World of Beatrix Potter
This themed attraction brings to life various scenes from Beatrix Potter's books, including Peter Rabbit's garden, Mr McGregor's...
Windermere Lake Cruises
Since the launch of the first passenger ferry in 1845, cruising has been an essential part of every Windermere itinerary. Some vessels...
Windermere & the Islands
Like many places in Cumbria, Windermere gets its name from the old Norse, Vinandr mere, or Vinandr's lake (so Lake Windermere is...
Hole in T' Wall
Bowness' oldest boozer, dating back to 1612 and offering lashings of rough-beamed, low-ceilinged atmosphere.
Windermere gets its own boutique coffee house, serving excellent flat whites, pour overs and ristrettos, accompanied by a fine display...
Ellerthwaite Sq, Windermere Town · interesting places nearby
Seafood might not be something you immediately think of when deciding what to eat in Windermere, but Paul White's first-class fish restaurant is well worth considering. He likes to keep things classic: hake with Mediterranean veg and pesto, sea trout with peas and pancetta or lemon Sole with capers and parsley butter. It's small, so bookings are essential.