- 1 Is the Lake District near Nottingham?
- 2 Can you get to the Lake District by train?
- 3 How do you get to Lake District without a car?
- 4 How do I get to the Cumbria from the Lake District?
- 5 How do I get to the Peak District?
- 6 How many days do you need in Lake District?
- 7 Can you fly to the Lake District?
- 8 Is 2 days enough for Lake District?
- 9 Where can I stay in the Peak District without a car?
- 10 Is Ambleside worth visiting?
- 11 How can I move to the Lake District?
- 12 Can you get to Lake District by train from London?
- 13 Can you get to Lake Windermere by train?
Is the Lake District near Nottingham?
The distance between Nottingham and Lake District is 136 miles. The road distance is 192.2 miles.
Can you get to the Lake District by train?
The nearest train station to the Lake District is Oxenholme Rail Station, which serves as a good base to explore Kendal and the surrounding areas. Oxenholme station is on the West Coast Main Line and is served by Avanti West Coast, TransPennine Express and Northern services.
How do you get to Lake District without a car?
There are many ways to get to the Lake District without a car – The Lakes are well served by public transport. Train is one of the most convenient ways to travel. There is direct train from Manchester to Windermere and the West Coast Mainline passes through Oxenholme.
How do I get to the Cumbria from the Lake District?
The nearest airports are Manchester to the south and Glasgow to the north. There is a railway station at Manchester airport with services that run to Oxenholme next to Kendal, Kendal, Staveley and Windermere. Carlisle Lake District Airport is now open, offering flights from Dublin, Belfast and London Southend.
How do I get to the Peak District?
If you’re coming to the Peak District from further afield, there are two convenient international airports locally: From Manchester Airport a regular rail service runs to Manchester city centre, from where you can connect by rail into the Peak District. Alternatively, take bus service 199 from the airport to Buxton.
How many days do you need in Lake District?
How long to spend in the Lake District depends on what you want from your trip, however we recommend spending 3 – 5 nights in the area.
Can you fly to the Lake District?
The Lake District is served by a number of airports however Manchester is the most convenient airport to fly into for quick access the Lakes.
Is 2 days enough for Lake District?
If you just want to see the major attractions of the Lake District 2 days/3nights would be sufficient. The two biggest attractions for foreign visitors appear to be Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth, both will use up half a day.
Where can I stay in the Peak District without a car?
Peak District National Park Hotels and Places to Stay
- Cavendish Hotel. View Hotel.
- YHA Hartington Hall. View Hotel.
- The Manifold Inn. View Hotel.
- Bagshaw Hall. View Hotel.
- Rutland Arms Hotel Bakewell. View Hotel.
- Wheatsheaf Hotel Baslow. View Hotel.
- George Hotel. View Hotel.
- Sheldon’s Retreat B&B. View Hotel.
Is Ambleside worth visiting?
Ambleside is one of the most popular towns in the Lake District. The town stands at the head of Windermere and in the middle of some of England’s finest scenery but the town itself can be a rewarding adventure if you step off the busy main roads.
How can I move to the Lake District?
Tips for moving to a new home in the Lake District
- Moving to the Lake District could be the best decision you’ve ever made, as long as you do your homework. People move to the Lake District at different stages of life.
- Pick your area carefully.
- Consider affordability.
- Imagine living your new life.
- Think long term.
Can you get to Lake District by train from London?
It takes an average of 3h 17m to travel from London to Oxenholme Lake District by train, over a distance of around 221 miles (356 km). There are normally 29 trains per day travelling from London to Oxenholme Lake District and tickets for this journey start from £25.50 when you book in advance.
Can you get to Lake Windermere by train?
You can easily reach Lake Windermere by train. The nearest station is Windermere, which is served by Northern services. Once you exit Windermere, you can either enjoy half an hour walk immersed in nature, or if you prefer, catch the 599 bus.