Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Camerton

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Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Camerton

National Trust - Wray Castle
National Trust - Wray Castle
4 (2613 ratings)3.5 (1631 ratings)
Neo-gothic 1800s castle featuring a kid-friendly interior with play rooms, plus lakeside grounds.
Low Wray, Ambleside, LA22 0JA, United Kingdom
Historical landmarkSights & LandmarksCastles
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Cumbria & the Lakes
"An impressive sight with its turrets and battlements, this mock-Gothic castle was built in 1840 for James Dawson, a retired doctor from Liverpool, but it has been owned by the National Trust since 1929. Though the interior is largely empty, the lakeside grounds are glorious. It was once used as a holiday home by Beatrix Potter's family. The best way to arrive is by boat from Bowness; there's limited parking and preference is given to non-driving visitors on busy days."
Mentioned by Visit Cumbria
Things to Do in Windermere | Attractions & Places to Visit
"One of the best rainy day places to visit in Windermere for families, Wray Castle is a rambling mock-Gothic castle with masses of indoor and outdoor space. Things to do include dressing up, giant foam brick building & a Peter Rabbit experience. On the shore of the lake, it’s great for sunny days too ….more things to do here >>"
Brockhole on Windermere, The Lake District Visitor Centre
Brockhole on Windermere, The Lake District Visitor Centre
4.6 (2061 ratings)4 (1126 ratings)
Outdoor attraction with a range of activities, from mini-golf & zip-lines to kayaking & archery.
The Lake District Visitor Centre, Windermere, LA23 1LJ, United Kingdom
Visitor centerArchery rangeArt galleryGardenGift shopHistorical landmarkOutdoor activity organiserPlaygroundRestaurantNature & Wildlife Areas
Mentioned by Holgates Cottage Collection
Ten Of The Best Days Out In The South Lake District, Cumbria
"Brockhole is the official visitor centre of the Lake District, located on the shores of Lake Windermere. While it’s a great place to relax by England’s biggest lake, there’s also plenty to see and do during a visit to Brockhole, whether it’s simply walking through the meadows and woodland or having a go at the Treetop Trek course or even hiring a canoe to adventure onto Lake Windermere. As you can see, there’s so much to see and do for the whole family in the South Lakes area, so why not stop by for a few nights at Holgates holiday cottages here in Silverdale?"
Mentioned by originalcottages.co.uk
Top activities to do with the kids in Windermere this Summer
"The Brockhole visitors centre is located between Windermere and Ambleside on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere. Set in exquisite grounds and gardens, Brockhole has plenty of activities this summer for young and old alike. Enjoy boat hire, rafting, pony rides, archery, orienteering or brave the cave (for kids over 5)."
Mentioned by Visit Cumbria
Things to Do in Windermere | Attractions & Places to Visit
"Brockhole, situated in 30 acres of gardens between Ambleside and Windermere, is the Lake District National Park Authority Visitor Centre. One of the most popular Windermere attractions, it has its own landing stage, tree top trek, boat and bike hire, shop, tea rooms….see all things to do here >>"
National Trust - Wordsworth House and Garden
National Trust - Wordsworth House and Garden
4.5 (468 ratings)4.5 (423 ratings)
Historic former home of Wordsworth, featuring period details, tours & educational programs.
Main St, Cockermouth, CA13 9RX, United Kingdom
Sights & LandmarksArchitectural BuildingsEducational sitesHistoric Sites
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Cumbria & the Lakes
"The poet William Wordsworth was born on 7 April 1770 at this handsome Georgian house at the end of Main St. Built around 1745, the house has been meticulously restored based on accounts from the Wordsworth archive: the kitchen, drawing room, study and bedrooms all look much as they would have to a young William. Costumed guides wander around the house for added period authenticity. Outside, the walled kitchen garden was mentioned in Wordsworth's autobiographical epic The Prelude."
Kat's Kitchen
Kat's Kitchen
4.9 (163 ratings)
