Walks from the door

Leave your car in our car park as these walks can literally be started and finished at our front door...

Strenuous mountain hikes of: Fairfield Horseshoe, Red Screes, High Pike, Nab Scar

Scenic fell and valley walks: Loughrigg, Skelwith Bridge, Grasmere, Wansfell, Troutbeck, Rydal, Sweden Bridge

Local strolls: along the River Rothay, River Brathay or up Stock Ghyll; or through Blue Hill or Skelghyll Woods

Circular walks around: Grasmere or Rydal Water


Adrenalin or exercise?

Ambleside has its own indoor climbing wall and a watersports tuition centre is close by.

Hire rowing boats and kayaks on Windermere from Waterhead, Ambleside

Hire mountain bikes in Ambleside village and hit the many trails which start literally from our gate.

...or try the nearby zip wire experience and fly through the trees and hillsides!


Driving Tours

Pull straight out of our car park onto the main route which runs from one end of the Lake District to the other – head north towards Grasmere and Keswick, south to Windermere and Bowness, or loop round the village to head west to Coniston or the Langdales – or tour the Lake District’s best routes including:

Wrynose & Hardknott Pass - The Langdale Round - Over Kirkstone Pass to Ulswater - The West Coast - Morecambe Bay coastline - Windermere or Coniston Lake loops (with car ferry) - Keswick & Borrowdale - Honister Pass & Slate Mine - Grizedale & Whinlatter Forests


Bus, boat and horse power

Combine a cruise on Lake Windermere with a return journey on the open top bus – weather permitting! - take the steamboat Gondola to and from the Bluebird Cafe in Coniston - or ride horses along the spectacular west coast beach at Silecroft.

Best Rates

Best rates guaranteed on our own website. Please check our rates and availabilty or call 015394 32112

Parking

Private off-road parking available for all rooms at Easedale Lodge

Welcome to Easedale

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