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4 Winds Lakeland Tipis

The ultimate camping experience in the Lake District

Glamping in Cumbria


Nearby you can gaze at the sun rising over Lake Windermere and take pleasure in the magnificent fell views.

4 Winds Lakeland Tipi Campsite is a great base for off-road biking tracks, a starting point for gentle walks or more adventurous hikes, launching non-powered water crafts.

Leave the car behind and explore the area on foot, by bike or by boat. You can also enjoy sailing and bird watching all from the campsite grounds.

  • Reception and Shop:
    The shop and reception at Low Wray now offers a much wider range of groceries including local meats and bakery products, camping equipment toys and fancy goods. There is a bread oven on the premises so you will be able to get fresh warm bread every morning.

    • The shop and reception area also now have a local information point where you can purchase children's activity packs with suggested campsite based activities for young children. 
    Laundry room.
    Hot water, showers, washing up area and WC:
    within 100yds of tipis.
    Disabled toilet and shower.
    Childrens playground.
    Lakeside beach and boating launch.
    Recycling area:
    Recycling is very important to us and we have an area near the shower and toilets which is designated to recycling. Please recycle and help keep our countryside and campsite tidy.

  • Low Wray Castle (Ambleside)

    This is not a real castle but a private house built in in the Gothic Revival Style in 1840. It was built for Dr Dawson, a retired Liverpool surgeon, and is now owned by the National Trust. The house was built using his wife's inheritance from a gin fortune. Apparently she took one look at the house when it was finished, and refused to live in it. The architect, H.P. Horner, drank himself to death. 

    The Drunken Duck Inn (Ambleside)

    Within 2 miles walking distance of 4 Winds Lakeland Tipis is the wonderful Drunken Duck Inn. The Inn serves delicious lunchtime snacks and treats then in the evening you can bookinto the restraint and sample their Al a carte menu. The Duck has been under the same family ownership since it was bought in April 1977. The present day Inn is an unstuffy mix of old and new, constantly evolving, but always sticking to the basic philosophy of offering good service, comfortable accommodation, excellent food, wine and beer in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. 

    Chesters Café By The River (Skelwith Bridge)

    Karen Lawrence and Steph Barton have owned Chesters Café By The River since 1985. It moved to its current location alongside the River Brathay in February 2004 after an extensive refurbishment. Today it is a uniquely situated place to enjoy an extensive range of food and drink, directly linked to the café is an amazing interiors section which is an eclectic mix of modern gifts, interior decoration, books and speciality foods, not to be missed it is one of my favourite places! 

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Low Wray National Trust Campsite, Ambleside, LA22 0JA

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