Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Motherby

We've collected top 10 mentioned kid friendly attractions in Motherby from other articles such as Fodor's Choice, Visit Cumbria, yably.co.uk.

Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Motherby

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 Holgates Cottage Collection
Ten Of The Best Days Out In The South Lake District, Cumbria
"This proper fairytale castle only recently opened its doors to the public and is operated by the National Trust. The neo-gothic castle has numerous towers and turrets to explore and various exhibitions to check out along the way. For example, kids can dress up in period costumes, build their own castle and explore the new Peter Rabbit adventure rooms, as well as an excellent outdoor play area too."
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 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 >>"
Mentioned by lakesiderailway.co.uk
Visitor Attractions | The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway
"Take in the scenic views and gardens down to the shores of Windermere. Browse round the shop and treat yourself to something tasty in the café. The extensive gardens are a delight whatever time you choose to visit."
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
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 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."
Ice Cream Garden & Tearoom
Ice Cream Garden & Tearoom
4.9 (32 ratings)
10 Corn Market, Penrith, CA11 7DA, United Kingdom
Tea houseBreakfast restaurantCafeIce cream shopSoup restaurant
Crummock Water
Crummock Water
4.8 (124 ratings)4.5 (106 ratings)
Mountains encircle this scenic lake, which is a tranquil destination for walks, picnics & views.
Cockermouth, UK
LakeNature & ParksBodies of Water
Borrans Park
Borrans Park
4.6 (102 ratings)4.5 (7 ratings)
1 MacIver Ln, Ambleside, LA22 0HJ, United Kingdom
ParkNature & ParksGardens
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
15 Best Things to Do in Ambleside (Cumbria, England
"If you need a picnic spot, or just somewhere to relax in front of Windermere, Borrans Park is a public green space at the lake’s northernmost tip just west of Waterhead. The park merges with the greenery around the Roman fort, and there are benches facing the water so you watch the steamers coming and going, and take in natural splendour the lakeshore. Behind you to the north and northeast are the brooding high fells of the Central Lakeland."
Mentioned by southlakeland.gov.uk
Ambleside and Grasmere parks
"Borrans Park has magnificent views of Windermere lake and is easily accessed from the A591. There are the remains of a Roman road leading to the ruin of a Roman fort with historical interpretation information in the adjacent field. The large grassed recreation area has picnic tables and ample seating."
Rothay Park - South Lakeland District Council
Rothay Park - South Lakeland District Council
4.7 (401 ratings)
1 Vicarage Rd, Ambleside, LA22 9DH, United Kingdom
Park
Mentioned by southlakeland.gov.uk
Ambleside and Grasmere parks
"Rothay Park is a popular park situated in the centre of Ambleside, it is surrounded by a dramatic landscape and offers a gateway to some of the most beautiful fells in the Lake District. The park provides lots of opportunities for play and relaxation for both residents and visitors of all ages and abilities, from a full size football pitch and children's play area to picnic benches, large grassed areas and natural rock outcrops."
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,…"

Best Dinner Places to Eat in Motherby

The Angel Inn
The Angel Inn
4.4 (1185 ratings)
Bright, modern rooms, some with lake views, in a family-run inn with gardens and terrace dining.
Helm Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere LA23 3BU, United Kingdom
InnBarBed & breakfastPubRestaurant
Mentioned by Things To Do
Where to Eat in Bowness-on-Windermere: The Best Restaurants and Bars
"The Angel Helm Road, Bowness-on-Windermere LA23 3BU, EnglandReservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free WifiBar, British, Pub, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free OptionsDrinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, BrunchHK$165 - HK$385+44 15394 44080"
Mentioned by Sally's Cottages
The Best Places to Eat in Bowness and Windermere
"Tall windows, a roaring open fire, and logs stacked up in the nooks, The Angel Inn is a modern restaurant with a sprinkling of character. The colourful seating and bright room makes this a cheerful place for a meal, with a menu that offers sweet and simple food with no fuss. Location: Helm Road, Bowness-on-Windermere,Contact: 015394 44080Dog-friendly"
Monsoons Indian Restaurant
Monsoons Indian Restaurant
3.9 (40 ratings)
Compact, relaxed dinner eatery showcasing traditional specialties from India, Bangladesh.
North Terrace, Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere LA23 3AU, United Kingdom
Indian restaurantRestaurant
The Square Orange Café
The Square Orange Café
4.7 (518 ratings)
Cosy bar & eatery serving stone-baked pizzas, tapas & desserts, plus coffees, wine & beer.
20 St John's St, Keswick, CA12 5AS, United Kingdom
CafeBarRestaurant
Mentioned by Things To Do
Top 10 restaurants in Keswick, United Kingdom (UK)
"20 St. Johns Street, Keswick CA12 5AS, EnglandSeating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free WifiItalian, Bar, Pizza, Cafe, Mediterranean, European, Spanish, British, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free OptionsLunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks+44 17687 73888"
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
Top things to do in Keswick, England
"This lively cafe-bar seems to have become everyone's favourite hangout in Keswick – thanks no doubt to its superb thin-based pizzas, excellent wine and craft beer selection and a regular programme of live gigs...."

Top 10 Free Things To Do and Attractions in Motherby

Stagshaw Garden
Stagshaw Garden
4.5 (158 ratings)
Tranquil woodland garden featuring walking paths through trees, shrubs & flowers.
Ambleside, LA22 0HE, United Kingdom
Garden
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
15 Best Things to Do in Ambleside (Cumbria, England
"The former regional agent for the National Trust, Cubby Acland, landscaped this picture perfect eight-acre garden by the lakefront on Waterhead’s south side. The lower part of the Jenkin Crag walk will lead you into this space. Half of the garden is cultivated, with magnolias, camellias, azaleas, embothriums, shrubs and rhododendrons, which do well in the Lake District’s acidic soils."
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,…"
Harris Park Bowling Club
Harris Park Bowling Club
4.4 (46 ratings)4.5 (12 ratings)
1 Parkside Ave, Cockermouth, CA13 0DR, United Kingdom
Lawn bowls clubNature & ParksPlaygroundsGardensParks

Best Gelato in Motherby

Wrights Coffee Co.
Wrights Coffee Co.
4.8 (33 ratings)
12 Middlegate, Penrith, CA11 7PG, United Kingdom
Coffee shopIce cream shop
Lake District Emporium & Annie's Pantry
Lake District Emporium & Annie's Pantry
4.5 (19 ratings)
Springs Farm, Springs Rd, Keswick CA12 4AN, United Kingdom
Tea houseBreakfast restaurantFarm shopGift shopIce cream shopSandwich shop
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."
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