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Away to the Wild Boar Fell

  • Cheese tasting at Wensleydale Creamery

    Cheese tasting at Wensleydale Creamery
Yorkshire
£23.00pp - based on 35 passengers

Enjoy the finest of two counties in one day with this delightful day trip. You will spend your morning in Kirkby Lonsdale, where you can enjoy morning tea in one of the many cafes or browse the shops. Make sure you take in the view from behind St. Mary’s Church, which inspired both Turner and Ruskin.

Kirkby Lonsdale

The historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, which lies on the River Lune, stands on the fringes of the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Ruskin’s View across the river bank, can be viewed from just through the town’s churchyard and its breathtakingly beautiful, ‘One of the loveliest scenes in England – therefore in the world’. Then there’s The Devils Bridge, The Market Square, the Norman Church of St Mary, quaint cottages, ivy-clad Georgian buildings and a wealth of gift shops.

Lunch at Royal Oak, Appleby

This inn is an award winning family run pub nestled in the unspoilt Eden Valley. You will enjoy a two-course lunch followed by tea and coffee.

Cumbria Dales Tour: The Upper Eden

The Eden Valley and surrounding fells are some of the most beautiful parts of Cumbria. Drovers brought livestock for sale to the area and packhorse routes carried goods across the Pennines and down the Eden Valley. Today they have left a rich legacy of public footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes. It is here that the last wild boar in England was killed.

Hawes Creamery: Home of Wensleydale Cheese

Hawes is Yorkshire’s highest market town and farming community and lies in the path of the Pennine Way. Not only is it famous for its chocolate-box picture postcard appeal, but also as the home of some of the most delicious cheeses to be made in Britain. You can visit the Creamery and sample cheeses to your hearts content, get a cup of tea in the beautifully refurbished tearooms and browse in the gift shop.

The tour is not available 6th – 9th June due to Appleby Horse Fair.


Dates

March - October 2020 (not available 6th - 9th June due to Appleby Horse Fair)


10.30am

Kirkby Lonsdale

Explore this historic market town. You can find The Devil’s Bridge, the Market Square, the Norman Church of St Mary and many more.

1.00pm

Lunch at Royal Oak, Appleby

Enjoy a two-course lunch followed by tea and coffee.

2.30pm

Cumbria Dales Tour: The Upper Eden

The Eden Valley and surrounding fells are some of the most beautiful parts of Cumbria.

3.45pm

Hawes Creamery: Home of Wensleydale Cheese

Hawes is Yorkshire’s highest market town and farming community. You can sample cheeses, get a cup of tea and browse in the gift shop before taking the road homeward.


Price for 25 Pax £24.00

Right hand picture: Devil's Bridge.

Prices are per person based on 35 paying persons. All menu options to be advised when paying full balance.

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