A visit to Treetop Lake District means a visit to Brockhole on Windermere. If you haven't visited Brockhole before, you will be amazed by the fantastic amount of space and beautiful gardens leading right onto the Windermere lake shore. There's whole host of things to do, meaning you can make a day of our visit. Adventure-seekers can enjoy watersports, adventure playground and mini golf to archery, indoor caving and laser clay shooting. There's also a gift shop and gallery to explore.
After your Treetop adventures, you can reward yourself with lunch or afternoon tea. With sunning views of the Langdales, sit back on the Brockhole cafe terrace and enjoy lunch after your visit to Treetops or if you’re looking for something truly special, then the new Gaddum restaurant is a wonderful setting to enjoy a delightful afternoon tea overlooking the lake. In the arts and crafts decor you can enjoy locally inspired dishes, the finest teas and handmade pâtisserie.
If you have time, a stroll around the the beautiful gardens and newly restored heritage Kitchen Garden will be time well spent.
The best way to arrive at Brockhole is without a doubt by boat with Windermere Lake Cruises. Boats travel from Bowness or Ambleside during peak periods.
For more information about all that Brockhole has to offer, please visit https://www.brockhole.co.uk