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Portinscale CA12 5RE Keswick United Kingdom
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Discover the beautiful tranquility of the lake district in this wonderfully appointed hotel. With fantastic views over Derwentwater, this hotel is a must for those looking for a short weekend break or a longer relaxing stay. Why not sit back and savor the breathtaking views from our Conservatory Bar or try dinner in our Dear's Leap Restaurant with delicious dishes suited to every palette. The vibrant town of Keswick is a short 20 minute walk from the hotel with a number of shops, bars and restaurants. For those keen on walking, there are several fells within a short distance from the hotel with spectacular views over the lakes.
This is an 18th Century garden, set out over 2 acres of land. It is situated close to Chesters Roman Fort near Hadrian's Wall and part of a Roman road crosses the garden.It is a five minute walk from the fort and Hadrian's Wall path.
The garden has one of the largest collections of herbs in the country as well as espalier apple trees that are over a hundred years old. There are two small pools and visitors can explore the National Herb collection and the Mediterranean borders which houses the National collection of marjoram.
In the Roman gardens, herbs are grown as they would have been in Roman times and there are about 100 species of roses as well as a knot garden of box in a 1617 design.
There is a shop that sells honey, terracotta pots made in Hexham, candles, jams and chutneys
It is open from 10 am - 5 pm every day of the week from 1st April to 31st October.
From November to end of March the opening times depend on the weather.
Aydon Castle stands in a wooded landscape and overlooks the Cor Burn. It was built as an undefended manor house in the 13th Century, during a rare time of border peace. the house was later fortified in times of unrest and was then used as a farmhouse until 1966.
It is open daily (except Monday and Tuesday) from March to September from 10am until 5pm.
The admission charges are:
Adults - £3.50 (5.25 Euros)
Children - £1.80 (2.75 Euros)
Blackpool Model Village and Gardens
Blackpool Model Village & Gardens are located next to Stanley Park and were established in the 1960's. Miniature buildings include castles, churches, houses and cottages all mingled between landscaped gardens that cover two and a half acres. Paths around the attraction allow wheelchair access.
Facilities include a gift shop, cafe and toilets.
Admission costs are: adults £4.50, children £3.25 with concessions for families, OAP, students and disabled.
Opening times are from March to November from 10am until dusk
Sandscastle Waterpark is a large indoor swimming centre with over 18 slides and other features such as a wave machine, water chutes, fun pools and a lazy river. There is also a food court area where you can choose from burger bars and snack bars. There is also an arcade at this attraction.
Sandcastle Waterpark is open on Saturdays and Sunday 10am - 4pm.
Louis Tussauds Waxworks
Inside this attraction you can see displays of wax models. There are various sections which include Hollywood, Celeb City, Movie Premier, Corrie and Rock Factory. There is also a Chamber of Horrors and a Regal Room. There is also a Studio where visitors can find out about how the models are made and at the end of the tour there is a Mirror Maze.
The admission price is 13 euros for adults and 10 euros for children.
The Waxworks are open daily from 10am - 4pm.
Blackpool's first electric illuminations date back to 1879 when eight arc lamps were used on the promenade to replace some of the town's gas lamps. Around 100,000 people attended this spectacle and in the years that followed Blackpool's illuminations became a regular event.
The Blackpool illuminations now occur annually from the end of August until early November when the lights are on continually throughout the day and night. The 2007 illuminations cost Blackpool City Council £2.4 million to stage.