THE LAKE DISTRICT
The Lake District is unique in England. Nowhere else has this wonderful combination of hills, lakes and countryside.
Deeply rural, its heritage is a mixture of traditional industries and sheep-farming. Most of the old industries are gone but sheep still graze the fields and fells.
The World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall is a must-see attraction for those interested in our Roman heritage.
The wider county of Cumbria is endowed with picturesque villages, ruined castles, beautiful river valleys and quirky, independent towns.
A personal tour will show you highlights and hidden gems.
Discover the stories behind the characters who contributed so much to the landscape we see today.
Follow in the footsteps of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.
Discover gems from the Arts & Crafts Movement.
Enjoy guided walks exploring the history of the region and soaking up its natural beauty.
Please get in touch to arrange your personalised tour.
LAKES AND FELLS
The perfect sightseeing tour exploring the best of the Lake District including the most famous lakes. Stops for attractions, photo opportunities and / or short walks can be included.
BEATRIX POTTER AND HER WORLD
Visit Beatrix Potter’s home, village and local town. Explore the landscape of her famous books, much of which she bought and left to the National Trust.
HOMES AND GARDENS
Cumbria has an extraordinary number of wonderful gardens, stately homes and castles to visit. A visit to one can form part of a wider sightseeing tour but you could easily spend a week becoming fully immersed in history and natural beauty.
Cumbria has a wealth of stone circles in magnificent settings. It is also the home of the Langdale stone axe factory. Come and discover more about the people who lived on this land before we had written history.
From ruined abbeys to tiny rural churches; from stone crosses to magnificent stained glass - Cumbria has it all! Places of worship tell our social history in their art and architecture so this tour is suitable for you if you have any faith or none.
THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT IN CUMBRIA
It could be said that without John Ruskin the Arts & Crafts Movement may never have happened. Visit his home and find out more about this Victorian polymath. Then explore some of the churches, houses and furniture of this very special period in history.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF WORDSWORTH
William Wordsworth is synonymous with the English Lake District and four of his homes can be visited on this tour. He was also a great walker and you may like to walk one of his favourite routes. We will find out what life was like in the early 19th century and explore the life and works of both William and his sister Dorothy.