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Location of Windermere: Lake District, Cumbria, North-West England, United Kingdom.

Windermere Postcode: LA23

Windermere Dialling Code: 015394

Population of Windermere: 8,245 (Census 2011)

Windermere Ordnance Survey Map Reference: SD4198

The Twin Town for Windermere is: Diessen am Ammersee (Southern Bavaria, Germany)

The little town of Windermere is situated approximately one kilometer from England's greatest lake, from which the town derives its name, none of this town actually contacts the shores of the lake, although its neighbouring Bowness-on-Windermere certainly does.

The name "Windermere" is reputedly a mixture of Old Swedish and Old English, the earliest recorded reference to it from 1396 as "Wynandermer", the first bit of the name is assumed to be a personal name Vinandr (from Old Swedish), and the 2nd section "mere", that means a lake or pool (from Old English). Though the town didn't go under this name until the nineteenth century.

Windermere - Main RoadExtraordinary as it might seem, the Kendal and Windermere Railway were mostly responsible for affording the town its name, since it was beforehand a settlement called Birthwaite, when the rail service found its way to the area in 1847, the company made a decision to call it after the celebrated lake rather than that of the existing village itself, and so it was called "Windermere".

The town in these modern times has almost become joined with nearby Bowness-on-Windermere, although they continue to be two defined towns boasting distinct town centres. The location is enormous for the travel industry and there are numerous museums and places of interest, with the renowned lake itself continuing to be key draw. It has a population of approximately 8,000 and is found in the Cumbrian South Lakeland Region.

Lake Windermere: With depths of up to 219 foot (66 metres), widths up to a mile and a length of more than eleven miles (18 km's), Windermere is England's greatest natural lake. Since the eighteen forty seven building of the Kendal and Windermere Railway, it's been an enormous visitor draw, with more than fifteen million people a year visiting the Lake District National Park as a whole. It is well known for yachting, freshwater angling, wildlife, water activities and walking. Windermere is a ribbon lake that was molded over the last Ice Age, it's got 18 islands in total the largest sized known as Belle Isle.

A selection of Windermere streets and roads: Sunny Bank Road, Brantfell Road, Hill Top, Alexandra Road, Green Lane, Longlands Road, Chestnut Road, Fir Tree Crescent, Greenstile Park, Dubbs Road, Oldfield Court, Fairfield Road, Kendal Road, South Craig, Broad Street, Meadow Croft Lane, Lane Head, Havelock Road, Brantfell Place, Spooner Vale, Fallbarrow Road, Old Mill Crescent, Middle Entrance Drive, Biskey Howe Park, Orrest Drive, Ellerthwaite Square, Victoria Street, Fusethwaite Lane, Craig Walk, Longtail Hill, Dodd's Lane, Salisbury Place, Priory Gardens, Oakland Drive, Brackenfield, School Knott Close, Oakthwaite Road, Prince's Road, Thwaites Lane, Ghyll Close, Upper Oak Street, Mill Brow, Phoenix Way, Annisgarth Close, Applerigg, Beechwood Close, Annisgarth Avenue, Brook Road, Fern Bank, Mill Rise, Elim Grove, Rectory Road, Woodland Close, The Spinney, Keldwyth Drive, Windermere Park.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Windermere: Go Ape Tree Top Junior, Haverthwaite Railway, Climb 365 , Lakeland Maze and Farm Park, Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, Sizergh Castle, Go Ape at Grizedale Forest, Biketreks, Windermere Quays Marina, The Predator Experience, Great Langdale, Grizedale Forest Park, Stott Park Bobbin Mill - English Heritage, Brown Robin, Keswick Climbing Wall, Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, Treetop Trek Aerial Adventure, Zeffirellis Cinemas, Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway, Curious About Kendal, Nichols Moss, Lake Windermere, Dorothy Farrers Spring Wood, Predator Experience, High Points, Lakeland Motor Museum, Lakes Aquarium, Meathop Moss, Rydal Mount Gardens, Foulshaw Moss, Wordsworth Museum, Lake District Visitor Centre Brockhole, Fell Foot Park, Dalton Leisure Centre, Holker Hall Gardens, Hervey Memorial Reserve, Docker Park Farm, Ghyllside Cycles, Rufty Tuftys, Brantwood, Quayside Kids, Stagshaw Garden, The Fun Factory Bowness, Ford Park, Cumberland Pencil Museum, Holehird Gardens, The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction, Happy Mount Park, High Adventure Balloon Flights, Ruskin Museum, Abbott Lodge.

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This webpage could be pertinent for adjacent districts particularly: Waterhead, Troutbeck Bridge, Little Langdale, Bowness-on-Windermere, Crook, Ings, Shap, Kendal, Tebay, Droomer, Lakeside, Coniston, Staveley, Satterthwaite, Newby Bridge, Burneside, Borrowdale, Far Sawrey, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Oxenholme, Graythwaite, Grizedale, Kentmere, Ambleside, Glenridding. INTERACTIVE MAP - WEATHER FORECAST

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