One of best and peaceful place. If you want to describe in few words than it's God own country...must visit place...
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A lovely walk if you want a moderately easy walk, although there are more challenging of shoots if that is what you want. Mainly a good dry path, some muddy bits if it has been wet. there is a café next to the car park...More
the drive to this Lake from east or west is amazing, its natural beauty is breath taking, Buttermere itself is a small village but weather you drive to it from Keswick, or Borrowdale both drives are worth doing, once you've seen it you'll return for...More
Well worth a visit to enjoy the stunning views. Recommend a walk around the lake to appreciate its amazing location. You can enjoy a drink or a bite to eat in various cafes and hotels. Easy access to many of the surrounding fells if you...More
Having driven up a fantastic single track road with breathtaking views we arrived in Buttermere village. A tiny village with a small old church, a couple of pubs and a farm shop. We had lunch in the pub which was fine and they then allowed...More
One of my favourite lakes. I did a circuit from Keswick, going by Honister Pass and returning by Newlans Pass - both very beautiful. There are two pubs serving food in Buttermere. The walk round the Lake is very beautiful and very easy - all...More
Buttermere is like many areas in the Lake District, stunning. A body of water surrounded by some beautiful fells which can also be explored. Haystacks, Fleetwith Pike, Grasmoor, Red Pike, Haystacks and the list goes on. The circular walk is a low level one. From...More
This is a very nice place to go for a walk round the lake. It has very nice views all over the lake, even on a rainy day.
The area is not easily accessible with much single track road but the trip is well worth the effort. Useful National Trust car park at one ned of the lake as a base for walking and Bridge Hotel for eating. Complete the trip with a...More