10/ Penrith Laser Wars

Penrith Laser Wars
http://www.laserwarsuk.co.uk T: 01768 398983

11/ Brougham Castle - Brougham

The ruins of this 13th century fortress are just one mile away from Brougham Hall, home to Alice's Wonderland, a museum of dolls and teddy bears, the Old Smokehouse, the Tirril Brewery, truffles and other local crafts.
http://www.english-heritage.org.uk T: 01768 862488

12/ Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill

National Trust garden and watermill with all three species of British newt in the Sunken Garden. Then there is the Herb Garden, the Wild Garden and woodland walk with those nice red squirrels.
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk T: 017683 61893

13/ Coombs Wood

Coombs Wood is a perfect place on the banks of the River Eden. Great for walking and mountain bikes with two paths leading to Armathwaite with its 2 dog-friendly pubs - the Fox & Pheasant & the Dukes Head.
http://www.wanderingcloud.co.uk/posts/coombs-wood-armathwaite-18.php T: 01228 618594

14/ Rheged Discovery Centre

The Village in the Hill. Named after the ancient Celtic kingdom , Rheged offers an all-weather world of myths and legends on a screen the size of 6 double -decker buses as well as localised retail therapy , artists' exhibitions , paper-making and an indoor children's play area.
http://www.rheged.com T: 01768 868000

15/ Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre

A large collection of hawks, eagles, falcons and owls from around the world. Flying demonstrations start daily at high noon.
http://www.lbpc.co.uk T: 01931 712746

16/ Lowther Castle and Gardens

Lowther Castle and Gardens
http://www.lowthercastle.org/ 01931 712192

17/ Ullswater Steamers

The perfect way to see Ullswater is on " Raven " or " Lady of the Lake " which ply between Pooley Bridge and Glenridding with a stop off in Howtown for the start of some of the Lake District's favourite walks.
http://www.ullswater-steamers.co.uk T: 017684 82229

18/ Talkin Tarn Country Park

Fed by underwater springs, Talkin Tarn offers fishing, dingy sailing and rowing boats. The footpath round the lake links The Tarn End Hotel and the Boathouse tearoom.
http://www.carlisle.gov.uk/leisure_and_culture/parks_and_open_spaces/park_locations/talkin_tarn.aspx T: 016977 41050

19/ Hadrians Wall

What have the Romans ever done for us? This world heritage site and one of the 7 "must see" tourist attractions in Britain stretches 80 miles and includes Senhouse Roman Museum on the west coast in Maryport (Alauna ), Birdoswald Roman Fort, Roman Army Museum, Vindolanda, Housesteads, Chesters, Corbridge..................use the B6318, the big dipper which links them all! Look at www.hadrians-wall.org and book another week off work.
http://www.hadrians-wall.org T: 016977 47602
1/ Melmerby Swimming Pool

Melmerby Swimming Pool

20/ Killhope Lead Mine

A visit to Killhope, the award winning North of England Lead Mining Museum, is a unique and unforgettable experience. Killhope is a fully restored nineteenth century Victorian lead mine, where you can experience for yourself the life and work of the lead mining families of the Pennine dales.
http://www.killhope.org.uk 01388 537505

21/ The Hub

The Hub is Alston's transport museum with lots of local history. Open on the same days as the South Tynedale Railway.
http://www.alston-hub.org.uk 01434 381609

22/ St. Johns Pool

For £20 / hour you can rent St. Johns Pool - a swimming pool, jacuzzi & sauna and have it exclusively for your own use.
http://www.stjohnspool.co.uk T: 01434 382537

23/ Shepherds Inn

One mile from Gamblesby, the Shepherds Inn offers a varied and exciting choice of food and real ales.
http://www.shepherdsinnmelmerby.co.uk T: 01768 881741

24/ Village Bakery

Bread matters! The award winning Village Bakery and restaurant draw customers from miles around for outstanding organic bread and cakes. These visitors were Polish automobile journalists putting the latest Ford Focus through its paces on the A686.
http://www.village-bakery.com T: 01768 881811

