Many of Cumbria’s key attractions can be found within easy driving distance of Troutbeck, so it is a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. Two attractions that should top every visitor’s itinerary is the wonderful Gowbarrow Fall and the ever-popular Aira Force. Also, be sure to check out Ullswater and Dalemain.
Vacationers in Troutbeck, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will appreciate the nearby cultural attractions. Join a tour, admire the building in which it is housed or simply enjoy the wonderful exhibits at the Cumberland Pencil Museum in Keswick. Pay a visit to the Keswick Musem and Art Gallery in Keswick, to get your fill of art.
Visitors to Cumbria should go and see the Castlerigg Stone Circle in Keswick, Rheged in Penrith and Derwent Water. Whatever your faith, you’ll be moved by the serene atmosphere at Troutbeck’s holy places like Crosthwaite Church in Keswick. History buffs will enjoy spending a few hours at the Lowther Castle and Gardens in Penrith.
To really get to know Troutbeck, consider booking your accommodation close by in one of the area’s charming bed and breakfast or hotel options. The North Lakes Hotel And Spa, Penrith, the Rickerby Grange Country House, Keswick and the Macdonald Leeming House, Penrith are among the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.