Full descriptions of all these hotels in Coniston and late deals are on the hotel homepages. Whilst the glaciers are responsible for forming its famous lake, the area has become synomynous with Beatrix Potter and the late waterspeed champion, Donald Campbell. A replica of Bluebird, can be seen at the Lakeland Motor Museum. Find a Coniston hotel or guest house for the famous beauty spot Tarn Hows, Coniston Water, The Ruskin Museum and Coniston Hall. To the north-west of the lake rises the Old Man of Coniston, the highest fell in the Coniston Fells group.
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In its early days, the Waterhead frequently welcomed the illustrious Victorian artist and social critic, John Ruskin, as a guest. Ruskin's home, Brantwood, lies just across the lake and many of his visitors including Charles Darwin would stay as guests at the Waterhead. During the Second World War, the hotel became a school for evacuees - Sir Robin Day being amongst its pupils. For conferences, the hotel can host a minimum number of 4 delegates and a maximum of 20. Waterhead is licensed for Civil Marriages/Partnerships. ...
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