Lake District <br />This is a map of lake district<br />
Accessibility <br />Car<br />This is the route from London to lake district. By car you have to travel on the M1 then change to the M6.<br />Trains<br />The West Coast mainline runs to the east of the Lake District, connecting Oxenholme, Penrith and Carlisle with London and Glasgow. A direct train runs from Manchester to Windermere. Local trains call at Kendal, Staveley and Windermere. There is also route following the Cumbrian coastline.<br />Buses<br />Towns and villages such as Ambleside, Windermere, Coniston and Keswick are linked by bus, with extra services in the summer<br />
Mountains<br />Helvellyn Lower Man Summit<br />This mountain brings tourism as they offer walks on the mountain at certain points for example 19th September 2006 Catstycam, Helvellyn, Helvellyn Lower Man, White Side (Helvellyn) 5th August 2005 Helvellyn, Helvellyn Lower Man, White Side (Helvellyn), Raise, Stybarrow Dodd 28th July 2004 Helvellyn, Helvellyn Lower Man, White Side (Helvellyn)<br />http://www.walkthelakes.co.uk/PeaksClimbed/LakeDistrict/HelvellynLowerMan.htm<br />
Lakes<br />Lake district bring tourism to the UK as its natural feeling brings <br />http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://trevor-hopkins.org.uk/travelogues/lake-district.jpg&imgrefurl=http://trevor-hopkins.org.uk/travelogues/lake-district.html&usg=__ux7_e7rKFngLeLOBM63Bjs-lXOM=&h=960&w=1280&sz=236&hl=en&start=2&zoom=1&um=1&itbs=1&tbnid=3Vhi8auAKmw_RM:&tbnh=113&tbnw=150&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dlake%2Bdistrict%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Dactive%26sa%3DN%26biw%3D1259%26bih%3D855%26sout%3D1%26tbs%3Disch:1&ei=CZBaTYGQKoqIhQek89DlDA<br />Longest lake is Windermere which is 10.5 miles long<br />Wastwater is 3 miles long, half a mile wide and 260 feet deep, and the deepest of all the lakes. <br />There is only one official lake - Bassenthwaite Lake. All the others are 'meres' or 'waters'<br />
Built Attractions<br /> Appleby Castle<br />Early 12th century fortifications later owned by Lady Anne de Clifford (see Brougham Castle). <br />Brough Castle<br />Brough Castle was built around the year 1100 on a hill overlooking the Stainmore Pass and the valley of Swindale Beck. The strategic importance of this site was recognized by the Romans, and the castle is partly built on a Roman fort. The Norman builders of the castle recut a Roman ditch to create a moart around their new castle. Church Brough, Cumbria, England<br />
Accommodation<br />Woodlands Hotel <br />The Woodlands Hotel is superbly situated in three acres of woodlands that provide cover for roe deer and other wildlife. The hotel's close proximity by car to Lake Windermere makes this the ideal...<br />Grange End Cottage <br />'Grange End Cottage is a luxury 'Boutique style’ 3 bedroomed cottage, full of charm and character and lavishly furnished and equipped to a very high standard. The cottage is located in a very...<br />Corner Beech House <br />Corner Beech House is a welcoming, spacious, Edwardian house overlooking Morecambe Bay. We provide 4-star en-suite Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the picturesque town of Grange-over-Sands. We...<br />
Eating out<br />Windermere - HolbeckGhyll Country House Hotel<br />At the high end of the market, HolbeckGhyll has a reputation among the gourmands for the finest Anglo-French cuisine, its chef having retained a Michelin star since 2000. And it also represents something else: a blend of informal, friendly and efficient service with high standards of food, wine and a superb environment which makes it a really special place to savour the finest food while you relax in the natural beauty of the Lakes (the hotel has an absolutely fantastic view down Windermere). It's simply about as good a hotel and restaurant as you can get. <br />Cartmel - L'enclume<br />A restaurant with rooms, becoming something of a legend for the quality and imaginative approach which Simon Rogan brings to his work. You may love it or hate it, think it's pretentious or delightful, but you won't be left indifferent. I personally love joining the exploration of food that is Rogan's specialty. And, after all, you don't get a Michelin star for nothing. Try it once, with an open mind.<br />Windermere - HolbeckGhyll Country House Hotel<br />At the high end of the market, HolbeckGhyll has a reputation among the gourmands for the finest Anglo-French cuisine, its chef having retained a Michelin star since 2000. And it also represents something else: a blend of informal, friendly and efficient service with high standards of food, wine and a superb environment which makes it a really special place to savour the finest food while you relax in the natural beauty of the Lakes (the hotel has an absolutely fantastic view down Windermere). It's simply about as good a hotel and restaurant as you can get. <br />Ullswater - Sharrow Bay<br />A very high class and long established hotel with a kitchen that serves up cooking of an extremely high standard: indeed, it has had a Michelin star for many years. Sharrow Bay is a place that features on every "foodie's" list of the best places to eat in the Lake District. See their entry in the luxury hotels section of this website.1.5 miles from Pooley Bridge on the east side of Ullswater.<br />
Sport and leisure<br />Highgate Gym<br />Tel: 01539 731929 New Inn Yard Highgate Kendal LA9 4HE<br />Lifestyle<br />Tel: 01900 827734 Mayo Courtyard Rear Of 64 Main Street Cockermouth CA13 9LU<br />Sands Tone And Tan<br />Tel: 01768 899399 16 Devonshire Street Penrith CA11 7SR<br />The Haven<br />Tel: 01946 727387 8 South Parade Seascale CA20 1PZ<br />
Entertainment<br />Coniston Boating Centre<br />Things to do:<br />Hire an electric self-drive boat or rowing boat<br />Hire a sailing dinghy or learn to sail<br />Go canoeing or kayaking<br />Picnic on the lake shore<br />Check out other lake attractions like cafe, launches and adventure activities.<br />
Shopping<br />Take home more than just memories. Whatever is on your shopping list, let your purse strings loose and take part in one of the region's most enjoyable activities - browsing. Your expedition can take you from a craft fair to the traditional feel of the high street. Independent shops and craft centres are perfect for buying designer jewellery and art; ideal for gifts or keeping all to yourself.<br />
Have you explained how the destination will attract tourists? <br />I believe the tourism lake district would attract would be a mixture of inbound and outbound as the natural surroundings are as attractive to everyone.<br />I believe the age of people visiting would be ranging from around 30-40 years of age as people too young may not understand the beauty of lake district.<br />Couples of families may visit lake district as it may romantic for couples and refreshing for families.<br />
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