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If you’re searching for a place to stay in the Lake District’s Newby Bridge we can help. At it’s our job to know all about the places you’re going. For example, we can tell you that Newby Bridge is a great base to pick if you’re planning to explore the Furness peninsula and Southern Lakeland area. We can show you the latest guest reviews and help you choose the right option from a range of Newby Bridge hotels. We also let you in on a few hints and tips by showing you what the area has to offer in the shape of landmarks, unmissable events and places to go. It’s our aim to take the strain out of booking a hotel so that you can just look forward to a peaceful and stress-free break.

What's Newby Bridge like?

Newby Bridge is a pretty hamlet in Cumbria’s Lake District which sits on the River Leven, near Windermere. Visitors love the Lake District’s variety of wildlife on show throughout its mountains, lakes and forests. Look out for animals including deer, red squirrels, red kites and Peregrine falcons. Go to the Lakes Aquarium to see ducks and otters and learn about the often secret lives of lake-dwellers in a fun and informative way. This area is often touted as one of the UK’s best places to eat and drink as there are two Michelin Star restaurants and a number of well-respected microbreweries. Trek to Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain at 978m, to get some fresh air and a superb view. If you’re hoping to relax, enjoy Fell Foot Park at the edge of Lake Windermere for stunning views, swimming (maybe not in Winter!), rowing, wandering or a lake-side picnic. There’s also a café where you can enjoy a warm beverage and a cake before checking in to one of the many Newby Bridge hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Newby Bridge

The Lake District offers locals and visitors alike the chance to get active on land, water or air. If you enjoy adventure activities you’re in luck because there are plenty of sporty things to do in the vicinity before heading to one of the Newby Bridge hotels. Options include cycling, paragliding and abseiling. Leisure activities on offer range from bird-watching, horse-riding and fishing to archery and golf. Events to mark in your calendar are the Kendal Mountain Film Festival, (November), and the Keswick Mountain Festival, a sports extravaganza in May. With lakes and mountainous geography it’s no big surprise that the Lake District has the wettest climate in England – so pack a raincoat! The locals are friendly, amenable and used to tourism – it has been their area’s main bread and butter since the 18th Century and over 15 million people visit the Lakes each year.