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Attractions near Ullswater House

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Rydal Mount and Gardens (7 Miles)*
Rydal Mount, in the heart of the Lake District, retains a lived-in, family atmosphere and has seen little change since Wordsworth and his family came to live there in 1813.
Keswick Museum & Art Gallery (8 Miles)*
A Victorian experience not to be missed. Keswick's surprising past, from industrial mining centre to peaceful tourist town, is revealed in this fine example of a late Victorian Museum.
Windermere Lake Cruises (8 Miles)*
Windermere Lake Cruises is the principal visitor attraction in Cumbria and is rated amongst the top ten in England.

Dalemain Mansion and Historic Gardens (8 Miles)*
Behind the impressive pink ashlar façade lies the real surprise of Dalemain - its sheer variety. The history of the house stretches from Saxon times to early Georgian and has been in the same family since 1679
Trotters World of Animals (10 Miles)*
Trotters World of Animals lies in the north of the Lake District, nestled in the shadow of Skiddaw. The only Wildlife Park in the north of the county, it is a fabulous day out for all the family.
Mirehouse (12 Miles)*
The present house was built in 1666 by the 8th Earl of Derby for his visits to his Cumbrian estates. In 1688 he sold it to his agent Roger Gregg. This is the only time it has been sold.
Hill Top (13 Miles)*
Those who have enjoyed the film Miss Potter will already know that the lovely Lake District farmhouse of Hill Top was the home of the prolific author and illustrator, Beatrix Potter.
Brantwood (13 Miles)*
Brantwood was the home of John Ruskin from 1872 until his death in 1900, Brantwood became an intellectual powerhouse and one of the greatest literary and artistic centres in Europe.
Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill (15 Miles)*
Acorn Bank is a delightful sheltered garden, renowned for its herbs and orchards growing old English fruit varieties.
Kendal Museum (16 Miles)*
Kendal Museum was founded in 1796 - making it one of Britain's oldest museums.  The museum boasts unique collections of natural history and archaeology, and often hosts exhibitions, events and workshops.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Ullswater House
Patterdale (2 Miles)*
Patterdale (origin.. Patrick's valley) is a small, unspoiled village in the heart of the Lake District. Surrounded by mountains situated at the southern end of Ullswater, England's second largest lake, makes it an ideal base for sightseeing
Ullswater (4 Miles)*
Threlkeld (5 Miles)*
Grasmere (6 Miles)*
The tiny village of Grasmere in the Lake District, is surrounded by Helm Crag to the north west, Rydal Fell and Nab Scar to the east, Yew Crag and Silver Howe lying west, with the River Rothay running by.
Pooley Bridge (6 Miles)*
Along with Glenridding, the village of Pooley Bridge is the most important settlement on Ullswater, which would have been settled very early in the history of the lake...
Dacre (7 Miles)*
Rosthwaite (7 Miles)*
Ambleside (7 Miles)*
Ambleside lies at the heart of the Lake District National Park at the head of Lake Windermere, nestling under a crown of fells, Loughrigg, Fairfield and Wansfell. Amblesides central location makes it an ideal spot from which to tour the Lake District.
Askham (8 Miles)*
Keswick (8 Miles)*
Keswick is situated in the picturesque northern region of the Lake District. Lying on the banks of the River Greta and on the north shore of Derwent Water, famed for its salmon and trout.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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