• Stay at the Lindeth Howe, a former home of Beatrix Potter, and enjoy a tour focusing on Beatrix Potter’s Favourite Countryside. 

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    This two night Short Break package on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis staying at the 4 * Lindeth Howe hotel, once owned by the best-loved children's author Beatrix Potter. The establishment boasts 34 beautiful bedrooms, cosy lounges and a fantastic 2 AA Rosette Dining Room.
    You will also receive a half day tour focusing on Beatrix Potter completing this popular package.

    The price for this package is £370pp.

    Short Break Details

    Arrival Time: From 15:00.


    • £370pp

Included Extras

  • Return transfers from Windermere Rail Station
  • 2 night stay at 4* Lindeth Howe
  • Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
  • Admission to World of Beatrix Potter Attraction
  • Cream Tea at Lindeth Howe
  • Beatrix Potter's Countryside Half Day Tour
  • Entry to Beatrix Potter's Hill Top included

All of this for just £370.00 per person
You can now book your Beatrix Potter Experience online, by telephoning +44 (0)15394 45161 or email tours@mountain-goat.com

To Book: Contact us on 015394 45161.

  • Our short breaks are available from the end of March until the end of October.  
    Arrival time for short break is from 10:00.  
    You are welcome to arrive at Windermere Rail/Bus Station for your transfer from 10:00am. We can collect you and take you to the Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, where you can leave your luggage before official check in at 15:00.   
    Transfers are available from Oxenholme the Lake District, prices one way are available from £35.00. 
    The check out time at the Lindeth Howe is 11:00am. We are happy to transfer you back to your arrival start point any time during your departure day, if you wish to explore further or have a later train booked. 
    Lindeth Howe requests customers dress smart for dinner. This includes a policy for no jeans, trainers or polo shirts in the dining room. Gentleman should wear a collared shirt.