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Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum
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County - Cumbria | Map
Tel code: 015394 | code search
Postcode: LA22 | code search
Population: 1000
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Grasmere Red Lion Hotel
"General review: Very enjoyable stay, we were in a double bed room, are there any twin bed rooms. Would recommend the hotel especially in such a splendid location

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Travellers Rest Inn
"yes a very memorable stay staff were very nice and fullfilled all your needs lovely food and service and very pet friendly a lovely working team . Thankyou very much ..." More

Grasmere Red Lion Hotel
"Good Points: Location is what we wanted, hotel facilities excellent,very friendly hotel. General review: As already stated vey pleased with all facilities. Only one negative had booked for dinner,when we entered ..." More

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"Grasmere Gingerbread. One of the true culinary delights of Britain, Grasmere gingerbread even has a good if sad story behind it, made by Sarah Nelson in the second half of ..." More

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Grasmere is a charming village right in the heart of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, England. Within easy reach are the honeypot towns of Ambleside, Keswick, Hawkshead, Coniston, Bowness and Windermere.
Grasmere Water lies to the south of the village, around which there are some gentle walks for those that prefer the lower ground. For those that prefer a greater challenge, in Grasmere you're centrally situated for taking on the craggy peaks of the Scafell Pikes, Helvellyn, Skiddaw and the Langdale Pikes.
Grasmere was once the home of the famous poet William Wordsworth; today you can visit two of his former homes - Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount. Also in the centre of Grasmere is St. Oswalds Church, the churchyard of which contains the Wordsworth family graves.

Attraction

Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum
Heaton Cooper Studio

Church

St Oswald

Doctor

Dr Birket IJ & Partners

Hostel

YHA Grasmere

Inn

Glen Rothay Hotel and Badger Bar
Red Lion Inn
Swan
Travellers Rest Inn

Pub and Bar

Dale Lodge Hotel & Tweedies Bar
Wordsworth Hotel

Restaurant

Cumbria Carvery
Jumble Room
Rothay Garden Hotel
Rowan Tree Vegetarian Restaurant
Sara’s
White Moss House
Williams of Grasmere
Wordsworth Hotel

Taxi

Grasmere Taxi Services

Venue

Rothay Garden Hotel
Waterside Hotel

Shops

Cotswold Outdoor
Grasmere Art Gallery
Heaston Cooper Gallery
Mother Earth
Miller Howe Cafe
Grasmere Pharmacy
Grasmere Garden Centre
Kirk Allans Gifts
Lakes Crafts & Antiques Gallery
Back Steps Gift Shop

Places to Stay near Grasmere

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Grasmere Hotel (0.11 miles)

Grasmere Hotel
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The Grasmere Hotel is a delightful Victorian Country House Hotel and Restaurant in Grasmere Village. Our multi award-winning restaurant overlooks the ... More
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Grasmere Red Lion Hotel (0.14 miles)

Grasmere Red Lion Hotel

The Grasmere Red Lion combines the charm of a traditional coaching inn with modern facilities, situated in the quaint central Lakeland village of Grasmere. All the rooms in this non-smoking hotel are en suite many ... More | visit website

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Wordsworth Hotel (0.22 miles)

Wordsworth Hotel
The privately owned Wordsworth Hotel is a lovely Victorian Lakeland house set in a tranquil Lakeland village. The lounges and stunning new conservatory have spectacular views over the fells that so inspired the poet Wordsworth. ... More | visit website
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Rothay Garden Hotel (0.22 miles)

Rothay Garden Hotel
Situated on the outskirts of Picturesque Grasmere village and nestling in two acres of riverside gardens surrounded by majestic fells, this elegant hotel is surely the perfect choice for a relaxing Lakeland break.

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Gold Rill Hotel (0.27 miles)

Gold Rill Hotel

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Situated in a quiet corner of Grasmere overlooking the lake and surrounded by majestic fells. Just 2 minutes walk from the village centre. The hotel stands in one acre of ... More

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Swan (0.36 miles)

Swan
The Swan at Grasmere has elegant, cosy lounges and traditional rooms with free mineral water and satellite TV. The centre of Grasmere is within a 10-minute walk. Set in the Lake District National Park, all of ... More | visit website
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Chestnut Villa (0.38 miles)

Chestnut Villa

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Chestnut Villa was originally built in 1904, as a Coaching Inn and is situated on the edge of the picturesque 'honeypot' village of Grasmere. Under new management, the new owners ... More

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Forest Side Hotel (0.42 miles)

Forest Side Hotel

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Forest Side is an attractive, secluded Victorian stately hotel, situated in wooded estate in the Lake District. It is located at Wordsworth's picturesque Grasmere village. Home to wild deer, red ... More

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Travellers Rest Inn (0.73 miles)

Travellers Rest Inn

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An original 16thC coaching inn on the outskirts of Grasmere village, The Travellers Rest epitomizes the traditional Lakeland inn. Full of old world charm and character with oak beams and ... More

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The Langdale Hotel & Spa (1.79 miles)

The Langdale Hotel & Spa

Founded on the site of an abandoned 19th century gonpowder works dotted with massive milestones and other carefully preserved reminders of its history, the Estate offers a superb range of facilities including two restaurants, two ... More | visit website

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