The Great Western Lakes

A twelve lakes tour of awesomely beautiful Western Lakeland including majestic Wastwater, Ennerdale, Loweswater, Crummock Water and Bassenthwaite, with an extended lunch break in the historic market town of Cockermouth. Visiting the birthplace of William Wordsworth, an amazing 11th Century church and returning via the breathtaking Wasdale, Duddon and Eskdale valleys and Wrynose Pass. A tour of supreme scenic beauty from start to finish.

Commencing: 10am and returning 5.30pm (approximately) Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Price: £27.50 adults; £18.50 children under 12 years (including afternoon tea/coffee and homemade cake).

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Cockermouth


The Grand Tour and Wordsworth’s Lakeland

A very special and traditional tour of southern and central Lakeland; eleven lakes, two mountain passes and the towns of Hawkshead and Grasmere are complemented by a lake cruise on Coniston, a visit to Rydal Mount, one of the homes of William Wordsworth and photo opportunities of John Ruskin’s Brantwood and Wordsworth’s Dove Cottage, and lunch at a traditional Lakeland Inn.

Commencing: 10am and returning 5.30pm (approximately) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Price: £27.50 adults; £18.50 children under 12 years (including lake cruise; not including entrance charge).

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Herdwick garments

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Birks Bridge


The Brontë Experience & Yorkshire Dales

A fascinating tour of Brontë Country including Haworth and its famous Parsonage: home of the Brontë family from 1820, the Brontë Museum and the Brontë sisters’ school at Cowan Bridge. Ample time to see the many attractions of Haworth’s quaint village. Visiting Hawes, Capital of the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton and its castle, and countryside of outstanding beauty, diversity, history and tradition.

Commencing: 9.30am and returning 5.45pm (approximately) Thursday and
Saturday. (A minimum of six passengers is required for this tour to operate.)

Price: £32.00 adults; £22.50 children under 12 years (not including entrance charges).


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Brontë Parsonage

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The Yorkshire Dales

 


Peter Rabbit™ & Wordsworth Country Morning Eight Lakes Tour

For lovers of Beatrix Potter and her world famous children’s stories and for those interested in William Wordsworth this is a scenic tour exploring the literary associations of southern Lakeland. Visiting eight lakes including the exquisite Tarn Hows. This tour also has stop-overs at Hill Top (40 minutes), at Hawkshead and photo opportunities at Dove Cottage.

Commencing: 9.30am and returning 12.45pm (approximately) every day.
Price: £17.00 adults; £12.00 children under 12 years (not including entrance charges).

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Peter Rabbit

 


Eight Lakes Morning Coach & Boat Tour



Visiting eight lakes and tarns amidst the rugged mountains of central Lakeland; enjoying a cruise on Coniston Water; short walks at famous beauty spots and stopping over at the mediaeval village of Hawkshead. The spectacular valleys of Little Langdale and Great Langdale are the high point of this tour.


Commencing: 9.30am and returning 12.45pm (approximately) every day.
Price: £17.00 adults; £12.00 children under 12 years (including lake cruise).



Hawkshead


Great Langdale

 


Afternoon Eight Northern Lakes Supertour Including Cruise on Derwentwater

The northern lakes and mountain passes, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Keswick-on-Derwentwater and lake cruise, the Derwent Round and over Newlands to Moss Force Waterfall, Buttermere, Crummock Water and Lorton Vale, Whinlatter Pass, Bassenthwaite, the Vale of St. John, Thirlmere and Grasmere.



Crummock Water

Commencing: 1.30pm and returning 5.45pm (approximately) every day.

Price: £18.00 adults; £12.50 children under 12 years (including lake cruise).

 


Afternoon Tour of Peter Rabbit™ & Wordsworth Country

Inspiring views of central Lakeland, a cruise on Coniston Water, 10 lakes and tarns, stop-overs at Hawkshead (30 minutes) and Hilltop (40 minutes) and visiting many other places, houses and farms that are associated with Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth (and to a lesser extent Arthur Ransome and John Ruskin).

Commencing: 1.30pm and returning 5.45pm (approximately) every day.
Price: £18.00 adults; £12.50 children under 12 years (including lake cruise; not including entrance charges).



Dove Cottage