For the 

Just some of the many things to entertain and excite the young, and old...


Pram friendly walk around Tarn Hows

A paved, pushchair friendly walk around the peaceful Tarn Hows. Perfect for an early morning or pre-dinner stroll. Details here.

A 10 minute drive from The Cedars.


Wander to Wray Castle

A National Trust property kitted out for children, with a Peter Rabbit area, and views across Lake Windermere for the grown ups. Visit here for details.

A 1.5 mile walk through the adjacent campsite, or a 5 minute drive.


Take the Boat to Brockhole

Windermere Lake Cruises will, on request (and weather dependent) collect you from the Pullwood Bay jetty. What better way to reach the adventure playground, treetop nets, and many other activities at Brockhole.


Coffee, cake and coffee-cake-justification at Skelwith Bridge

Stop off at the legendary Chesters by the River at Skelwith Bridge for coffee and homemade cake. The acessible walk to Skelwith Force and beyond into the Langdale Valley is strictly optional, but well worth it!