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Graythwaite


Graythwaite is a hamlet in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, situated to the west of Windermere (lake) and located about 4 miles south of Hawkshead and 3 miles north of Newby Bridge. It primarily consists of the Graythwaite Estate, centred around Graythwaite Hall. In addition, there is Graythwaite Low Hall. Graythwaite forms part of Satterthwaite Civil Parish.

Cumbria Satterthwaite Civil Parish Windermere (Lake) Graythwaite Hall Graythwaite Low Hall
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Gates and gatehouse to Greythwaite Hall

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Graythwaite Hall

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Low Graythwaite Hall

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Driveway to Graythwaite Home Farm

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Windermere lake shore

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Windermere (Lake)
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Windermere (Lake)
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