Pomona Bed & Breakfast​​​​​​​
4 star accommodation coniston
English L​​​​​​ake District
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Pomona is ideally suited for walkers and bikers as it is situated approximately 4 miles from the southern shores of Coniston Water, 6 miles from Lakeside and the Windermere ferry and only 6 miles from the picturesque market town of Ulverston.
Haverthwaite Railway
Lakeland Motor Museum
Heritage railway running steam trains from Haverthwaite to the southern end of Windermere.  
A diverse and unique road transport collection of some 30,000 exhibits, and don't miss the superb tea rooms with tables overlooking the river.
Windermere Cruises
Tarn Hows
Lakes criuses offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains, from 45 mins to 3 hours. 
One of the most photographed lakes in Cumbria, a beauty spot that must not be missed.
Grizedale Forrest
Coniston Cruises
Home to the North Face mountain bike trail, Go Ape, amazing forest sculptures and interesting walks.
Cruise aboard the steam gondola or the 1920's solar electric powered launches.
A unique and environmentally friendly way to enjoy beautiful Coniston Water.
Holker Hall
Great Langdale
The home of Lord & Lady Cavendish, one of the best-loved stately homes in Britain. Holker Hall boasts a wonderfull food hall, gift shop and cafe.
One of the best walking and climbing areas in the Lake District. Stunning scenery, a great place to visit .
South Lakes Safari Zoo
A festival market town with an assortment of specialist shops, cosy pubs, quaint cafes and traditional markets. Stan Laurel is the towns most famous son. 
Safari zoo is a natural park with over 1100 animals. This is one of Cumbria's most popular attractions.

Outdoor Activities

mountain biking in grizedale forrest on north face run,
outdoor centre nearby go rock climbing or abseiling.

Lake District Bikes

Rock Climbing

nearby coniston great for water sports like canoeing, sailing
great walks from Pomona, fells lakes & forrest


Fell Walking