Best of the Lake District, Cumbria | 8-9 hours
A day of dramatic landscapes, lakes and mountains. Over Kirkstone Pass, and along Ullswater, visit the Neolithic stone circle of Castlerigg, and onto Keswick. Up Borrowdale and over spectacular Honister Pass to Buttermere and Crummock Water. Return via Whinlatter Pass with England’s only mountain forest and three more Lakes, Thirlmere, Grasmere and Rydal Water.
The Lake District is a dramatic landscape of rugged mountains and gentle lakes that has inspired generations of poets and artists: its rushing streams and mineral wealth made it a cradle of the industrial revolution.
The Romans came here, as did the early Celtic Christians. Travel today on the lake steamers used by visitors one hundred years ago.
The Lake District has something for everybody.
Private Tour Rates 2014/2015
|Car/Sedan||9||up to 3||£510|
|MPV||9||up to 6||£560|
|Large MPV||9||up to 8||£595|
|Minibus||9||up to 12||POA|
“Rates are per vehicle, not per person. They include your personal Blue Badge driver-guide, collection and return to your accommodation in Cumbria, parking and all taxes. They do not include access charges for attractions or meals, unless stated.