Lake District Overnight

Activity code: CB39

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  • Reserved Seats on Virgin Trains
  • Visit Rydal Mount (1 November – 15 February)
  • Lake Cruise on Windermere, England’s Largest Lake (16 February – 30 October)
  • See Bowness & Tarn Hows
  • See Yew Tree Farm, where Miss Potter was filmed
  • Visit Hawkshead Village
  • Visit Hill Top Farm
  • Cream Tea at Beatrix Potter’s Own Home Lindeth Howe
  • One Night’s Accommodation in the Lake District


Departure from Euston Station

You will need to be at Euston Station at 8:00am. Collect your tickets from the ticket machine using the code issued to you. Your train will depart at 8:30am and arrive in to Liverpool Lime Street Station at 11:08am.

Oxenholme, Lake District and Beatrix Potter

After arriving in the Lake District, you will be shown to the comfortable vehicle which will be your transport for the day! Admire the incredible views of Lake Windermere as the tour navigates through the narrow country lanes that criss-cross this scenic landscape. This gorgeous expanse of water is England's largest lake!

You will visit Hill Top, the home of Beatrix Potter. The setting for some of the renowned author's Original Tales, Hill Top features a traditional, quaint building and sprawling gardens. Let your imagination run wild as you explore Potter's charming house - it still contains some of her favourite things!

Continue your day with a visit to the Hawkshead, a medieval village originally owned by the monks of Furness Abbey. Its church dates back to 1300 and famed poet Wordsworth studied at Hawkshead's grammar school! You'll also pass breathtaking beauty spot Tarn Hows on the way to Coniston Water and might even see some of the resident deer lounging around in Yew Tree Valley. On our return to Windermere, you will have a photo stop at Yew Tree Farm, which is where Hollywood production Miss Potter was filmed.

Cream Tea at Lindeth Howe - Home of Beatrix Potter

Take a mouth-watering cream tea in this classic Lakeland country house hotel in Bowness set in 6 acres of its own private garden. You will indulge in fresh clotted cream, jam and scones! Lindeth Howe was the home of the Potter family and is where Beatrix Potter once stayed.

Overnight accommodation in the Lake District

You will spend a relaxing night in a three star Lake District accommodation.

Day 2 Explore the Lake District at your leisure

You can spend your second day in the Lake District as you wish. There are plenty of unforgettable things to do in this stunning corner of the world - why not visit the National Park and hire a bike? A ride through the pretty scenery, full of wildlife and natural wonders, is a special experience. You could also take a sightseeing tour of the Lakes or hire a kayak and explore the water for yourself!

Return to London

Make your own way to Oxenholme Train Station for 6.00pm, as your train back to London's Euston Station will depart at 6.30pm. You will arrive back in London at 9.24pm.
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Additional Information

Please Note:
  • Please ensure you have entered the correct email address, as without the e-tickets you cannot travel. If you do not receive the email please contact the reservations team on +44 207 233 7030
  • Once booked this tour is non-refundable
  • This tour will only operate with minimum numbers during the off peak season (October to March).
  • Children under 5 are not accepted on the tour due to safety issues
  • The second day of your trip will be unguided
  • Train seats are allocated on first come first serve basis & not guaranteed together.
  • Reserved return train seats
  • Visit Rydal Mount (1 November to 15 February)
  • Lake Cruise on Windermere (16 February to 30 October)
  • Visit to Hawkshead Village, Hill Top Farm
  • Cream Tea at Beatrix Potter's own home Lindeth Howe
  • Professional guide
  • One night's accommodation
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel transfers