The Lake District is one of the most beautiful regions in the UK. Located in the heart of Cumbria, it is famous for its stunning lakes and picturesque landscape. At Matthews Benjamin Estate Agents, we have a wide range of properties in the Lake District and Cumbria.
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Around Cumbria & the Lake District
Cumbria offers an experience like no other. Whichever part you are in, beautiful scenery is a given. The timeless landscape of the Lake District boasts adventure and heritage, with its sparkling lakes and serene mountain views. Furthermore, it has inspired many famous poets since the 18th Century, including William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey.
The Lake District is a world apart, yet easy to reach. Explore the area and see it with your own eyes. There is the classic Lakeland of Windermere, England’s largest lake and the main tourist destination. Sat upon it is Bowness, and the villages of Grasmere and Hawkshead. The North Lakes are much quieter, with Keswick at the heart of it all.
Bask in the beauty of it all like so many have done before.
Cumbrian Towns & Villages
Discover the Great Outdoors
Cumbria is England’s adventure playground, and the Lake District is bursting with outdoor activities. With a huge variety of experiences for all ages and interests, you will never be bored. Fly through the trees at Go Ape in Grizedale Forest or take a paddleboard on Lake Coniston.
The Lake District was the birthplace of fell walking. There are so many different walks and climbs for every ability level. Catbells walking route is one of the most climbed hills in the Lake District. From the top, you can expect amazing panoramic views of Keswick, Derwent Water and Borrowdale.
At 978 metres high, Scafell Pike is England’s highest mountain. Climbing Scafell Pike should not be underestimated. Enjoy a great experience by being prepared. For an easier walk, The Old Man of Coniston towers over the small town. With its unusual name, it is a popular walk among locals and visitors.
With so many captivating sights to see, you can truly see why the Lake District National Park was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site.