Potter around the South Lakes

Potter around the South Lakes

See the best that the Southern Lake District has to offer. This specially priced promotion will show you stunning scenery, villages and views with mini coach tour and tickets to the World of Beatrix Potter. And it's all based from our 4 star luxury hotel that was once owned by Beatrix Potter herself.

You'll be greeted with one of our fantastic cream teams when you arrive along with your tickets and £15.00 to spend on Beatrix Potter gifts. Your tour is run by Mountain Goat and will include all the highlights of this fantastic region.

This special package is available from 1st February until 30th November 2017 and starts from £170.00 per person per night for 2 nights in one of our standard rooms (upgrades are available). The price includes one night Dinner, Bed & Breakfast and one night B&B. Places are limited so to get the best deal we recommend early booking to avoid disappointment.

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We're sorry, we can't offer this break to any children under 5 as they aren't able to participate in the tour.

Prices are per person per night based on 2 adults sharing a superior room

Standard: £170.00

Superior: £180.00

Deluxe: £200.00

Executive Deluxe: £220.00

Westmorland Suite: £255.00

Single: £250.00

Family: £190.00

The Southern Lakes Tour

Experience the very best of the Southern Lake District this Winter in this small group mini-coach tour with local knowledgeable guide. Highlights of this afternoon tour will include the famous mountainous valleys of the Langdales, taking in the view at Tarn Hows, and free time to explore the medieval village of Hawkshead. The afternoon ends with a cruise on the longest lake in England, Windermere. Throughout the tour there will be plenty of time to admire the scenery, as your local guide takes you through one of the most beautiful corners of England.

On leaving the Lakeland village of Windermere the tour heads to the medieval village of Hawkshead, which dates back to the 14th Century and grew to be an important wool trading market. During free time there is the opportunity to explore the village famously linked to William Wordsworth, who attended Hawkshead Grammar School, and children’s author Beatrix Potter who lived nearby.  

The tour heads onwards to the picturesque tarn of Tarn Hows, where you will have chance to admire the view of the tarn, with the Lakeland Fells as the dramatic backdrop. Continuing towards the lakeside village of Coniston the Mini-Coach provides a great view down the Yewdale Valley. Travelling through the Coniston area you will hear about the famous World Water Speed records from the Campbells on the third largest lake in the National Park. 

On leaving Coniston the tour makes its way through the Yewdale Valley, you may even see a glimpse of Yew Tree Farm which was used in the film Miss Potter as Beatrix Potter's home.The tour takes in the highlights of the Langdales, including Blea Tarn, with the Langdale Pikes as backdrop and peaceful Elterwater village. 

On arrival back at lake Windermere, you will join a Windermere Lake Cruise from Waterhead to Bowness Bay, where you can sit back and enjoy unobstructed views from the lake towards the Langdales. As the tour draws to an end in Bowness Bay we transfer you back to your start point.

All the above while staying at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel which 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.

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