Lake District Day Tour - Departing from Lake District
Our Lake District day tour takes you to the most spectacular lakes, towns and villages in the region, set amongst the stunning English countryside. Highlights include a visit to Castlerigg Stone Circle, dating
Available From March to November from £49.50 per Person
Pickup in Windermere, Oxenholme & Keswick
no hidden fees
Our Lake District day tour takes you to the most spectacular lakes, towns and villages in the region, set amongst the stunning English countryside. Highlights include a visit to Castlerigg Stone Circle, dating back 4,000 years and with breathtaking sweeping views of the surrounding hills and valleys. Visit the pretty market town of Keswick before passing through the gorgeous Lakeland towns including Grasmere, where the famous poet William Wordsworth once lived. Enjoy the stunning views as we pass along windy country lanes and through valleys which offer panoramic views of the surrounding lakes.
This is a small group tour with a maximum of 16-passengers, led by an experienced guide. It is an amazing way of discovering parts of the Lake District that are difficult to access by public transport. Our small minibus enables us to go onto roads that would be inaccessible to larger vehicles. The tour is available every day, with pickup in Windermere, Oxenholme and Keswick, which are some of the most popular places to stay in the Lake District.
Highlights: Lake District Day Tour
Discover the incredible scenery of the Lake District, one of the most beautiful places in England, with convenient departure from three different pickup points.
Visit Keswick, a market town known for its charming shops and pretty streets.
Drive through The Honister Pass, known for its breathtaking panoramic views
Continue the drive, and enjoy more stunning views
Visit Castlerigg Stone Circle, the highest peak in the Lake District and enjoy the magnificent views over the surrounding countryside. The stone circle was constructed thousands of years ago, and is one of the most impressive prehistoric monuments in England.
Visit either the magnificent lake of Derwent water or Ullswater, where you can enjoy a 45-minute cruise and see the Lake District the tranquillity of the Lake.
Please note, the lake cruise is weather dependent. An alternative attraction may be offered in the case of bad weather
We pick up and dropoff in three different locations in the Lake District
Oxenholme Railway Station ticket office
Windermere Tourist Information Centre
Behind the Oddfellows Arms next to Keswick Central Car Park.
The tour lasts approximately 8-9 hours
It includes transport in a small mini-coach, on-board commentary in English and a 45-minute lake cruise
Lunch and other entrance fees are not included
It is recommended to bring a raincoat and comfortable walking shoes