Fell Foot

Fell Foot

Things to see and do

Get active

Enjoying an autumnal walk at Fell Foot

Fell Foot's heritage and garden circular walk

An easy 1.6 mile walk with historical landmarks, trees and wildlife to look out for, beginning and ending at the Boathouse café. Dogs welcome.

Accessibility

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Venue hire

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What's on

Upcoming events

Pram Fit

Thu 23 Jan 2020
10:00-11:00
Bring your baby along to these gentle fitness sessions, designed to ease you back into your workout.

Intermediate Fitness Group

Thu 23 Jan 2020
12:00-13:00
If you’re interested in a variety of fitness exercises for cardio and strength building, this class is for you.

Beginners Fitness Group

Fri 24 Jan 2020
09:45-10:45
Can't do a press up? No problem!

Pizza brunch

Sun 26 Jan 2020
12:00-15:00
Eating out will never be the same again...

Social winter walk

Mon 27 Jan 2020
10:00-11:00
Wrap up warm during the winter and take a stroll around Fell Foot, finishing with a brew in the café.

Little explorers

Wed 29 Jan 2020
09:30-10:30
Stretch little legs with a series of guided, nature themed walks around the park for pre-school children. These basic walking routes are suitable for the whole family.
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Eating and shopping

Fell Foot Boathouse Cafe

Eating at Fell Foot

Whether you're in the mood for a barista coffee, a warming hot pot or a wood fired pizza from our special pizza Landrover, no visit to Fell Foot is complete without a tasty treat.

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Our work

Pinetum

Tree felling in the Pinetum 

Find out about the work happening to restore the Pinetum - the park's collection of specimen trees - this winter.

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Get involved

Fell Foot youth rangers

Youth Rangers at Fell Foot 

It is no secret that our hard-working rangers are to thank for keeping Fell Foot looking its best all year round, but we have another work force who also deserve appraisal.

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History

Colonel Ridehalgh

Fell Foot's former glory 

Fell Foot was once the dramatic setting for a prestigious Lake District villa and has been significant as a recreational estate for over two centuries. Let's introduce the previous owners of this estate.

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Places to stay

A row of feet and an open fire

Whether it’s for relaxation or adventure, the Lakes is a wonderful place to take a break. We’ve 19 cosy holiday cottages, 4 beautiful campsites and 2 bothies to choose from - all in stunning locations.