Things to see and do - Cartmel
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Cartmel is a charming Lake District village, close to Windermere. The market square is very elegant with its 17C and 18C houses and its Priory Gatehouse.
Tourist attractions Cartmel : Things to see and do
Priory Close GB - Cartmel LA11 6PU
The priory is the largest medieval building (12C) in the Lake District. It escaped the destructions of the Dissolution by becoming a parish church. Its unusual tower is in fact made of two towers diagonally placed on top of each other. Inside, a fine..
Aynsome Lane GB - Cartmel LA11 6HH
Superbly situated, Aynsome Manor is a charming, 3-star manor house in the picturesque valley of Cartmel. It has pretty meadow and woodland views and good access to Newby Bridge at Lake Windermere. Aynsome Manor has been awarded an AA red rosette and..
Grange-Over-Sands GB - Cartmel LA11 6QB
Situated in the village of Cartmel, Priory Hotel is a newly refurbished hotel with free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi. The village, which recently became known as the ‘home to sticky toffee pudding’, is more commonly associated with horse racing. C..
Haggs Lane GB - Cartmel LA11 6HD
Overlooking the surrounding countryside, Uplands offers a bar and a restaurant. With free Wi-Fi throughout and free onsite parking, it is only 15 minutes’ walk from the bustling village of Cartmel and just 7 miles from Lake Windermere. The rooms inc..
The Square GB - Cartmel LA11 6QD
Converted cottage by a lovely stream; the informal cousin to L'Enclume. Characterful beamed interior with leather sofas and an open fire. Relaxed, friendly service. Seasonal menus rely on locally sourced produce.
Cavendish St GB - Cartmel LA11 6PZ
Friendly, stone-built former smithy in an attractive village. Inventive, modern cooking uses top quality produce to create dishes with a pleasing lightness and a superb balance of flavours. Home-grown and foraged ingredients feature highly. Comfy, tr..
GB - Cartmel LA11 6PL
Comfy, cosy local in a delightful village. It looks rather like a row of terraced cottages and with three tiny rooms, has an intimate feel. Reasonably priced, traditional pub menus: cooking is honest and careful with bold, defined flavours.