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Welcome to Hill Crest Country Guest House

Address: Brow Edge Road, Newby Bridge, LA12 8QP

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The 5-star rated Hill Crest Country Guest House is within a 5-minute walk of the Lakeland Motor Museum and just a 15-minute walk from the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway. This award-winning luxurious Cumbrian guest house offers free parking and Wi-Fi and a full breakfast menu. Each room is stylishly furnished, including a 4-poster bed in one room. All have a flat-screen TV, radio alarm, iPod dock and tea and coffee facilities. The en suite shower room provides slippers, bathrobes and complimentary toiletries. The extensive Hill Crest breakfast menu offers cereals, fresh fruit, compote, yoghurts and croissants, followed by a full English breakfast with toast and tea and coffee. Filled omelettes, kippers, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs are also offered. In the southern Lake District, Newby Bridge is a 3-minute drive from Hill Crest Country Guest House. Local attractions include the Lakes Aquarium, 7 minutes’ drive away, and Coniston Water and Grizedale Forest Park are within 20 minutes. South Lakes Wild Animal Park is 12 miles away.

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Fell Foot Park - Ulverston - Theme Park

Fell Foot Park - Ulverston - Theme Park

Distance 2.17 miles (3.47 km)
Fell Foot Park is situated on the south shores of Lake Windermere just of the A592 and in the care of The National Trust. The Victorian park is open daily with its eighteen [18] acre grounds that have been restored to its former glory to which you will see in spring and early summer displays of daffodils and rhododendrons. The park in winter is open with limited facilities see below. You can relax and have a picnic on the lawns next to the lake and watch the boats go by, or you could take a boat trip from the park across the lake to Lakeside and take a Lakes Windermere Cruise, even a trip on the The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway or visit to the Aquarium. If you wish you could hire a rowing boat on the lake, there is a children adventure playground, a shop in which you can purchase National Trust gifts with a tea room close by serving teas, coffee and light meals.

Windermere Lake Cruises - Ulverston - Landmark

Windermere Lake Cruises - Ulverston - Landmark

Distance 2.19 miles (3.5 km)
Winner of the 2003 Cumbria for Excellence Award - Large Tourist Attraction of the year. Over 1 million passengers carried each year! Enjoy some of the Lake Districts most beautiful scenery courtesy of Windermere Lake Cruises. It takes three hours to sail around the whole lake. A freedom ticket allows unlimited travel on all scheduled launch and steamer services sailing between Bowness, Ambleside and Lakeside, and on island cruises from Bowness, circular cruises from Lakeside, the Fell Foot ferry and the Brockhole service from Ambleside. Individual and family tickets are available. A delightful 45 minute sightseeing tour from Bowness Bay to include the magnificent mountain scenery, lovely secluded bays and shore line and inevitably the many wooded islands around the central parts of the lake. A special one hour version of this cruise is available for the exclusive use of private parties.

Aquarium of the Lakes - Windermere - Landmark

Aquarium of the Lakes - Windermere - Landmark

Distance 2.19 miles (3.5 km)
From mountain-top to Morecambe Bay the award-winning Aquarium of the Lakes takes you on an amazing voyage of discovery. More than 30 spectacular, naturally-themed habitats bring the natural history of the Lake District vividly to life. Enjoy close encounters with hundreds of amazing creatures including trout, eels, pike, perch, giant crabs, rays and many more. Come face to face with playful otters in their riverbank home, discover the mysterious life of a river after dark and take a closer look at Lakeland life in AquaQuest's educational activity centre. Then enjoy the ultimate underwater thrill as you stroll along a recreated section of Windermere's lake-bed surrounded by surrounded by gigantic carp and the amazing diving ducks.

Stott Park Bobbin Mill - Newby Bridge - Museum

Stott Park Bobbin Mill - Newby Bridge - Museum

Distance 2.41 miles (3.85 km)
A working mill built in 1835, Stott Park created the wooden bobbins vital to the spinning and weaving industries of Lancashire. Typical of mills across Cumbria, today you can see industry from a bygone age and watch as bobbins are made using the mill's original machinery. Although Stott Park worked continuously until 1971, it remains almost identical to its Victorian appearance of 100 years ago. With its Victorian machinery originally powered by a waterwheel and steam engine, Stott Park used birch, ash and sycamore to make wooden tool handles as well as bobbins. The mass of belts which fill the building still drive the cutting, boring and finishing machines than turn long thin poles into bobbins. You can watch a bobbin being made, and take it home as a souvenir.

Holker Hall and Gardens - Grange-over-Sands - Historical Houses

Holker Hall and Gardens - Grange-over-Sands - Historical Houses

Distance 4.45 miles (7.13 km)
Holker is a Norse word, which can be translated as a rising in marshy land. Although the origins are lost in the mists of time, the earliest records of a house on the present site date back to the beginning of the sixteenth century. Only a short distance from the sea, Holker Hall is magnificently situated and is set in exceptionally beautiful countryside with gardens merging into parkland, with hills on one side and the expanse of Morecambe Bay. Despite its grand scale, this handsome rose coloured neo-Elizabethan mansion and its Gardens provide a soft and gentle contrast to the ruggedness of the Lakeland countryside to the north. The record reveals that Lord Cavendishs ancestors felt that for them Holker was more desirable, more favoured by Providence and more enhanced with natural beauty than any other place on earth.