Fell Foot Park and Garden (Newby Bridge) Reviews
Description:Newby Bridge, LA12 8NN. Tel 015395 31273. Fell Foot Park and Garden was a typical late Victorian garden of ... more
Newest Review: ... most stunning colourful floral displays I have seen in a long time. If you have parked at the overflow car park and you walk from there you should pass a small park, just off the pathway, which is great for the younger children with you, but if you stray from the path and walk through this park, through the trees, you will find a slightly larger park for the elder kids with you...have a go at ... more
Customer Fell Foot Park and Garden (Newby Bridge) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/03/08 (Very useful, 295 readings)
Fell foot park in the lake district is owned and kept by the great people of the National trust. It is situated on the A592 between Bowness-on-windermere and Newby Bridge. The entrance to the park is a one way system and is controlled by speed humps into the pay and display car park, which has an overflow car park toward the exit of the park. Parking cost is between £2.50 for 2 hours and £6 per day. When you exit your car, and have placed your ticket on the window, you then walk down a steady slope, stoned pathway, down towards the western part of Lake Windermere, passing some of the most stunning colourful floral displays I have seen in a long ... Read the complete review
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