Castlerigg hall, keswick

Discussion in 'Cumbria' started by dan H, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. A great site, we've been a few times now, everything you need, and we even had non stop sunshine, only the second time ever, a couple of pics from our travels around the area.
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    She's going to kill me for this one.
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    My wife was driving home to the theme of magic roundabout, think she may have eaten something iffy :)
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    All in all a great stay :)
     
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  2. Great photos. Very jealous as I love the Lake District. Have a look at the waterfalls at Ambleside if you get chance, not as dramatic but still pleasant.
     
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  3. Thanks Jono, yeah we've been to the one at Ambleside a few times too, a lovely place also, parking charges are astronomical £5, yes £5 for upto 2 hours. I know there higher than average in the lakes but that's a joke.
     
  4. Looks like she's eaten half of that fly agaric!
     
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  5. Yeah, the car parks are expensive especially if going up the hills for a whole day.
    Get some gingerbread from Grasmere, it's very nice and certainly better than the mushrooms.
     
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  6. Love Keswick :thumbsup:
     
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  7. Think it was something like £9 for the whole day or something. Crazy prices, well for us northerners anyway :) might try that next time, she was complaining of a bad belly all the way home. :)
    We always start our hols in Keswick and go from there,

    Think a surf trip to Cornwall is on the cards next, no kids tooooo woop.
     
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    just returned from Castlerigg Hall. Fantastic site. Red hot on Saturday. Perfect vues.
     
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    this was parked on camping field. Champagne microbus with Riviera conversion.
     
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    Fantastic weather for a walk around Derwentwater.
     
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    this was parked up at the ferry, then a boat came in with the bride and groom and loads of guests.
     
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  12. Used to go to the one up the road when it was run by 2 old retired farmers. Spend a few hours nattering about trade and how sheep should be outlawed
     

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