Start your engines! Enjoy a two night break in our luxury hotel with dinner, bed & breakfast along with tickets to the The Lakeland Motor Museum also included in your special package.
After enjoying the stunning scenery of the Lake District on your way to the hotel you'll be greeted with a cream team and a glass of fizz to help you settle in. Dinner each night is provided in our award winning restaurant and our filling breakfasts will set you up perfectly each day.
Whether you drive an old classic, sports car, saloon or even a modern electric car - this break is sure to appeal to all motoring lovers.
From just £90.00 per person per night, based on two people sharing a standard room, this price promotion offers exceptional value. We've plenty of on-site parking and charging points for electric cars. Our team are also on hand to tell you about the best drives in the region. To experience this special deal simply use the offer code MOTOR_MUSM when booking
The Lakeland Motor Museum
The fascinating museum nestles in the picturesque Leven Valley, at Backbarrow, close to the southern tip of Lake Windermere. A diverse and unique road transport collection of some 30,000 exhibits assembled over a period of almost 50 years is thoughtfully displayed alongside many non-motoring additions, in fully DDA compliant state-of-the-art premises with a beautiful lakeside setting.
This thought provoking and thoroughly enjoyable attraction with Visit England, VAQAS (Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme) accreditation, provides a perfect, whatever the weather, all year venue certain to entertain and enthral all ages. The attraction benefits from free Car Parking and is open 7 days a week this is a great day out for all.
The museum has perhaps the largest collection of motoring memorabilia on public display, in the UK. Petrol pumps, globes, clothing, enamel advertising signs, pedal cars, badges, mascots, garage equipment, die-cast scale models, artworks, motor spirit and oil containers, toys and games, pottery and glassware. These historical artefacts, once quite common are now very collectable and are a reminder of a bygone age.
Vintage and veteran, classic, curious and comical, majestic, weird and wonderful. Tangible and cherished evidence of our motoring heritage, presented in an extremely organised manner for our visitor understanding and appreciation of our forefathers' ability and dexterity to constantly refine and improve, with much information as to how the motor car has permeated and sometimes now even dictates our daily lives.
From horsepower to hybrid performance and beyond with a significant collection of associated objects connected with the history of the motor car. The museum displays motor cars representing over 100 years of motoring heritage, creating an atmosphere of intrigue, fascination and nostalgia, certain to awaken many motoring memories.
The exhibits include automobilia, motor cars, motorcycles & scooters, vincent motorcycles, pedal cars, Campbell bluebird exhibition, Isle Of Man TT tribute exhibition, Levan Valley history, Early mornings in the Lake District, The history of the cycle, 1920's garage, Woman's land army, shop front recreations, fashion, electric cars - Back to the future, global climate change, 1950's cafe.
To get to the motor museum by car:
The museum is conveniently located adjacent to the Lake District’s arterial A590, between Newby Bridge and Haverthwaite, please follow the white and brown tourism signs. Located only 8.1 miles from Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, a mere 16 minute drive along the picturesque A592 Newby Bridge Road. Postcode for the attraction for a SATNAV is LA12 8TA. Parking at the attraction is free.
About the Hotel
Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Bowness On Windermere and has 6 acres of stunning manicured gardens.It also has an indoor swimming pool and sauna. We are very proud to hold 2 rosettes awarded from the AA for the fantastic food produced by our brigade of highly talented chef’s. We have 34 wonderful bedrooms each one unique and many of which boast views over the gardens and lake. We are happy to offer free use of the leisure facilities and free parking to all our guests.
We are very honoured to be the home of Beatrix Potter’s mother who lived here until she died at which point Beatrix sold the house. While visiting here in her younger years Beatrix wrote and illustrated two of her stories, Timmy Tiptoes and Pigling Bland.
This package is currently available from 9th October 2016 until 31st October 2017. The attraction is open from 9.30am until 5.30pm daily except Christmas Day. The price includes 2 adults, children under 14 are charged at £30 per night on a bed and breakfast basis and dinner is charged as taken, the rate for under 14’s includes a ticket to the museum. We do not allow children under the age of 7 in the restaurant in the evenings, however family dining is available. Children under the age of 3 are free. Children over the age of 14 are charged at the full adult rate. Dinner includes a 4 course Table d’hote meal in each evening, with the exception of supplement items.