Sitting at the very southern tip of Lake Windermere and commanding views of the mountains is lakeshore park, Fell Foot. It provides easy lake access where you can hire a boat or canoe between April and October or bring your own.
This is the perfect way to enjoy the Lake District. Gliding along in an open canoe on Windermere, the largest lake in England, is an unforgettable experience. Running daily throughout high season, we offer kayak, canoe and rowing boat hire through our partners Low Wray Boat Hire.
Set back just 130 metres from the west shores of Lake Windermere, Tanner Brow occupies the first floor of a rugged stone cottage. Its elevated position ensures good views across the lake towards Bowness.
Defined by towering fells, glistening lakes and whispering forests, the Lake District is like nowhere else in England. There's a variety of places to stay too, from bunkhouses and bothies, campsites to cosy holiday cottages.
Conquer the fells and pikes and meander along the glistening waters of this spell-bindingly beautiful land. It’s home to Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain and arguably one of the most stunning because of its remote location and breathtaking views.