Keen walkers and cyclists have been flocking to Windermere for years to make the most of the jaw-dropping natural views on offer in the town. There are plenty more exciting ways to get to know this traditional town. Why not have a look at the top three alternative ways to explore Britain's most scenic region?
Travellers with an adventurous streak can really get stuck into the rugged Lake District landscape by taking an off-road driving tour. Whatever the weather or time of day, a 4×4 vehicle can take you on an exhilarating excursion on the unbeaten track, with breathtaking views of the mountainous scenery and vast lakes along the way.
A well known rat once said "there is nothing half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats". Nowhere is this truer than in the Lake District. Treat yourself to a trip on the water to really experience what Windermere has to offer. Whether you'd like to try your hand at canoeing, unwind with a spot of fishing or simply sail through the stunning scenery, make sure you take to the Lakes during your stay.
Nestled in the foothill of the Lakeland Fells, the vast, unspoiled scenery of Windermere is an idyllic place to take a horse or pony ride. There are a host of riding stables in the surrounding area. Suitable for riders of all ability, from brand new beginners to seasoned experts, horse riding in the Lake District is a peaceful and invigorating way to explore the natural landscape.
However you decide to discover England's largest National Park, make sure you have a comfortable Lake District B&B to relax in after a long day of exploring. At Hawksmoor Lakeland Guest House we offer luxury accommodation and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
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