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Windermere, Lancaster & the Lake District Small-Group Day Tour from Manchester
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Windermere, Lancaster & the Lake District Small-Group Day Tour from Manchester

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The Lake District is where people go to rejuvenate their senses.<br><br>The soaring mountains refresh your mind, the lakes calm your worries, and the quaint houses and little lanes make you yearn for a long-forgotten age.<br><br>So on this tour, we take you on a day trip through the best locations of England’s most famous National Park.<br><br>You learn the tales from Windermere, the largest lake in England; you admire Wordworth’s cosy Dove Cottage; and you marvel at the medieval architecture of the ancient town of Lancaster.<br><br>Join this tour, enjoy the scenery, and let nature help you unwind.
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rosalind l wrote a review Apr 2021
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Beautiful views but was disappointed that there was a lack of signage for new visitors. The maps weren't very clear and we spent some considerable time trying to work out where to go. When we did find a walk, a lot of it was either on or close by to a road, so it wasn't peaceful. It seems like the emphasis is clearly more towards catering for the cyclists as they looked to have the exciting trails through the forest.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Chris Dawes wrote a review Oct 2020
Bolton, United Kingdom7 contributions
A stunning walk around Abbeystead Reservoir in the Autumn trees, beautiful colours bit like New England and an interesting dam
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cricketdad wrote a review Sep 2020
Wigan, United Kingdom748 contributions374 helpful votes
Please keep this stunning part of England a secret. It is the most gorgeous place - small villages and rolling countryside in one instance then broody hills and windy fella the next.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Manfred B wrote a review Aug 2020
Telford, United Kingdom309 contributions147 helpful votes
We travelled along the Trough of Bowland during our holiday in Lancashire and we were not disappointed. The route is quite scenic with the rolling countryside on both sides of the road. There are many places where to stop the car to take photos. We also visited the picturesque Village of Chipping which is known to be at least 1,000 years old and having a number of interesting stone buildings such as the 17th. Century School and Almshouses, the 13th. century Church of St. Bartholomew, the Chipping Craft Centre built in 1668 which holds the Honour of being the Property which has been used as a Shop for the longest continuous time in the UK but now is Shop with a Post Office, etc. The Village has won a Number of Best Kept Village Competitions over the years and also has won the Village Section of the Royal Horticultural Society's “Britain in Bloom Competion in 2009, picking up RHS Tourism and Gold Achievement Awards in the process.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Ann H wrote a review Jul 2020
York, United Kingdom1586 contributions421 helpful votes
We were a little early on arrival for our first stay after lockdown and decided to drive through this scenic countryside, taking advantage of the beautiful sunny weather . The landscape is amazing, brilliant colours and lovely little seating areas by rivers. Great place for a hike or gentle walk. There is a least one pub we saw so somewhere for a drink too.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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