Chance to explore the stunning Lake District National Park
Hill Top, the former country home of Beatrix Potter
Scenic lake cruise on the beautiful Coniston Water
Region that provided inspiration for England’s Romantic poets
Authentic English cream tea in a country house hotel
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of the Lake District
Roundtrip train tickets between London and Oxenholme with reserved seating
Lake cruise on Windermere
Afternoon Cream tea at Beatrix Potter's own home Lindeth Howe
Visit to Hawkshead Village
Admission to Beatrix Potter's Hill Top house (summer only)
Live commentary in English
Professional guide in Lake District
Food and drinks not mentioned as inclusions
Cleaning and safety practicesSee all
- Vehicles and venues disinfected
What you can expect
You will need to be at Euston Station at 8:00am with your printed train tickets for your outbound and inbound rail journeys. Your train will depart at 8:30am and arrive in to Liverpool Lime Street Station at 11:08am. You do not need to print your attraction tickets but you MUST have access to them on your phone or other smart devices.
Travel in the footsteps of Beatrix Potter's beloved Peter Rabbit with a day trip to England's storied Lake District. Amble down quaint alleyways, snap images on the shores of stunning lakes and enjoy the fresh country air of this beautiful National Park – which inspired such Romantic poets as Wordsworth.
Depart Euston railway station for a scenic train journey north to Oxenholme, in the Lake District, arriving in the late morning. Take to the winding country roads to check out beautiful views of Lake Windermere, England's largest lake. Pause for some photos on the shores of inspirational Esthwaite Water, the lovely little-known lake where Beatrix Potter penned her cherished children's stories.
Continue along to Hill Top, Potter's charming 17th-century stone farmhouse. Climb creaking wooden staircases to the room where she wrote her famous stories – and even spot cheeky rabbits nibbling at the garden’s lawn – as you delve into Potter's whimsical world.
Meander through quaint alleyways in the medieval village of Hawkshead, before heading out to Coniston Water for a relaxing lake cruise. Stop for a delicious English Cream Tea at Lindeth Howe, a gorgeous country house hotel in the village of Bowness. Set in 6 acres of private garden, this classic estate was the Potters' family home.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
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