Site Search Results for 'Glaramara'

Glaramara Centre Member Entry

Book your adventure with Glaramara Centre.  Activities arranged for individuals, families and groups.

Choose from Abseiling; Archery; Caving; Hillwalking; Lake Activities; Mine exploration; Problem Solving and Team Activities; Rock Climbing and Via Ferrata Extreme.

Set in the stunningly beautiful Borrowdale Valley in the heart of the Lake District. Glaramara Centre is a multi-purpose venue providing accommodation, bed and breakfast, evening meals, conference facilities, venue hire and outdoor activities.

Transport, kit hire, shower/change facilities, private bookings.

Borrowdale

The Borrowdale valley is one of the most idyllic places on earth. It runs for some ten miles from the high fells, with 977m Scafell Pike the highest summit, down to the shores of Derwentwater.

Burleigh Mead Member Entry

Quietly situated overlooking Hope Park, close to town centre, Derwentwater and theatre; an ideal location for exploring the Lake District. Quality non smoking bed and breakfast accommodation with spectacular views of surrounding fells.

Chapelfield Cottage Member Entry

Our cottage has one double and one single bedroom and would sleep up to three adults. There is also a comfortable lounge, kitchen and bathroom. It is very relaxing and has been awarded an English Tourist Board 4-star rating.

Derwentwater Independent Hostel Member Entry

A perfect lakeshore location for outdoor and educational activities, providing memorable experiences for schools, youth groups and families. 

All activities are delivered by our renowned local partners.

You can also explore our spectacular waterfall and wildlife-rich grounds.

Derwentwater Independent Hostel Member Entry

Situated in the Borrowdale Valley, in the heart of the Lake District National Park, Derwentwater Independent Hostel is a magnificent Grade II listed Georgian mansion, standing in 17 acres of grounds, with a beautiful waterfall, wildlife-rich woodland, and a large grass play area. The hostel is two miles south of Keswick, overlooking the entrancing lake Derwent Water.