Tourist Information Centre (Coniston)
Coniston & Torver District AA
at Yew Tree Tarn, Coniston
Head out of Coniston towards Ambleside. On the left past Yew Tree Farm.Day permits from the
Coniston Tourist Information Centre.
There is a two fish bag limit and fishing is strictly fly only.
First Tackle - angling supplies. Fast delivery and no delivery charge on orders over £10.
Coniston Boating Centre - (right column)
Coniston Launch - (right column)
Steam Yacht Condola - (right column)
Places to see
Brantwood - (right column)
Ruskin Museum - (right column)
Windermere Ferry - (right column)
Crook Barn Stables - (pony trekking - right column)
Spoon Hall Pony Trekking Spoon Hall, Hawes Bank, Coniston Tel: 015394 41391 Email: email@example.com
The 2014 Shepherds Meet will be held in Torver on Saturday 1st November, during the day on the field by Brigg House and in the evening in the Church House Inn if it's open.
The home of John Ruskin, Brantwood offers the famous and beautiful house and gardens.
Half a mile from the village centre down Lake Road Boat hire - rowers, sailers & canoes .
Crook Barn Stables
Pony rides on the fells
Established since 1901.
The original Victorian Gondola, first launched in 1859.
The civilised way to cross Windermere.