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Rydal Water, a glacial lake moments away from Rydal Lodge.

Rydal Water, a serene glacial lake moments away from Rydal Lodge, offers a peaceful escape. Its tranquil shores invite leisurely walks, providing stunning reflections of the encircling fells—a perfect spot to lose yourself in nature.

Rydal Water, a glacial lake moments away from Rydal Lodge.

Beneath Loughrigg Fell is Rydal Cave, a relic from ancient slate mining.

A picturesque walk for photographers and walkers alike starts at Pelter Bridge and leads to Loughrigg Fell. Hidden beneath Loughrigg Fell is Rydal Cave. This man-made cave awaits you as a relic from ancient slate mining.

Beneath Loughrigg Fell is Rydal Cave, a relic from ancient slate mining.

Rydal Mount, historic home of poet William Wordsworth.

Rydal Hall’s beautiful gardens and Grot is one of Britain’s earliest examples of a viewing station.

Stroll through Rydal Hall’s beautiful gardens with various plant collections, sculptures and the Grot. The Grot was built in 1668 by Sir Daniel Fleming and was designed as a place to enjoy the spectacular Rydal Falls. It's one of Britain’s earliest examples of a viewing station.

Rydal Hall’s beautiful gardens and Grot, is one of Britain’s earliest examples of a viewing station.

Ambleside offers boutique shops & landmarks like the Bridge House and Stock Ghyll Falls.

Grasmere boasts stone cottages & artisanal shops – a taste of traditional English village life.

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