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Tel code: 016977 | code search
Postcode: CA10 | code search
Population: 275
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Bampton is a small unspoilt Cumbrian village, in the Lowther Valley, surrounded by a patchwork of green countryside on the edge of the Lake District National Park, home to just over 260 people. This quiet pocket of Cumbria and surrounding area will please the most discerning visitor, there's a real chance to get close to the wonders of Mother Nature whether it's exploring the Fells, lakes, or thunderous waterfall at Aira Force. Bravehearts can climb the highest mountain in England Scafell Pike, or for something less strenuous Lowther Leisure and Wildlife Park has 150 acres of stunning parkland to enjoy, smaller visitors will love the Puppet Show, and the fabulous Circus is sure to dazzle. For a touch of history Shap Abbey is a legacy from the 12th Century, turn back the hands of time at Penrith Castle, and follow in the footsteps of James1 and Charles 1 with a visit to Brougham Castle. Museum lovers can unlock secrets at the Cumbria Constabulary Museum where uniforms, truncheons and intriguing exhibits tells an arresting story. Possibly the impressive items on display at Cold Harbour Mill and Wool Museum will be irrisistable, and if it's tea pots all the way, it has to be Wetheriggs Country Pottery, still powered by steam.

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Mardale Inn (0.11 miles)

Mardale Inn

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Our cosy dog-friendly Lake District inn near Haweswater dates from the early 18th century and offers four-star B&B, excellent local food, traditional cask ales, great wines, real fires, and a ... More

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Beckfoot Country House (1.73 miles)

Beckfoot Country House

A warm welcome awaits you at Beckfoot. Lesley, David and staff wish you a very happy stay and hope you can make our home your home. Beckfoot is ideally situated for touring the Lake District, ... More | visit website

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Haweswater Hotel (1.85 miles)

Haweswater Hotel

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Friendly, family-run non-smoking hotel with stunning views of Lake and Fells in the heart of the Lake District national park. Whether looking for a relaxing 'away from it all' break, a central ... More

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Queens Head (3.39 miles)

Queens Head
The Queens Head is situated on the fringe of the beautiful Lake District National Park and is within walking distance to Ullswater.

We are a traditonal village Inn with some stone floors and many ceiling beams, ... More | visit website
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Kings Arms Hotel (3.71 miles)

Kings Arms Hotel

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The Kings Arms Hotel offers high quality accommodation. Situated in the village of Shap in Cumbria, on the eastern edge of the Lake District, the hotel is the perfect location ... More

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Whale Farm Cottage (3.72 miles)

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Greyhound Hotel (4.08 miles)

Greyhound Hotel
The Greyhound Hotel in Shap is a famous Westmorland hostelry dating back to 1680. Based just 5 minutes from junction 39 of the M6, with panoramic views of the Lake District fells, it is the ... More | visit website
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Sharrow Bay Hotel (4.30 miles)

Sharrow Bay Hotel

Sharrow Bay is a legend. Reputedly, the first ever country house hotel to be so called, its reputation as a magical luxury hotel is breathtakingly beautiful setting has spread world wide. Quite simply, Sharrow Bay ... More | visit website

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Waternook Lakeside Accommodation (4.38 miles)

Waternook Lakeside Accommodation
Waternook, lying at the foot of Hallin Fell on the shore of beautiful Ullswater offers room and breakfast for those wishing to escape the crowd. We provide a quiet, relaxing stay, a comfortable bed, a ... More | visit website
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Elm House (4.54 miles)

Elm House
Built in 1863 out of local sandstone and once the village post office Elm House has been providing bed and breakfast accommodation over the last 40 years. This family-run guest house is situated just 400m ... More | visit website

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