Explore Windermere’s Adventurous Landscape
Windermere offers a superior experience when it comes to adventures and local sceneries. The main places you do not want to miss are the Beatrix House, Ullswater Lake, Dove Cottage, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Aira Waterfall, Great Langdale, Buttermere Lake, Keswick, The breathtaking Wrynose Pass, and Lake Windermere. The nature in and around the Lake District is unforgettable and most definitely camera worthy. You don't need to be a geography enthusiast to appreaciate these natural wonders. Book your holidays and plan with us here.
Windermere weather and climate
The weather and climate of Windermere is not always the best. January is usually the wettest month, with the rainy season often starting in October. If you are not a big fan of rainfall, then April is the month you need to travel and explore the place since it's most dry. February is always the month to carry your heavy clothing since the temperatures never go higher than 4-degrees Celsius. However, if your holiday falls anywhere in August, then count yourself lucky since it's the warmest month but the heat is pleasant.
Windermere Art and Culture
Learning the culture from different people is such a fantastic experience. The feeling is especially enjoyable when the culture you're learning is both thrilling and breathtaking in equal measure. That's how the culture of the Windermere looks and sounds. Literary fans will be delighted to learn about Beatrix Potters' life adventures, how she moved to Wray Castle and what transpired thereafter. Immerse yourself in the surrounding culture and get to know the local histories by visiting the Claife Viewing Station and Windermere West Shore, Brockhole on Windermere, The Lake District Visitor Centre, Windermere Jetty Museum to learn the stories of boats and steam. You can book a house rental today and save yourself the stress of last-minute rush and bookings.