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Winscales Road CA14 1XS Workington United Kingdom
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Description The Melbreak
The Melbreak Hotel is a family run motel style country house hotel set in 3 acres of idyllic grounds on the western edge of the Lake District. The Hotel boasts dramatic panoramic views across this constantly changing landscape to the Loweswater valley and mountains beyond, and to the rugged coastline of the Solway Firth. Nearby is Workington and the Cumbrian Coast. This is a handy location for both business visitors and holiday makers, being close to the A66, the main route through the North Lakes. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones and colour tv. Most rooms overlook the mountains and fells. The Lounge Bar is enjoyed by residents and locals alike and is an ideal place to relax after a busy day out and about.
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.
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.
Laxey Wheel and Mines Trail
The Laxey Wheel was built in 1854 by a local man from Laxey called John Casement. It is the largest working waterwheel in the world and was used to remove water from the mines. As well as the waterwheel there are 3 trails to walk along, all of which are signposted.
Facilities include: picnic area, parking and shop.
Disabled access is limited due to stairs and walks.
The entrance fees are: £3.50 for adults with concessions for children and groups.
The opening times are: April - October 10.00am - 5.00pm
South Lakes Wild Animal Park
Since it opened in 1994 this zoo park in the south of Cumbria has been involved in major conservation and animal breeding programmes. It provides a home for over 100 species (including lions, bears, penguins, primates, lemur and kangeroos), many free to roam around the park. There are demonstrations and hands-on exhibitions given by the keepers. The park is home to both the Sumatran Tiger Trust and the Wildlife Protection Foundation. A highlight of feeding time is the climbing of tall poles by the tigers to reach their meat, a device to keep them exercised. The park has a cafe serving fast food, a gift shop and a large picnic area.
Daily 1am - 5pm
Senior, Child: £7.00
Car parking is free. The park is wheelchair accessible.