Can you do the Lake District without a car?
The Lake District has a surprisingly good and comprehensive bus network, and it is perfectly possible to explore the area without needing a car.
There is regular bus service to Penrith railway station and Windermee station from Keswick..
Where should I stay when visiting the Lake District?
Best towns to stay in the Lake DistrictHawkshead.Keswick.Grasmere.Bowness-on-Windermere.Ambleside.Coniston.Cartmel.
How do you get around in the Lake District?
Best ways to get to and around the Lake District:Trains to and around the Lake District.Buses and coaches to and around the Lake District.Minibus tours around the Lake District.Steamers and launch boat cruises in the Lake District.Cycling in the Lake District.Walking in the Lake District.More items…
Do I need a car in Lake District?
From trains and buses to bikes and boats, it turns out you really can visit the Lake District without a car!
What is the most beautiful part of the Lake District?
The 10 Most Beautiful Spots in the Lake DistrictGrasmere. Natural Feature. Add. … Kendal Castle. Historical Landmark. Add. … Ambleside. Natural Feature. Add. … Kirkstone Pass. Natural Feature. Add. … Castlerigg Stone Circle. Archaeological site. Add. … Shap Abbey. Church. Add. … Tarn Hows. Building. Add. … Scafell Pike. Natural Feature. Add.More items…
Where can I go in the Lake District without a car?
6 ways to explore the Lake District without a carBrockhole on Windermere by bike and boat. I love it when you find a place where you can spend all day without feeling the need to move on, Brockhole is just one of those places. … Cross Lakes Experience. … A day out in Coniston. … The Honister Rambler. … The Grasmere Trail.