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Cleator

Located on the outskirts of the picturesque Lake District National Park in Cumbria, Cleator is an ideal location for nature lovers, keen hikers and wildlife watchers. Nestled on the banks of the River Ehen, visitors here are treated to a wealth of wonderful walks, cycle routes and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Visitors will enjoy exploring the nearby towns, such as the seaside town of St. Bees, as well as taking part in the epic Wainwright’s Coast-to-Coast walk, which goes through Cleator.

A popular pastime of both locals and visitors is to spend a day walking the many Lakeland Fells, within the Lake District National Park. With everything from easy riverside walks, to trekking through marshland and hiking up mountains, this park has it all. Keep an eye out for the diverse species of animals to be seen here.

We love Cleator because...

  • Picturesque natural beauty
  • Brimming with walking trails
  • Intriguing local history
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Cleator-Breaks expedition-Ennerdale Country House Hotel

Set within five acres of tranquil landscaped gardens, the Ennerdale Country House Hotel is nestled right on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park, making it a popular choice for nature lovers and keen hikers.

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Set within five acres of tranquil landscaped gardens, the Ennerdale Country House Hotel is nestled right on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park, making it a popular choice for nature lovers and keen hikers.

In and around Cleator

Lake Buttermere

One of the most famous areas within the Lake District, with a distinctive and picturesque backdrop of mountains and a number of beautiful lakes. A footpath runs the perimeter of the main lake, and separate paths lead up the mountains of Haystacks and Red Pike. A tranquil area, this is the ideal spot to eat a packed lunch and spend the afternoon relaxing and exploring the natural attractions.

The Rum Story

‘The Dark Spirit of Whitehaven’, the story of the Jefferson family and the origin of Rum and its role in this areas local history. Set within the original shop, with many authentic fixtures and fixings from the time, you can be transported back through history, to the Caribbean, where it all began. Learn about the slave trade, prohibition, the role of rum in the Royal Navy and the processes of making rum through the years.

The Beacon Museum

Illustrating the history of the Copeland region, this museum displays and preserves many artefacts, maps, pictures and records, which trace the social, industrial and maritime history of the area. An interactive experience, the resources here are both informative and fun, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the exhibitions. Visitors can enjoy many features of the museum from using the telescopes in the viewing gallery, to learning about the Roman occupation of Britain.

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