Lake Windermere (Cumbria) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Aquarium is the place to visit displaying a wide variety of fish and lake dwelling creatures including a Wells Cat Fish which is huge and otters. Another attraction is the Lakeside to Haverthwaite steam railway which is a good way to see a lot of the local scenery. Steamer and Launcher services run all day on the lake and offer a laid back form of transport across the lake rather than driving round. There are also motor-boats and rowing boats for hire at several points around the lake, wind-surfing, canoe hire and rock-climbing are other activities that are available. I believe the best way to get a feel for the place is on foot or by b... more
Customer Lake Windermere (Cumbria) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
We visited the Lake District this year on holiday and camped around 30 minutes drive from Lake Windermere at Braithwaite. Lake Windermere is the largest natural lake in England. At over ten miles long, 1 mile wide and 220ft deep it certainly is huge and provides a great variety of wildlife and activities. Lake Windermere is home to otters as well the widest variey of plants in the National Park, a wide variety of fish, underwater plants and birds. To get a glimpse of what lives in the lake the Lakeside Aquarium is the place to visit displaying a wide variety of fish and lake dwelling creatures including a Wells Cat Fish which is huge and otters. Another ... Read the complete review
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