Bassenthwaite


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Bassenthwaite

(ˈbæsənˌθweɪt)
n
(Placename) a lake in NW England, in Cumbria near Keswick. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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Tenders are invited for provision of home to school/college transport between bassenthwaite and workington - t1511
7p achieved for Beltex Lambs from A & MJ Trafford, Bassenthwaite Hall Farm, Bassenthwaite whose run of lambs went on to average PS107.
The world feels like a falling apple or the sigh Of some reluctant traveller with far to go, I hear the call of Bassenthwaite and Scafell Pike, Ringing with Wordsworth's old heartaches in stereo, The Cheviots and Northumbrian pipes also Cry, "Forget the dishes and get out for a walk".
My wife and I stayed in the Bassenthwaite Room, which overlooks the front entrance but was remarkably quiet - even with the window open at night .
ON the shores of glorious Bassenthwaite Lake and nestling into the foot of the mighty Skiddaw mountain range sits Ravenstone Lodge.
The couple, of Bassenthwaite, exchanged their vows dressed as Maid Marian and King Richard.
The Castle Inn is tucked away at the top of Bassenthwaite Lake, the only true lake in the whole area.
VISIT Historically in Cumberland, Keswick is situated just north of Derwent Water, and a short distance from Bassenthwaite in the Lake District National Park.
3 Which rare bird has returned to a nest at Bassenthwaite in the Lake District?
Overwater Hall, near Bassenthwaite, has created a Quiet Night Out package which features an in-room supper for two, including a bottle of wine, and a movie.
Catherine, 39, has egalleries as well as fairs across the UK been commissioned artwork for corporaand private individuRecent commission original pieces of arreception of The Ca Bassenthwaite, and pieces of artwork foand boardroom of B in Bridgewater Placexhibited in public and trade.
cakes, homemade biscuits, fruit and panna cotta are served every afternoon at this hotel on the edge of Bassenthwaite for PS19.