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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. 

 

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Kendal to...

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Staveley

12 mins by bus

This beautiful village is perfect for enjoying a craft ale after a day of walking on the nearby fells. 

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Windermere

24 mins by bus 

A charming town for a leisurely stroll or, if you're up for it, head to the Lakeland summit of Orrest Head. 

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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, with some of the finest parks and gardens on the   Cumbrian coast.

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Things to do...

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Levens Hall

39 mins by bus

Take a stroll around the world's oldest topiary gardens 

before   visiting Leven's Kitchen,   serving  home-grown  

 produce   from estate to plate. 

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Hawkshead Brewery 

12 mins by bus 

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

 independent Staveley-based craft Brewery to   discover how 

 their   distinctive   and   flavourful beers are made.

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Lakes Aquarium

44 mins by bus 

Catch the bus to Newby Bridge and in a 1 mile walk 

reach   Lakes Aquarium to discover fascinating   creatures   beneath   the waters of the world.

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