Bassenthwaite


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Bassenthwaite

a lake in NW England, in Cumbria near Keswick. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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Pence per kg honours went to A & MJ Trafford, Bassenthwaite Hall Farm, selling 42 kgs Beltex for 244p per kg.
The Pheasant is in the heart of some stunning scenery, six minutes stroll from the shores of Bassenthwaite itself and three miles from Cockermouth Golf Course if you're that way inclined.
Staying close to Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumbria, she can soak up the mountain scenery from an elegant lounge, overlooking 18 acres of grounds.
IF the mixture of tranquillity and breathtaking scenery are on your list of prerequisites, then the Pheasant Inn near Bassenthwaite in the Lake District is ideal.
Originally ancillary to Wood End House, the property sits in a secluded spot close to Bassenthwaite Lake.
Rather, it was the Armathwaite Hall Hotel near Bassenthwaite.
In one of the first constructions of its kind Centriforce Products has built a 450 metre boardwalk in conjunction with the National Trust and the Bassenthwaite Reflections Project, (an environmental scheme), from more than 500,000 plastic bottles, to enable walkers in the Lake District to cross a historically slippery stretch of the shore of Derwent Water.
1984 A thumping victory for Stavros Niarchos's Bassenthwaite in the Middle P ark Stakes at Newmarket.
The scheme has been carefully designed to be consistent with the beautiful surroundings and address this major source of metal pollution, which affects Bassenthwaite Lake and other local watercourses.
A 20-foot tree will take centre stage at the Lake District's newest visitor attraction six miles from Keswick overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake, along with traditional festive decorations, and from December 1 a seasonal, fixed price menu alongside its usual cuisine, in the award-winning Bistro at the Distillery, with three courses for PS22.