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  • Relax and unwind in the tranquil gardens
  • Wythop Bridge in the tiny hamlet of Wythop Mill
  • Across every lake is another stunning view
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Activities tagged with: Lake District

Angling

Angling

Facilities and opportunities for Angling in and around our area are some of the best and most varied in the UK. Whether your preference is the pursuit of salmon and trout and other game fish or for coarse angling or sea fishing, our region's rivers, lakes, shores and coastal waters offer some of the finest and best value angling to be had anywhere.

Blackwell The Arts and Crafts House

Blackwell The Arts and Crafts House

Blackwell is one of Britain’s finest Arts & Crafts historic houses from the turn of the last century and survives in a truly remarkable state of preservation retaining its original decorative features, including the rare and fragile hessian wall-hangings in the Dining Room.

Cockermouth Golf Club, Embleton

Cockermouth Golf Club, Embleton

18 holes PGA rated golf course, ully equiped, cosy and friendly clubhouse with easy parking. Visitors welcome. A down-to-earth and handsome fell-top and heathland course; a bit exposed so adverse weather brings a golf challenge or two.

Dalemain Gardens

Dalemain Gardens

Dalemain has been the home of the Hasell-McCosh for eleven generations. Here, visitors can discover and enjoy four centuries of history, 5 acres of celebrated gardens, historic parkland and home-made food served in the Mediaeval Hall Tearoom.

Holker Hall & Gardens

Holker Hall & Gardens

Magnificently situated only a short distance from Grange-over-Sands and the expanse of Morecambe Bay. Holker Hall is set in exceptionally beautiful countryside with gardens that merge into Parkland framed by the Lakeland Hills.

Hutton in the Forest

Hutton in the Forest

Hutton-in-the-Forest is an ancient and historic Cumbrian house which was at least two hundred and fifty years old.

Keswick Theatre by the Lake

Keswick Theatre by the Lake

Keswick Theatre by the Lake is a year-round professional producing and presenting theatre which provides a service through the performing arts to communities of, and visitors to, Cumbria.

Mirehouse

Mirehouse

Mirehouse is a family run historic house attraction open to visitors to enjoy its strong literary connections, live piano music and children's activities.

Muncaster Castle

Muncaster Castle

Muncaster Castle is still a privately owned family home to the Pennington’s and three generations of the family still live in the Castle today.

Silver Meadows Wetland Nature Reserve

Silver Meadows Wetland Nature Reserve

The Silver Meadow wetland nature reserve is next door to The Pheasant and is a must walk for any visitor. This beautiful area is 7 hectares of wetland and once part of Bassenthwaite Lake, but now is home to a range of special wetland flora, fauna and wildlife.

Skiddaw Bunkouse

Skiddaw Bunkouse

Skiddaw House the bunkhouse, YHA affiliated, but independently run is available for anyone to go and stay overnight, providing you can cope with the walk in!!

Wordsworth House and Garden

Wordsworth House and Garden

Wordsworth House and Garden, birthplace of romantic poet William and his sister Dorothy, is one of the stars of a major new behind-the-scenes ITV series showing over the autumn and winter.

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The Pheasant Inn
Bassenthwaite Lake
Cockermouth
Cumbria
CA13 9YE

Tel: +44 (0) 17687 76234
Email: reception@the-pheasant.co.uk

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