signposted through to Windermere, approximately 16 miles. As you enter Windermere you will see the Windermere Hotel on your right. Take the second turning on your left into Elleray Road and High Street is then the first turning on your left. All Seasons is the fifth house on the right.
Leave the station and turn left passing the tourist information centre on your left. Head down into Windermere, crossing the main road immediately and taking the right hand fork past the lakes hotel on your left. All Seasons is 20 metres on the left.