Newby Bridge, located at the southern end of Lake Windermere and often a newly discovered gem for most on their first visit.
Although it has a pier at Lakeside just minutes away for the iconic ferries running up and down Lake Windermere, the area is great for those who don’t want the ice cream stalls and huge hustle and bustle of Bowness and Waterhead especially when it comes to a place to stay.
But Newby Bridge has so much to do including some of the biggest attractions in the county yet manages to combine it with a slower, more tranquil and peaceful way to enjoy a day out or holiday. Attractions and activities include the Holehird Gardens, Lakes Aquarium, Lakeland Motor Museum, the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway and the brand new Cliffhanger Rooms – the live adventure game so something for all from children to adults of any age.
Newby Bridge is a great base for exploring the Lake District Peninsulas and the Duddon Valley long with picturesque Cartmel; the historic and foodie destination and fabulous walks around the southern end of Lake Windermere. From Newby Bridge have it all, a riverside setting, lake views, forests and fells.
Enjoy great views from the Newby Bridge Hotel down Lake Windermere on the approach into the village. Twin, double and family rooms available ranging from standard to superior and food is available in the restaurant as well as the Huntsman’s Inn (lots of local produce too), the relaxed bar that is definitely worth visiting for the stunning wood panelling. Families as well as dogs are most welcome including in the Huntsman’s Inn. Book direct for their best rates via http://www.newbybridgehotel.co.uk/