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The village of GRASMERE consists of an intimate cluster of grey-stone houses on the old packhorse road that runs beside the babbling River Rothay. It loses some of its charm in high summer thanks to the hordes who descend on the trail of the village's most famous former resident, William Wordsworth (1770–1850). The poet, his wife Mary, sister Dorothy and other members of his family are buried beneath the yews in St Oswald's churchyard, around which the river makes a sinuous curl. Grasmere lake is just a ten-minute walk away, with tremendous views from Loughrigg Terrace on its southern reaches.
A four-mile circuit of Grasmere and adjacent Rydal Water takes around two hours, with the route passing Wordsworth haunts Rydal Mount and Dove Cottage.
The Best Western Grasmere Red Lion Hotel is accessible from the Manchester International Airport and the local attractions include Grasmere Lakeland Sports and Hayes Garden World.