the Lake District with Park Tours & Travel
Potter's Lakeland Tour
Potters Hilltop Farm - home of Peter Rabbit
Fisher's Esthwaite Water
Puddleduck's village of Near Sawrey
beautiful Tarn Hows and Monk Coniston Estate
Yewdale, Yew Tree Farm, Loughrigg Tarn and Grasmere all featured in the "Miss Potter" movie staring Renee Zellweger
Coniston Water Lake Cruise
Ullswater - "Queen of the English Lakes"
Stone Circle - the enigmatic ancient stone circle
- stopover in village for lunch
Beatrix Potter is intimately associated with the Lake District, the area that not only inspired her to write many of her little tales so beloved by generations of children, but also the area she made her home, farmed and sought to preserve. Spectacular mountain scenery, beautiful lakes, cascading waterfalls are all waiting to be discovered. Follow in Beatrix Potters footsteps by visiting Hilltop, her home and garden, admire her original artwork, learn about her work as an environmentlist and benefactor of the National Trust.
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to Hilltop farm is a highlight of this tour but lovers of Beatrix
Potter know that her world extended throughout the Lake District, from Sawrey, Hawkshead, Yewdale and Tarn Hows in South Lakeland to Newlands and Derwentwater in the north and to the head of the Troutbeck Valley in the east. This most comprehensive Lake District tour not only visits places associated with Beatrix Potter, her delightful characters, her farms and locations featured in the "Miss Potter" movie but also includes a lake cruise on Coniston Water and some of the most beautiful lakes and spectacular mountain scenery the area has to offer. With frequent stops throughout the day for photographs and short walks, this tour is the ideal way to enjoy the landscape that Beatrix Potter so loved and sought to preserve.
Price: £33.50 adult; £32.00 senior citizens; £23.50 children under
Returning: 17:30 (approx).
Hilltop is closed every Friday and on Thursdays during April, May, September and October, however the gardens and the shop are open at no charge.
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