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Full Day Rail Tour - Discover the world of Beatrix Potter on a day trip from London to the Scenic Lake District. Optional overnight stay.


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Available from: Tuesday, 25 September 2018

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Summer Itinerary - April to October

  • Round-trip train tickets from London to Oxenholme with reserved seats
  • Scenic Cruise on Lake Windermere
  • Visit medieval Hawkshead village
  • Visit to Hill Top (home of Beatrix Potter)
  • Cream Tea at the Lindeth Howe Country Hotel, once owned by Beatrix Potter

Meet the Evan Evans representative at Euston Station to collect your tickets and itinerary for the day, then enjoy a relaxing train journey to Oxenholme in the spectacular Lake District National Park.

On arrival at Oxenholme you will be met by a local guide, who will take you on a tour of the Lake District. Enjoy a spectacular cruise on Lake Windermere and visit the medieval village of Hawkshead, an enchanting combination of whitewashed houses and cobbled streets. We make our way to Hill Top Farm, home of Beatrix Potter and the inspiration for so many of her characters. We will also stop to see the scenic views from Tarn Hows.

A highlight of the visit to the Lake District is Cream Tea at the Lindeth Howe Country Hotel, which was once owned by Beatrix Potter.

You will be taken back to Oxenholme Station for the train back to London.

*Beatrix Potter's House is closed on Fridays, shop and gardens are open


Winter Itinerary - November to March

  • Round-trip train tickets from London to Oxenholme with reserved seats
  • Scenic Lake Cruise on Lake Windermere
  • Visit medieval Hawkshead village
  • Tour through Yewdale Valley
  • Cream Tea at the Lindeth Howe Country Hotel, once owned by Beatrix Potter

Meet the Evan Evans representative at Euston Station to collect your tickets and itinerary for the day, then enjoy a relaxing train journey to Oxenholme in the spectacular Lake District National Park.

On arrival at Oxenholme you will be met by a local guide, who will take you on your tour of the Lake District. This tour, provided by an knowledgeable local guide, is the ideal way to explore the best of the Lake District, which is famous for its Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth Connections. As we enter the National Park we travel North alongside Lake Windermere to the medieval village of Hawkshead where you have time to explore this fascinating village, Wordsworth himself went to Grammar School here. We continue on towards the renowned beauty spot of Tarn Hows where we stop for photos before driving through Yewdale, passing Yew Tree Tarn, used in the film Miss Potter.

We then journey into the famous Mountainous Valleys of the Langdales, which have been carved by glaciers to form spectacular u-shaped valleys. Arriving at the lake side village of Waterhead you will join a Lake cruise on England's largest lake Windermere, sit back and enjoy the views to the Lakeland Fells (local word for Mountains).

Arriving at Bowness Bay you will have time to enjoy an Cream Tea at the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, which was once owned by Beatrix Potter.

You will be taken back to Oxenholme Station for the train back to London.




This tour is booked through Evan Evans Tours.

Days of operation:

Summer: Monday to Saturday (April - October)
Winter: Wednesday to Saturday (November - March)
Tour Starts: 8.00am Euston Station
Tour Finishes: 9.30pm Euston Station
Closed out: 16 December - 31 January and School Holidays

Meet the Evan Evans representative outside the main ticket office at Euston Station.

This tour is unescorted to and from the Lake District.

Please note, you do NOT require a printed copy of your eticket. On booking, you'll recieve an email confirmation with your eticket. If you don't have access to a printer, an electronic copy on your phone is sufficient to join the tour.

Once booked, this tour is non-refundable. Children under the age of 5 are not permitted on this tour.




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