Enjoy a coach holiday to England's largest National Park - The Lake District. Its amazing 16 lakes, sweeping valleys, vast forests and high mountains make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. We have a number of coach tours and holidays to the Lake District incorporating some of its most popular lakes, towns and villages.
There is so much to do in the Lake District, especially if you like sports such as cycling, climbing, hiking, sailing or canoeing, but even if you don’t enjoy sports, there are plenty of attractions to visit, including the World of Beatrix Potter and the Lakeland Motor Museum. Whatever your interests, you are sure to enjoy your time in this beautiful area.
An area of outstanding beauty with stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cool, clear, shimmering lakes.
Coach trips to the Lake District provides the opportunity to visit some of the most interesting towns, resorts and villages around the park.
Coach holidays to Lake District provides the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest.
Enjoy Lake Windermere from the promenade deck of a Windermere Steamer. Sailings daily from Bowness.
Board the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam train as it cuts through the beautiful scenery of the Lake District taking in the sights and sounds of days gone by.
Enjoy a cruise on Lake Ullswater and marvel at the amazing scenery, visit the charming Pooley Bridge and combine your cruise with a walk in the Lake District.
Take an open carriage or a covered saloon railway journey from the coastal village of Ravenglass through the Lake District National Park to the foothills of England’s highest mountains.
Enjoy a stroll through the gardens and admire the paintings and treasures in the charming historic house near Ullswater, definately worth a visit place.
Enjoy sensational panoramic views over Keswick and Derwentwater from one of the most popular climbs in the Lake District.
Meet the Beatrix Potter characters from the Peter Rabbit tales and find out more about this famous artist and writer who left much of her property and land to the National Trust.
A great attraction for the whole family. Learn about fish from the Lakes, Asia, Africa and the Americas and enjoy the interactive exhibits, tunnels and activities at this award winning aquarium in Newby Bridge.
Visit the World Owl Centre near Ravenglass, marvel at the 70 acre gardens and get spooked in the historic haunted castle.
Visit the elegant Victorian house set in 25 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands near Grange-over-Sands. Relax in the picnic area and watch the Menil fallow deer roam around the grounds.
One of the top places to visit in Carlisle is this family friendly museum with lots of attractions as well as historic collections for children and adults to enjoy.
This massive medieval fortress is over 900 years old. Take a stroll or guided tour around this impressive castle.
The Lake District has a wealth of history dating back around 5,000 years when early settlers used mountain rocks to fashion axes and other implements. The use of the natural resources of the area has continued through the years with mining playing a big part in the economy and migration in the Lakes. With this industry followed the railways that transported the mining bounty around the country. It wasn't until the 19th century that the lakes became more widely known through the writing of William Wordsworth. In 1951 the Lake District National Park was formed which includes the property and land owned by Beatrix Potter.