25/ Fox Inn

Three miles from gamblesby on quiet fellside roads is the village of Ousby and the Fox Inn. There is a large bar area with a pool table where dogs are also welcome. There is also a slightly more formal restaurant. The food is excellent.
http://www.foxinnousby.co.uk T: 01768 881374

26/ The Blue Bell Inn - Newbiggin

A traditional Cumbrian pub well off the beaten track. Be hungry, be very hungry. (Twice round Talkin Tarn is probably not enough).
http://www.bluebellinnnewbiggin.co.uk T: 01768 896615

2/ Hunsonby Pool

Heated outdoor pools in Hunsonby. Free car park. Hunsonby pool has no lifeguard (but Lazonby does have one).
01768 881381

3/ Hartside Fell Drive (A686) to Alston

Admire the horsepower at Hartside Cafe, 1903 feet above sea level - imagine the view no camera can capture! The A686 is described by Cumbria Tourist Board as " Scenic " ; the AA magazine voted it one of the WORLD'S 10 best drives!
http://www.cybermoor.org T: 01434 382808

4/ South Tynedale Railway

The restored Victorian station at Alston is home to the highest steam railway in England. Steam trains run to Kirkhaugh in Northumberland through stunning scenery. The line is currently being extended to Slaggyford. The South Tynedale Trail goes all the way to Haltwhistle.
http://www.strps.org.uk T: 01434 382828

5/ Long Meg Stone Circle

A fascinating druid stone circle known only to the chosen few.

6/ Lacys Caves and Little Salkeld Watermill

Ask us about the wonderful walk which combines Lacys Caves and Little Salkeld Watermill with Long Meg & her Daughters and St. Michael's church at Addingham.
http://www.organicmill.co.uk T: 01768 881523

7/ Kirk Neuk Studio and Gallery

Visit Lazonby and Kirk Neuk Studio and Gallery. The Gallery displays work by sculptress Annie Peaker.
http://www.anniepeaker.co.uk T: 01768 870492

8/ Settle - Carlisle Railway

Travel on England's most scenic railway from our local station at Langwathby. North for the fastest route to the historic border city of Carlisle with its castle, cathedral , award winning Tullie House Museum, laser quest, go-karts, cinemas and shopping or South for the breathtaking scenery and the picturesque market towns of Appleby, Kirkby Stephen, Settle and Skipton.
http://www.settle-carlisle.co.uk T: 01729 825037

9/ Whins Pond Coarse Fishing

Fishing for an Eden dream, teaming with carp and roach and bream.
http://www.coarseanglers.co.uk T: 01768 862671

G/ The G spot

Congratulations, you have found Gamblesby! Unspoilt and peaceful, Gamblesby hides away at the foot of the North Pennines. An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty one mile from the A686.

Village greens, a little stream, two churches, one red telephone box ,one post box and Church Court Cottages . Which cottage will you stay in?
http://www.gogamblesby.co.uk T: 01768 881682
Church Court Cottages

Church Court Cottages - Standort

Ferienhäuser in der wunderschönen hügeligen Landschaft zwischen den Gebirgen des Seengebiets (Lake District National Park) und den North Pennines.

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  1. Melmerby Swimming Pool
  2. Hunsonby Swimming Pool
  3. Hartside Fell Drive (A686)
  4. South Tynedale Railway
  5. Long Meg Stone Circle
  6. Lacy's Caves, Little Salkeld Mill
  7. Kirk Neuk Studio and Gallery
  8. Settle-Carlisle Railway
  9. Whins Pond Coarse Fishing
10. Penrith Laser Wars
11. Brougham Castle
12. Acorn Bank Garden & Mill
13. Coombs Wood
14. Rheged Discovery Centre
15. Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre
16. Lowther Castle and Gardens
17. Ullswater Steamers
18. Talkin Tarn Country Park
19. Hadrian's Wall
20. Killhope Lead Mine
21. The Hub
22. St John's Pool

Places to Eat in the Area
23. The Shepherd's Inn
24. The Village Bakery
25. The Fox Inn
26. The Bluebell Inn

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