Surrounding Area

The Lake District is one of the most
popular tourist attractions in England,
and is famous for its lakes and
mountains. As a result, the region offers
excellent facilities for watersports
enthusiasts, as well as for walkers and

Although the beauty of the landscape is something not to be missed, the Lake District
also offers much, much more. Towns such as Ambleside, Bowness, Coniston,
Grasmere, Hawkshead, Keswick and Windermere have become particular favourites for
many visitors. All these towns are littered with attractions that you can visit on those
occasional rainy days: for example, in Ambleside there is the traditional glass-making of
Adrian Sankey; in Bowness, the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction; near Coniston,
Brantwood, the home of John Ruskin; in Grasmere, Dove Cottage, the home of William
Wordsworth from 1799-1808; near Hawkshead, a trout fishery; in Keswick, George
Fisher Ltd. - the outdoor retailer of the year; and finally, near Windermere, the
Windermere Steamboat Museum. Much closer to home, there are attractions such as
Artcrystal, the National Trust's Fell Foot Park, Holker Hall and the Lakeland Motor
Museum. And that's just a small handful of the many things to see and do!

The advantage of staying at The Cavendish Arms in Cartmel is that you're on the fringe
of the Lake District National Park - all the scenery and the above attractions are easily
accessible, but you can also get peace and tranquillity away from the crowds that often
dominate the central Lakes.


There are a choice of ten
tastefully furnished
bedrooms, some dating
from the 16th Century to
others recently completed.
All are fully en suite with
televisions and tea and
coffee making facilities.
One even has a four poster
bed for those romantics
amongst you.

Other Information

The Cavendish Arms has a charm
honed over the years; the walls are
not quite plumb nor are some of the
doorcases; the beamed ceiling is low
and the floorboards creak, but the
atmosphere is quite something to

The Cavendish has been well
renowned for its exceptionally fine
food for many years. The restaurant
continues to delight customers old and
new with meal skilfully prepared to
suit all tastes. Sunday roasts are
prepared on an open spit - the
anticipation and the dining are to be
equally enjoyed.

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