Coniston Water

At five miles long, Coniston Water is the fifth largest of the lakes, with a maximum depth of 184 feet. The Monks of Furness Abbey who owned the lake and much of the surrounding land in the 13th and 14th Centuries used it as an important source of fish.
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Loweswater (Ref: 935814)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Buttermere (Ref: 935815)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Crummock (Ref: 935816)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Thirlmere (Ref: 935817)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Grasmere (Ref: 935818)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Derwentwater (Ref: 935820)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Wastwater (Ref: 935822)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Ullswater (Ref: 935823)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Bassenthwaite (Ref: 935824)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Coniston (Ref: 935825)

Distance
3.69 Miles

Ees Wyke Studio (Ref: 949246)

Distance
3.74 Miles

Anvil Cottage (Ref: 972287)

Distance
3.82 Miles

Ednas Cottage (Ref: 1034178)

Distance
4.15 Miles

Hunter's Moon (Ref: 903560)

Distance
4.15 Miles

Yew Tree Cottage (Ref: 25868)

Distance
4.26 Miles

Ramblers Rest (Ref: 1041172)

Distance
4.36 Miles

Bishop Howe (Ref: 955054)

Distance
4.43 Miles
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