Coniston, lies to the west of Windermere. It is a peaceful and tranquil spot made
even more famous by the Campbell clan’s various attempts on the world speed record,
including Donald Campbell’s ill-fated Bluebird K7 run in 1967 (for more information
on this please visit the BBC archive website). It now offers a fascinating and beautiful
destination for visitors, with the serenity and history of the Lake as well as many
interesting places to visit locally, including Brantwood House.
Coniston also has a wide range of things to do and places to see. Click here for
a great selection of things to do in Coniston.
Coniston self-catering holiday cottages and B&Bs in Cumbria the Lake District
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Coniston, in Cumbria the Lake District has much to offer holiday makers and visitors.
There are many places to stay in Coniston, including great self-catering holiday
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