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Kendal Buses - Explore the area during your visit

At the Southern gateway to the Lakes, Kendal is a great market town full of hidden places, quaint streets and quirky cafes to explore. 

The home of fell walkers' favourite, Mint Cake, Kendal offers a great base with a 12th Century castle, an array of coffee shops and eateries, Abbot Hall and numerous galleries. 

 

Travelling  in the Lakes before the 28th of October? 

Download The Lakes by Bus summer brochure

 

Travelling in the Lakes from the 28th of October?

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Kendal to...

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Staveley

12 mins by bus

Surrounded by rolling countryside interspersed with valleys, woods and drystone walls. This beautiful village is a handy centre for walkers with easy   access to the fells.

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Windermere

24 mins by bus 

A short walk takes you to Orrest Head, the first summit in Lakeland   visited by Wainwright.

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Newby Bridge 

44 mins by bus 

A convenient base to explore the Southern Lakes, with a station stop on   the popular Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway line.

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Grange-over-Sands

30 mins by bus 

A quiet seaside retreat between the mountains and the sea, Granwith some of the finest parks and gardens on the   Cumbrian coast.

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Things to do...

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Windermere Jetty

39 mins by bus

Discover the fascinating developments in boat building at

 the   spectacular   new    museum   and cafe   located   on the shores of Windermere.

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Hawkshead Brewery 

12 mins by bus 

Awarded for serving “the perfect pint”, take a tour of this

 independent craft Brewery to   discover how   their   

distinctive   and   flavourful beers are made.

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Lakes Aquarium

44 mins by bus 

Take a journey beneath the waters of the world, from 

Lake Windermere to the Amazon   River.

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Feeling inspired?

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