A Cumbrian golf course situated in a splendid location between the world renowned Lake District and the delightful Eden Valley. The Lakeland fells provide a magnificent backdrop to this par 69 course formed in 1890. Located adjacent to the historic market town of Penrith, once the home of King Richard III, this moorland course offers a worthy challenge to any golfer. It also affords the welcome bonus of some of the finest views of the Lake District, including iconic mountains such as Blencathra and Helvellyn, Penrith is at the crossroads [...]
The Lake District is a magically beautiful region of high peaks, open fells, lakes and sparkling rivers that offers some tremendous fishing amidst scenery that is both spectacular and intimate. Those seeking quieter places can also find far less frequented areas of Cumbria with unique qualities of their own such as the Eden Valley, the West Cumbrian coast and the western parts of the Yorkshire Dales. Wherever you aim to fish in Cumbria we hope you find this website the perfect place to start planning your next trip .
Cumbria has more fishing waters than any other county in England, with the River Eden at its heart. It is considered one of the best salmon rivers in the north of England and holds the record for the largest fly caught salmon in the country. The wild trout provide a real challenge, especially on some of the remote parts of the river, and the abundance of grayling means that you can enjoy fishing the Eden all year round! Coarse anglers can find Chub and Dace on the rivers and Pike, Perch and Roach on [...]
We have a selection of printed walking cards at Staffield Hall which you are welcome to use to help guide you around the locality. In our local Raven Beck store in Kirkoswald you can purchase books maps and guides for walking and the Email link below will take you to a web site where you can download walks in the area. Show these walks on a map Stenkrith - Nateby - Lammerside Castle - Stenkrith An attractive and varied walk, the start of which can be reached easily by foot [...]
Suggested Cycle routes in the Eden Valley Click on the links below to open pdfs of the routes (opens in a new window). Route 1 - Villages and Viaducts (medium - hard, 12.4 miles) Route 2 - Eden Valley (long - hard, 26.7 miles) Route 3 - Orton Fells (long - hard, 27.3 miles) Route 4 - Eden Rivers (moderate, 16.2 miles) Route 5 - Mallerstang (medium - hard, 12.2 miles)
Lazonby Pool is located in the small village only 3 miles away from Staffield Hall. Located in an idyllic spot next to the river Eden. A community run swimming pool with a huge welcome to all visitors. The pool is 17 M x 6 M and is 2.3 meters maximum depth with a toddlers pool besides. Its heated to 26 degrees in the summer time and is open between May and September.
Go Ape is the UK’s Number One Forest Adventure The classic and original Go Ape experience. We’ll brief you for safety before you fly down our zip-wires, leap off our Tarzan Swing and tackle our crossings whilst enjoying some of Britain’s most breathtaking scenery. Why not get up in the trees in Cumbria? There’s adventures in Whinlatter and Grizedale for you to enjoy. Our Grizedale tree top adventure (the jewel in our crown) has always proved a popular day out. Built on a side of a hill, it feels seriously [...]
Brougham Hall, just a mile south of Penrith, Cumbria, was built in the 14th century and has a fascinating history. Rescued from dereliction in 1985, today it is one of the largest country house restoration projects in England and is home to an array of arts and craft workshops and businesses. You'll find the Hall open from dawn til dusk BUT the workshops open from around 10am, closing around 5pm. Dogs and cyclists are most welcome. Brougham Hall hosts regular events and makes for a perfect location for weddings and private or coporate [...]
Nestling in the lush pastures of the Eden Valley on one of the old droving routes, the Highland Drove has hundreds of years of hospitality behind it. This historic tradition is carried on by father and son team Donald and Paul Newton who have made the Highland Drove and Kyloes restaurant one of the consistently best places to eat and drink in Cumbria. A great selection of beers – the local CAMRA groups beat a path to our door – a superlative wine list, award winning food, roaring fires in [...]
A busy country pub situated on the lovely village square of Kirkoswald. Popular with locals and visitors alike, renowned in the area for its quality home-cooked food and great selection of well kept real ales. Great place to sample one of the home-made pies and enjoy a pint of local beer. Open every evening and all day at weekends. Solway Camra Pub of the Year (2014). Dogs accepted in the bar -please phone ahead to reserve a table for this. click for the Featherstone Arms Web site Telephone 01768 898284