Where to stay

There is plenty of accommodation in the local area. If you're attending an event at Brathay there is also accommodation available onsite. Onsite accommodation generally sells out quickly before large events.

Click below for details of where to stay or how to get to your event start.

Where to stay

Accommodation at Brathay Hall, in Hawkshead village and the surrounding area.

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Getting to Brathay

Brathay Hall, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0HP

Brathay Hall is the event centre for the ASICS Windermere Marathon, Brathay 10in10, Brathay Cycling sportives and Brathay Rowing events. It is set in beautiful scenery at the centre of the Lake District on the shore of Windermere, England's largest lake.

Brathay is 1.2 miles from Ambleside, a bustling market town providing everything a visitor could want from numerous shops for outdoor enthusiasts, to local hospitality provided by many restaurants, cafes and bars.

Travelling by car

With easy access from the M6 (J36 from the South - 28 miles, J40 from the North - 29 miles) A591 to Ambleside, follow the A593 and B5286 for 1.2 miles.

Travelling by train

There are excellent rail connections to Windermere station (via Oxenholme on the West Coast mainline) which is only 5 miles from Brathay. Bus and taxi services are available at Windermere station.

Getting to Sticklebarn (the start of the Langdale Road Races)

Sticklebarn, Great Langdale, Cumbria, LA22 9JU

Sticklebarn is the event centre for the Langdale Road Races. It is set in beautiful scenery beside the Great Langdale beck.

Travelling by car

With easy access from the M6 (J36 from the South - 28 miles, J40 from the North - 29 miles) A591 to Ambleside, A593 from Ambleside to Skelwith Bridge, then take the B543 to Great Langdale.

Travelling by train

There are excellent rail connections to Windermere station (via Oxenholme on the West Coast mainline) which is only 11 miles from Sticklebarn. Catch 555 or 556 Keswick to Ambleside bus, then change to the 516.