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Windermere Location: South Lakeland, Cumbria, England, UK.

Windermere Postcode: LA23

Windermere Dialling Code: 015394

Windermere Population: 8,245 (Census of 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Windermere: SD4198

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

The modest town of Windermere lays around one kilometre from the banks of the largest lake in England, and from which it gets its name, no part of it touches the shores of the lake, whereas its neighbour Bowness-on-Windermere does.

The name "Windermere" seems to be a mixture of Old English and Old Swedish, the very first recorded mention of it being in 1396 as "Wynandermer", the 1st portion of the name is believed to be a personal name Vinandr (from the Old Swedish), with the second portion "mere", which means a lake or pool (Old English). Though the town didn't have this name until the 19th century.

Windermere - Main RoadWindermere as it is these days almost entirely began following the appearance of the train line in the 1840's, the actual village was known as Birthwaite and it modified its name to "Windermere" subsequent to the railway company named the railway station after the lake instead than that of the village. Which means actually the Kendal and Windermere Railway Company were the people accountable for giving the town its name!

Located in the South Lakeland Area of Cumbria, the town has a population of approximately 8,300, the area is colossal for the travel industry and you can find various visitor attractions and museums, with the lake proving largest attraction. Windermere town has practically joined with the adjoining Bowness-on-Windermere, although they survive as two defined towns having their own town centres.

Lake Windermere: Shaped over the last Ice Age, Windermere stands proud as the largest sized inland lake in England it has a length of about eleven miles (18 km's) a width of up to one mile and depths of up to 219 feet (sixty six m), it is a ribbon lake & it is inside Cumbria's Lake District National Park. Since the eighteen forty seven arrival of the Kendal and Windermere Railway, it has remained a serious tourism draw, with more than 15 million visitors per year venturing to the Lake District as a whole.

A selection of Windermere streets and roads: Brook Street, Brow Close, Belle Isle View, Kendal Road, Bowfell Crescent, Breen Lane, Patterdale Road, Ghyll Close, Queen's Drive, Langdale Crescent, Springfield Road, Glebe Road, Havelock Road, North Craig, South Terrace, Lindeth Lane, Birthwaite Ground, St Mary's Park, Fir Tree Crescent, Hill Top, Thornthwaite Road, Crag Brow, Windward Way, Back Ellerthwaite Road, Birthwaite Station, Cross Street, Ghyll Road, Park Close, Crescent Road, Dodd's Lane, Church Street, West Crescent, Birthwaite Road, High Street, Oldfield Road, Annisgarth Close, Priory Gardens, Lake Road, Low Fold, Ferney Green Drive, Woodland Close, Brackenfield, Langrigge Howe, Fairfield Road, Oakland Drive, Oldfield Court, Applerigg, Bank Road, Phoenix Way, Millbeckstock, Annisgarth Park, Helm Road, Keldwyth Drive, Hazel Street, Thwaites Lane, Green Lane.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Windermere: Holker Hall Gardens, Shap Swimming Pool, Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, The Scarborough Spa Express, Bigland Hall Equestrian, Arnside Beach, Royalty Cinema, Honister Slate Mine, Abbott Lodge, Nichols Moss, Old Laundry Theatre, Dorothy Farrers Spring Wood, Lake District Visitor Centre Brockhole, Aira Force, Dalton Leisure Centre, The Play Barn, Fitz Park BMX Track and Playground, The Fun Factory Bowness, Furness Abbey, Lakeland Maze and Farm Park, Brantwood, Dove Cottage and Wordsworth Museum, Wordsworth Museum, Yew Tree Barn Gallery, Grubbins Wood, The Puzzling Place, High Adventure Balloon Flights, South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Stagshaw Garden, Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, Brown Robin, Cumberland Pencil Museum, Townend - National Trust, Lakeland Climbing Centre, Happy Mount Park, The Keswick Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Keswick Climbing Wall, Ambleside Climbing Wall, Howe Ridding Wood, Armitt, Lakes Aquarium, Docker Park Farm, Ghyllside Cycles, Curious About Kendal, Gondola, Windermere Lake Cruises, Cumbrian Heavy Horses, Predator Experience, Go Ape at Grizedale Forest, Lakeland Equestrian, Leighton Hall.

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Assuming that you enjoyed this guide and tourist information for Windermere, then you could very well find a few of our alternative town and resort websites worth looking at, for example the guide to Ambleside (Cumbria), or perhaps even our website on Hunstanton (Norfolk). To see these websites, then click the relevant town or village name. We hope to see you return some time soon.