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Enjoy a Car-Free holiday with 50% off train fares!

Why not make the journey part of your holiday experience with a break to the Lake District, Cumbria?

Whether you want to enjoy our stunning coastal and heritage routes or prefer speeding through Cumbria’s world-famous landscapes on mainline services, our rail network gives you plenty of opportunities to change the way you get around in 2019.

What’s more, there are regular connections to Stagecoach bus services, guided tours or car hire from train stations for your onward journey, as well as regular scheduled boat services on Windermere, Coniston and Ullswater.

We have all the practical ideas and inspiration you need to book your break away and now is the time to benefit from new

50% discount off all advance purchase rail tickets


to Cumbria using Northern rail (terms and conditions apply).

Take a look at our itineraries here and see where the journey takes you…

 

Car-free Itineraries

Family at Waterhead
Couple on picnic at Hampsfell
Morecambe Bay Cycleway
Couple paddleboarding on Coniston Water
Carlisle Cathedral
Family at Maryport

Northern Rail 50% discount offer!

There's never been a better time to try a car-free break in the Lake District, with Northern Trains offering 50% off advance purchase tickets using the code NORTH50, book your break to Cumbria now and save!

Terms & Conditions

Advance tickets can be purchased from Monday 3 June until Sunday 14 July 2019 inclusive for travel between 3 June and Sunday 29 September 2019. The extra 50% discount on Advance Purchase tickets is only available through the Northern website and Northern app by entering NORTH50 into the promotional code field. Tickets are sold in limited numbers and are only available on specific routes, subject to availability, normal Advance Purchase conditions apply and Railcard discounts apply.  www.northernrailway.co.uk/north50

 

More car-free Itineraries

St Bees Coast
Ravenglass
Ullswater
Arnside Knott
Windermere Lake Cruises
Couple at Tarn Hows

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