Warm vegan cafe with outdoor seating offering homemade cakes, sandwiches, coffee & snacks.
135 Main St, Keswick, CA12 5NJ, United Kingdom
Vegan restaurantBreakfast restaurantCafeCake shopCatererCoffee storeEspresso barIce cream shopVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by LancsLive
Keswick restaurants and cafes we can't wait to visit again
"Kat's Kitchen is a delightful vegan cafe, serving homemade meals, including English breakfast and sandwiches with a wonderful selection of gluten free cakes on offer. It offers plant milk options too for hot drinks and milkshakes whilst also keeping dairy milk as an option. Offering brunch and lunch all year around, the kitchen offers early dinner during the busier months and introduced afternoon tea in 2020."
Lake District National Park
Lake District National Park
4.8 (33844 ratings)5 (281 ratings)
Information on local travel and walking/cycling routes, with books/guides for sale and exhibitions.
United Kingdom
National parkNature & Parks
Mentioned by Devon 17 days itinerary
The Perfect Itinerary for a Road Trip in England
"The Lake District National Park is famous for being home to the Romantic poets, especially Wordsworth. It is said to have provided inspiration for a lot of his poetry – looking around, it’s easy to see why. The entire landscape is peppered with perfect cottages, fields full of daffodils, rolling mountains, and dazzling lakes. The panoramas in The Lake District National Park will leave you hankering for more."
Mentioned by Devon 21 days itinerary
See the Best of England: A Three Week Itinerary
"The Lakes District is all shimmering lakes and craggy hilltops which attract over 15 million people each year. The Yorkshire Dales on the other hand is about the snaking rivers running though valleys of rolling green hills. It’s the perfect place to spend a few days stretching the muscle’s on a long walk or two."
Rydal Mount & Gardens
Rydal Mount & Gardens
4.5 (447 ratings)4.5 (242 ratings)
Wordsworth's rustic family home with displays of his work and portraits plus lake views and gardens.
Rydal Mount, Rydal, Ambleside LA22 9LU, United Kingdom
Historical place museumNature & ParksGardenHistoric Sites
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Cumbria & the Lakes
"The poet William Wordsworth's most famous residence in the Lake District is undoubtedly Dove Cottage, but he actually spent a great deal more time at Rydal Mount, 1.5 miles northwest of Ambleside, off the A591. This was the Wordsworth family's home from 1813 until the poet's death in 1850 and the house contains a treasure trove of Wordsworth memorabilia. Bus 555 (and bus 599 from April to October) stops at the end of the drive."
Windermere
Windermere
4.7 (942 ratings)4.5 (3633 ratings)
This large glacial ribbon lake features 18 islands, plus ferries & other boating activities.
United Kingdom
LakeNature & ParksBodies of Water
Honister Slate Mine
Honister Slate Mine
4.6 (258 ratings)4.5 (1244 ratings)
England's last working slate mine, offering underground tours & several different climbing routes.
Honister Pass, Keswick, CA12 5XN, United Kingdom
MineSights & LandmarksOutdoor activity organiser
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Cumbria & the Lakes
"This old slate mine has been reinvented as a centre for all kinds of activities: you could venture underground into the bowels of the old 'Edge' and 'Kimberley' mines, tackle a via ferrata, or climb inside the mine along a system of fixed cables, tracing the route followed by the slate miners. A tour into the 'Cathedral' mine runs on Friday by request, but you'll need eight people and it costs £25 per person."
Brantwood
Brantwood
4.6 (437 ratings)4.5 (395 ratings)
Former home of artist John Ruskin, now a house museum with period furniture, gardens & art displays.
East of Lake, Coniston, LA21 8AD, United Kingdom
Historical place museumSights & LandmarksArt galleryGardenSelf-catering accommodationWedding venueHistoric Sites
Mentioned by Fodor's Choice
Sights in The Lake District
"On the eastern shore of Coniston Water, Brantwood was the cherished home of John Ruskin (1819–1900), the noted Victorian artist, writer,…"
Catbells
Catbells
4.9 (400 ratings)5 (1462 ratings)
Steep 1,480-foot-high fell summit accessed via a 3.5-mile path with panoramic lakeland views.
Keswick, CA12 5UG, United Kingdom
Mountain peakOutdoor ActivitiesHiking Trails

