Grasmere is a small village in the centre of the Lake District National Park just off the Main A591 which runs from Windermere and Ambleside to the south and Keswick in the North. Despite its relatively small size, it is a world renowned location as the home of William Wordsworth the poet the piece 'I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud' ( or 'Daffodills') probably one of the best know poem from his works.
Approximately 5 miles to the north, Helvellym the third-highest point both in England at 3,120 feet (950 meters) and and is a much more easily accessible peak than the two higher mountains in the Lake District of Scafell Pike and Sca Fell. If you are walking direct from Grasmere it is approximately a 5.7 mile (2 hours 45 min) walk to Helvellyn summit via Grisedale Tarn
Within walking distance of the centre of Grasmere, these well appointed holiday apartments are in... Read More