Westmorland Shopping, Kendal – 15.4 Miles away
Westmorland indoor shopping mall is set in the historic Lakeland market town offering a variety of your favourite shops to browse or buy.
Ambleside (Central Cumbria), Central Cumbria – 20.4 Miles away
Ambleside (Central Cumbria) has a population of 2600, and is ideally situated in the Rothay Valley just north of the head of Lake Windermere. Another favourite for hikers and walkers.
South Tynedale Railway, Alston – 23 Miles away
Preserved steam and diesel locomotives from Britain and overseas run between Alston station and Kirkhaugh. There are refreshment facilities and a railway shop at the station.
Windermere Lake Cruises , Newby Bridge – 24.2 Miles away
Windermere Lake Cruises, number 7 in the official tourist board attractions in the UK, are the most popular attraction in Cumbria. Choose a short cruise or spend all day on the beautiful lake.
Arnside and Silverdale, Arnside and Silverdale – 25.4 Miles away
The quaint villages of Arnside and Silverdale sit quietly in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Morecambe Bay. Walkers and wildlife enthusiasts in particular will appreciate the beautiful butterflies, rare birds and limestone grasslands which characterise this area. There are spectacular views and fabulous sunsets to be enjoyed across the bay.
Keswick , Keswick – 28 Miles away
Keswick is a market town of about 5,000 inhabitants. It is in a fantastic setting between Derwent Water, Blencathra and Skiddaw. A favourite for Lakeland climbers and walkers.
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick – 28.1 Miles away
The Theatre by the Lake runs all year round, producing and presenting professional shows. Famous for its views across Derwent Water, the theatre has 400 seats in the main house and a newly extended 100 seat studio.
Victoria Centre & Theatre, Settle – 29.6 Miles away
The theatre building is 150 years old and Grade II listed, giving it a unique heritage. A professional theatre venue with drama, music and dance on offer.
Richmond, Richmond – 29.9 Miles away
Richmond is a historic market town set on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Places to visit and things to see include monuments, abbeys, a Norman castle and the cobbled market place surrounded by Georgian buildings. The town is threaded by the fast-flowing River Swale and surrounded by breathtaking scenery – its restored railway station is a must to visit, with its cafe/restaurant, cinema, art gallery, micro-brewery and bakery.