Best Takeout Food Restaurants in Camerton

Silk Road
Silk Road
3.9 (67 ratings)
58 Main St, Keswick, CA12 5JT, United Kingdom
Chinese takeawayCantonese restaurantChinese noodle restaurantChinese restaurantDelivery Chinese restaurantFast food restaurantHong Kong style fast food restaurantTakeout RestaurantRestaurantRice restaurant
Rastelli's Pizzeria
Rastelli's Pizzeria
4.5 (474 ratings)
High-ceilings are supported by colourfully decorated pillars at this casual neighbourhood Italian.
Lake Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere LA23 3AP, United Kingdom
Italian restaurantPizza TakeoutRestaurant
Café Hope
Café Hope
4.3 (483 ratings)
Lake Rd, Keswick, CA12 5DG, United Kingdom
CafeCoffee shopDog cafeFamily restaurantIce cream shopTakeout RestaurantMiniature golf coursePitch and putt courseTea house

Best Arts and Culture Places in Camerton

Graphite Gallery Cumbria
Graphite Gallery Cumbria
75a Main St, Keswick, CA12 5DS, United Kingdom
Art gallery
Castlegate House Gallery
Castlegate House Gallery
4.3 (18 ratings)4.5 (10 ratings)
Castlegate House, Castlegate, Cockermouth, CA13 9HA, United Kingdom
Art galleryMuseums
Rebecca Cropper Art
Rebecca Cropper Art
5 (16 ratings)
Lake Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3AP, United Kingdom
Art gallery
Mentioned by Craig Manor Hotel
Shopping in Bowness-on-Windermere - The Best Shops to Visit
"If you’re looking to pick up some local bits and pieces to decorate your home with when you get back, pop into local artist Rebecca Cropper’s studio in Bowness, where she sells framed and mounted pieces. Incorporating lots of the local landscape into her works, the collection also includes mugs, cushions, lampshades and other homeware too. Alongside these great local stores, Bowness is also home to a selection of high-street names such as Pandora, Fat Face, Joules, Edinburgh Woolen Mill and more, so why not spend a day indulging in a bit of retail therapy during your stay in Bowness?"

Best Vegan Restaurants in Camerton

Cafe Bar 26
Cafe Bar 26
4.4 (215 ratings)
Vibrant cafe & wine bar serving European light lunches & also offering evening tapas.
26 Lake Rd, Keswick, CA12 5DQ, United Kingdom
CafeCocktail barVegan restaurantWine bar
Mrs Fs
Mrs Fs
4.6 (166 ratings)
74 Main St, Keswick, CA12 5DX, United Kingdom
CafeVegan restaurant
Mentioned by kestrellodge.co.uk
Pubs & Restaurants, Keswick - Kestrel Lodge
"This is a quirky friendly place for a homemade scone, cake, or soup. Everyone’s welcome again I’ve popped in here for a coffee after a day’s walking with muddy boots, woofs in tow, and felt right at home. Definitely worth a visit if your passing it’s a lovely atmosphere and everyone’s friendly and welcoming."
Fellinis Restaurant
Fellinis Restaurant
4.7 (450 ratings)
Church St, Ambleside, LA22 0BT, United Kingdom
Vegetarian restaurantMediterranean restaurantRestaurantVegan restaurant
Mentioned by Sarah Thain
The Best Vegan Restaurants & Cafes in Ambleside
"Owned by the same people as Ambleside Manor, Fellinis offers vegetarian fine dining with a modern twist. Expect decadent risotto, comforting pastry dishes and some classic puddings that have been veganised. We didn’t actually manage to eat here but we’ll definitely be back to try it, as everyone I’ve spoken to has given it rave reviews."
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