In 1799, English poet William Wordsworth, moved into Dove Cottage – a former inn – near Ambleside in what is now the stunning Lake District National Park. The area is justifiably famous for its hills, mountains, waterfalls and lakes.

A couple of years later Wordsworth married and in 1808, the family had expanded to include three children. Both Wordsworth’s sister and his sister-in-law had lived with the family at Dove Cottage.

It was a nineteenth-century version of a creative commune and many of Wordsworth’s best-known poems were written there.

Today, the cottage remains largely as it was during the time the Wordsworth family lived there and it’s open to the public as a museum. There is a further museum close by that houses original manuscripts and paintings, also open to the public.

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In the video below, take a virtual tour of Dove Cottage.

HOW TO FIND DOVE COTTAGE

Dove Cottage

Grasmere,
Ambleside LA22 9SH,
UK

The Wordsworth Trust Museum

Grasmere LA22 9SH,
UK

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Jackie

Jackie

JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.

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