Private Yorkshire Dales from Windermere

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Please note: We do not allow children under the age of 5

Your tour at a glance

This full day private tour visits England's largest National Park, the Yorkshire Dales. On this tour you'll enjoy the spectacular Dales, taking in Swaledale and Wensleydale. Visit the peaceful and tranquil villages of the Yorkshires Dales and take in the beautiful scenery.

This tour is your chance to see and explore the real Yorkshire Dales!

Tour Itinerary




Full day 8 hours

Activity Level

This tour is a guided scenic mini-coach tour, but there are times when you will have the option to walk up to a few hundred metres to take in a view or point of interest.



Group Size

6 passengers Maximum


  • Exclusive use of a vehicle;
  • Driver/Guide for the day;
  • On board commentry in English.

Pickup Service

Private Tours can pick up from a variety of locations. 

Please select an option within these areas when booking online. If you wish to request a specific location please contact us directly via phone or email to enquire. 

Some locations may not be possible for this tour or may require an additional charge. 

Luggage on board

There is space on-board for hand luggage, for anything larger there is luggage storage at the Windermere Tourist Information Centre.


Lunch is not included, however there will be a lunch stop in Reeth. 

Cancellation Policy

To confirm a booking we require the full amount at time of booking. You may cancel 72 hours prior to departure and recieve a full refund. After 72 hours no refund will be issued.

This Private Tour will leave from the Lake District and travel from one National Park to another, the famous Yorkshire Dales. 

From the Lake District you will drive to the quaint village of Sedbergh and head up to see the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway and the spectacular viaduct.

You'll then venture down into Wensleydale and Hardraw before descending into Swaledale through the valley to the small market town of Reeth for lunch.

Our next stop is Bolton Castle in which Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned before our journey up the valley to the spectacular Aysgarth Waterfalls, which is famous for scene from Robin Hood Prince of thieves.

From here we make our way to Hawes, famous for the Wensleydale Creamery. We'll stop here for some cheese tasting before continuing into the lovely village of Dent, famous for the Dent knitters and brewery. We complete our journey back to Windermere via Kirkby Lonsdale.

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