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Enjoy a wonderful 4 day break to the Lake District and experience some of Britain’s finest scenery, greenest countryside, grandest views and many artistic and literary connections, most famously William Wordsworth. Every year, some 15 million people visit the area to explore the region's fells and countryside and it's not hard to see why. Ever since the Romantic poets arrived in the 19th century, its postcard panorama of craggy hilltops, mountain tarns and glittering lakes has been stirring the imaginations of visitors.
• 3 Nights at the Riverside Hotel, Kendal
• English Breakfast each morning and dinner each evening
• Complimentary Tea & Coffee after Dinner
• Detailed Road Book featuring Maps, Directions & Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
• Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels
"They take all the guesswork out of the process and you can be sure of a stress - free motoring holiday. The only unknown factor is the weather!” Alan, Friends of North West Region of Mercedes-Benz Club.
Attractions in the Lake District
The Lake District - Covering 900 square miles, this unique and truly magnificent part of England is famed for its lofty peaks, tranquil lakes and, most of all, its sheer beauty, inspiring artists and poets throughout the ages. The rugged landscape includes Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain, which stands at 3210ft. Cumbria has sixteen lakes and over five hundred secluded tarns. Windermere is the longest lake and the villages of Windermere and Bowness are known as being the heart of the Lake District National Park. Coniston, once a mining village is also famous as the former home of John Ruskin and is the lake is where Donald Campbell died in his attempt at the world water speed record in 1967.
4 Day, 3 Night Tours
From £299.00 Per Person
The Lakes & Dales
2 Centre Tour
7 Day, 6 Night Tours
3 Nights at the Riverside Hotel, Kendal
3 Nights Accommodation in Harrogate
Road Book featuring Great Drives
Car Parking & Meals as per Itinerary
Lake District Drives there are numerous wonderful driving routes which between them visit all the main lakes, towns, villages and attractions within the Lake District and also many just outside the National Park but still within Cumbria. The area has some of the best scenery and visitor attractions in the country and the routes are designed to take these in and provide great days out for all the family. The routes are generally 30-50 miles in length and can easily be done in a couple of hours without any significant stops. Alternatively, why not spend some time visiting a few of the many attractions described within each route.