Traditionally referred to as the bride or groom’s ‘last weekend of freedom,’ we feel privileged to be part of this special time for groups of family and friends. That’s why we love to welcome stag and hen groups to Graythwaite Adventure, being part of the magic, working with the bridesmaids and best men to help create an experience that will make it a hen / stag party to remember (for all the right reasons!). You can purely join us for a single activity or alternatively invite us to arrange every element of your weekend from collecting you from the train station on Friday afternoon to returning you back there on Sunday lunchtime.
Designed specifically around your requirements, we’re happy to combine our own activities with offsite attractions and experiences to create your perfect itinerary. Our offering includes:
4x4 off-road driving
Clay pigeon shooting
RIB tours, and private charter
Dining options, there are so many great places to choose from!
Transport throughout the weekend
Brewery and distillery visits
And much more besides!
If you have an idea that you don’t see mentioned, please don’t hesitate to call to discuss.
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* We're open 7 days a week throughout the year, but do like a break on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day :). We recommend you booking in advance, rather than turning up, as we may not be on site every day. Please call the office or email your enquiry and we'll be more than happy to assist.
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From Ambleside (The North) Continue along the B5825 until you reach Hawkshead. From Hawkshead, follow signs towards Newby Bridge. Stay on this road for roughly 5 miles. You’ll pass Esthwaite Water Trout Fishery on your left, continue on past. You’ll then see Graythwaite Saw Mill on your right then you’ll pass the entrance to Graythwaite Gardens which are also on your right. From here continue for approximately 150m. The entrance gate to the car park is on your left and marked with a Graythwaite Adventure sign either side of the gate. Please turn into the field and follow the track to our car park. If you miss the gate and reach the main entrance to Graythwaite Hall, please turn around. From Newby Bridge (The South) Follow signs towards Lakeside, YMCA Centre and Hawkshead and continue on the B5825. You’ll pass the YMCA Centre on your right before passing the entrance to Silverholme Manor. When you see a small post box installed in a wall on your right continue straight on, the main entrance to Graythwaite Hall will be on your left. After a few hundred yards you’ll reach our entrance gate on the right with the Graythwaite Adventure either side. Please turn into the field and follow the track to our car park. From the Windermere Car Ferry When you disembark the ferry continue on the road until you come to the first left turning, the turning is just before a white and black sign for Far Sawrey. Take this turning and follow the road for approx. 2.9 miles. At the end of this road you will reach a T junction. Turn right at the T junction. Follow the road for 0.2 miles and the entrance to our site will be on your right with a Graythwaite Adventure sign either side of the gate. Please turn into the field and follow the track to our car park. Transport available by request. We’re happy to collect you from your accommodation by 4x4, boat or minibus!
The nearest railway station is Windermere, which is 13 miles away.
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