Aynsome Manor Park is a beautifully landscaped parkland with lakes, streams, trees, lodge houses and orchard. The ducks are a permanent feature and take regular walks around the park to see everyone! See photo page.
Aynsome Manor Hotel , a lovely Georgian house, is adjacent to the park. It boasts a five course dinner superbly prepared from fresh local produce, delicious home made soups, biscuits and bread rolls served in their candlelit Georgian dining room. The cellars offer a wide ranging selection of over 90 wines. There is a cosy well stocked bar.


greenbank view

Cartmel is a beautiful ancient village, with a 12th Century Priory, and numerous pubs, restaurants and shops. There is a Spa shop for essentials. The walks all round Cartmel, and from Aynsome Manor park, especially over Hempsfell are unmissable. There are plenty of guides to them in the Lodge, and all the maps you will need.


Grange -over-Sands is only 3 miles away, and is a lovely little Edwardian resort by Morecombe Bay, with a butcher (Higginsons) voted the best butcher in England (!), some excellent fruit and veg shops and very pretty parks. For a supermarket, there is an excellent Booths in the (well worth a visit) market town of Ulverston.
Holker Hall, Cark - house, gardens, excellent caf and car museum.

Cartmel Village
Cartmel Races
Cartmel gatehouse
Holker Hall
Sizergh Castle
Levens Hall
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Windermere steamboat museum
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What to see and do

L'Enclum, Cartmel's michelin * restaurant
Aynsome Manor Hotel
Masons Arms

Windermere from High Barrow



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