Lancaster Canal Boats & Hot Pot Cruise
2 Days Away
A fantastic break away enjoying the delights of Skipton, a historic town, with a vibrant market, beautiful castle, and where a walk along the canal is a delightful way to pass the time. Cruising along the Lancaster Canal on a barge, you can imagine life back in the 19th Century, when this journey was used to carry coal from the nearby mines, travelling across the magnificent Lune Viaduct, an engineering feat of its time, this 664 feet bridge is a magical way to cross the Lancashire countryside, with hot pot included this is a trip which will not be easily forgotten.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
● Coach travel with reserved seating throughout
● One night dinner, bed and breakfast at the Britannia Hotel, Bolton
● Visit to the pretty town of Skipton
● Excursion along the Lancaster Canal including Hot Pot.
Lancaster Canal Carousel
The Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton, is a delightful market town surrounded by spectacular countryside and steeped in heritage.
Meaning ‘Sheeptown’, Skipton lies on the Leeds to Liverpool Canal and boasts many quaint shops, a beautifully preserved castle and one of the country’s finest markets that fill the High Street.
For a small town it really punches above its weight and is a great destination to visit as part of your coach holiday with Caledonian Travel. Search our available packages to Skipton today.
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• All ages are considered
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