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

Windermere Post Code: LA23

Windermere Dialling Code: 015394

Windermere Population: 8,245 (Census 2011)

Windermere Ordnance Survey Map Reference: SD4198

Windermere's Twin Town is: Diessen am Ammersee (Southern Bavaria, Germany)

Positioned right next to and getting its name from the greatest lake in England, the small town of Windermere doesn't literally border the lake, as it is around a half a mile away, though its neighbour Bowness-on-Windermere certainly does.

The name "Windermere" is assumed to be a mix of Old Swedish and Old English, the first recorded reference to it in 1396 as "Wynandermer", the first element of the name is considered to have been a personal name Vinandr (Old Swedish), and the second element "mere", signifying a pool or lake (from the Old English). Although the town itself wouldn't use this name until centuries later.

Windermere - Main RoadWindermere as it appears at present almost entirely began after the coming of the railway in in eighteen forty seven, the early settlement was called Birthwaite and it swapped its name to "Windermere" after the railway company named the railway station after the famous lake and not the village. And so actually the Kendal and Windermere Railway were the people responsible for affording the town its name!

The town and parish at present has got a populace of approximately 8,300 and it is set in the South Lakeland Region of Cumbria, the town today has practically become merged with nearby Bowness, though they are still two unique towns having individual centers. The vicinity is great for travel and leisure and you will find a variety of places of interest and museums, with Lake Windermere by itself remaining key attraction.

Lake Windermere: With a depth of up to two hundred & nineteen feet (sixty six m), widths up to one mile & a length of more than 11.2 miles (18 km's), Windermere is England's largest freshwater lake. Since the 1847 arrival of the Kendal & Windermere Railway, it has been a massive tourism draw, with over 15 million tourists a year touring the Lake District in total. It's popular for yachting, course fishing, photography, water activities and camping. Windermere is a ribbon lake that was molded throughout the last Ice Age, it boasts 18 islands in total the largest sized called Belle Isle.

A selection of Windermere streets and roads: Salisbury Place, South Terrace, Prince's Road, Limethwaite Road, Church Street, West Crescent, Fir Tree Crescent, Elleray Road, Low Fold, Old College Lane, Springfield Road, Brackenfield, Old Mill Crescent, Biskey Howe Park, Holly Road, Birthwaite Ground, Rayrigg Gardens, Cornbirthwaite Road, Fairfield Road, Helm Close, Annisgarth Close, Oldfield Court, Meadow Croft Lane, Upper Oak Street, Lake Road, Claife Close, Oakthwaite Road, Bank Road, New Road, St Mary's Park, Rayrigg Road, Havelock Road, Ferney Green Drive, Quarry Rigg, Meadow Road, Lane Head, Longmire Road, Quarry Brow, Brantfell Road, Bank Terrace, North Craig, Moorhowe Road, Glebe Drive, Birch Street, School Knott Close, Hazel Street, Droomer Drive, Annisgarth Park, Back Belsfield Road, Priory Gardens, Greenstile Park, Woodland Road, Fusethwaite Lane, Hazelwood, Ghyll Close, Thornthwaite Road.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Windermere: Graythwaite Hall Gardens, Rufty Tuftys, Howe Ridding Wood, Townend - National Trust, Stagshaw Garden, Happy Mount Park, Beatrix Potter's Hill Top and Gallery, Yew Tree Barn Gallery, Muncaster Castle, Ambleside Roman Fort, Low Sizergh Barn, Shap Swimming Pool, Honister Slate Mine, King Kong Climbing Centre, Nichols Moss, South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Holehird Gardens, Aira Force, Fell Foot Park, Windermere Lake Cruises, The Predator Experience, Lake District Visitor Centre Brockhole, Blackwell, Dalton Leisure Centre, Stott Park Bobbin Mill - English Heritage, Grubbins Wood, Ford Park, Cumbrian Heavy Horses, The Keswick Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Dorothy Farrers Spring Wood, Wordsworth Museum, Lakes Aquarium, Ruskin Museum, Kankku, Biketreks, The Scarborough Spa Express, Zeffirellis Cinemas, Lakeland Motor Museum, Old Laundry Theatre, Cumberland Pencil Museum, Kendal Via Ferrata, Treetop Nets, Docker Park Farm, Lakeland Climbing Centre, Brantwood, Go Ape Tree Top Junior, Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, Curious About Kendal, Greenlands Farm Village, Haverthwaite Railway, The Puzzling Place.

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This facts could be relevant for adjacent villages and parishes most notably: Newby Bridge, Ambleside, Staveley, Coniston, Far Sawrey, Oxenholme, Burneside, Kendal, Ings, Glenridding, Graythwaite, Lakeside, Waterhead, Kentmere, Little Langdale, Tebay, Bowness-on-Windermere, Satterthwaite, Grizedale, Hawkshead, Shap, Crook, Troutbeck Bridge, Droomer, Borrowdale, Grasmere. ROAD MAP - WEATHER FORECAST

Obviously if you liked this tourist information and guide for Windermere, then you could very well find some of our alternative village and town guides useful, for instance our website about Ambleside in Cumbria, or perhaps even the guide to Hunstanton. To inspect any of these websites, just click the specific town or resort name. Perhaps we will see you back on the site some time.