Here at Sykehouse Cottage we have some favourite Easter activities. These include:
- A trip on the Eskdale and Ravenglass Railway. Also known as “La’al Ratty”, this is one of the oldest narrow gauge railways in the country. They start running daily from mid March, through some beautiful countryside. Click here for their website. It’s about an half an hour from Sykehouse Cottage either across Corney Fell or taking the A 595.
- This can be combined with a ramble around Muncaster Castle and Gardens where for this Easter Weekend, they are running a Teddies Go Free promotion – free entry for every child with a teddy and there’s the
Muncaster Giant Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday and Monday. Click here for more details.
- And of course if anyone needs anymore chocolate, you could always find a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at various NT venues including: the Coniston Steam Gondola (are they floating?); Fell Foot at Newby Bridge; Claife Viewing Station on the west bank on Windermere; and Wray Castle at Ambleside. Click here for more details and opening times.