Tag Archives | walking

The bluebells from Loughrigg Terrace, overlooking Grasmere

The bluebells of Loughrigg Terrace

One of the things I like most about spring is that it’s a season of many layers, with each spring flower and plant taking its own star turn – daffodils, camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas and tulips… and now it’s the turn of the delightful bluebell. Famous places to see great displays of bluebells in the Lake […]

Continue Reading 1
The Lingholm Kitchen, Portinscale

In Beatrix Potter’s footsteps at The Lingholm Kitchen and Walled Garden

If, like me, you’re interested in all things Beatrix Potter, the Lingholm Kitchen and Walled Garden at Portinscale – which is on the north-western shore of Derwentwater, near Keswick – should be high on your list of places to visit next time you’re exploring the Lake District. The main house at Lingholm was built in […]

Continue Reading 3
Upstairs at Hawkshead Brewery, overlooking the brewery

A visit to: Staveley near Kendal

Staveley is a village tucked away just a couple of minutes off the A591 between Windermere and Kendal, and is one of those delightful little places that could be easily missed. Staveley and nearby Kentmere are lovely areas in which to go walking and although they are less busy than some of the popular Lake […]

Continue Reading 3
Google+