One of the best lakes I have seen. Just spectacular and breath taking. The pier at Windermere has lots of geese and ducks which is a sight to behold. Juat amazing.
About Lake Windermere
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My first time in the Lake District, we stayed in Windermere and thoroughly enjoyed our 4 days. We went on a cruise of Lake Windermere, took a ferry over to the West Shore for a walk, did a little shopping and had a few relaxing...More
super place to visit with lots to do and great walks. avoid summer weekends as too many people and visitors.
Throughout the boat ride provided by Windermere Lake Cruises we got a glimpse of the nearby sceneries across the Windermere Lake which were picturesque and lovely on a warm and sunny sumner morning where temperatures are very comfy for outings. Overall the visit was definitely...More
Visited the lake on several occasions (around other tourist type activities) and every time the differing scenery was beautiful. Luckily we had dry, clear & sunny weather, so the best views were to be had. A "must visit" when in the area.
The café, converted from a grand boathouse, had delicious cake, biscuits, snack meals and lake view seating inside and out. Toilets immaculate. Looking forward to seeing the outdoor and conference centre currently being developed behind the café.
Just visited High Lickbarrow Farm near Windermere with my husband and two friends. It is a National Trust Place but unlike any you may have visited before. Small groups of people can spend a morning or afternoon here just soaking in the atmosphere of a...More
There are plenty of things to do in the area around Lake Windermere, hire a boat in Bowness or go on a cruise. The views of the lake are lovely from any direction.