Want to find a secluded spot in the Lake District to take in the view? We’ve hidden beaches that are perfect for paddling in, hills where you can enjoy the sunset without the crowds, and small gardens where you can take in the scents. We’ve even some tiny iconic buildings that you can enjoy just on your own, or with family and friends.
A visit to High Lickbarrow Farm will be like no National Trust place you have ever experienced before. With the place exclusively yours, we invite you to make yourselves at home and become immersed in the Bottomley family’s Lakeland way of life.
Built on a bridge over a beck in bustling Ambleside, this quaint little building was, amazingly, once home to a family of eight.
An enchanting woodland garden full of unusual shrubs and trees, with rambling paths and a different delight around each corner.
Enjoy one of the most jaw-dropping beach-side views in the Lakes when woodland (a haven for red squirrels) suddenly opens up to offer a view along Crummock Water.
Four permanent islands lie in the waters of Derwent Water. Find out more about them and about the mysterious extra one which pops up once a year at the end of summer!
Force Crag Mine has a 200-year-old history and it also played a part in World War II. Step back in time and learn more.
Tucked away in the village of Hawkshead, Beatrix Potter's gallery is one of the only places you can see original artwork from one of our favourite Lake District authors
This is a fantastic spot for a great view just a short stroll from the road, across flower-studded pasture to a rocky headland looking out to sea.