Magnificent scenery of the Lakeland fells, valleys and lakes from thesouth to the north. The tour includes a lake cruise (summer tour only),a visit to the 4,000 year old Castlerigg Stone Circle set high on thefells, and time in a beautiful Lakeland Village for lunch.
Youtravel over passes, through beautiful valleys, see waterfalls andtraditional Lakeland villages. You have plenty of stops for admiring theviews and taking photographs.
This tour is not to be missed!
Itis said that Ashness Bridge is the most photographed pack-horse bridgein the Lake District. This is no surprise to because it is positioned ina stunning location with breath-taking views looking over Derwent waterand Bassenthwaite Lake in the distance.
Buttermereis at the head of the valley of the river Cocker and is fed byGategarth Beck; walking around the 7km lake shore path is very popularwith visitors, particularly in the summer months.
Castlerigg Stone Circle
CastleriggStone Circle is one of around 1300 stone circles in Britain andnorthern France but some say it is the one in the most stunninglocation. It pre-dates the most famous stone circle, Stonehenge. It'scommanding position has inspired many writers over the year and itspurpose is still not known and probably never will be!
Grasmereis one of the Lake Districts most popular village, thanks to WilliamWordsworth and his family who moved here in 1799. From its stunning laketo Sarah Nelsons famous Grasmere gingerbread, it's hard not to lovesuch a place!
- Transport in a 16 seater mini-bus;
- On-board commentary in English;
- 45 minute lake cruise;
- Pickup & drop off from select hotels upon request.