Pendle Witches & The Beautiful Lakes
2 Days Away
Two special days away to enjoy the splendid shopping facilities of Oswaldtwistle Mills along with the history of the infamous Pendle Witches. With a guided tour to discover the exploits of the twelve women accused of killing ten people by the use of witchcraft. Enjoy a scenic journey through the idyllic Lake District passing the shimmering waters of Lake Windermere along with time to explore bustling Bowness on Windermere.
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
- One night dinner, bed and breakfast at our select hotel
- Visit to Oswaldtwistle Mills
- Guided tour to discover the exploits of the famous Pendle Witches
- Scenic journey passing stunning sights of the Lake District with time to enjoy Bowness on Windermere
Pendle WitchesPendle Witches
Uncover the story behind the most famous witchcraft trial in UK history as you join Caledonian Travel on a guided tour to discover the Pendle Witches.
Meander through the stunning Lancashire countryside around Pendle Hill, which has changed little since the time of the trial, and hear the devilish deeds and wicked acts which led to ten alleged witches being executed in Lancaster in 1612.
A captivating coach trip with spine chilling accounts told in spectacular unspoilt surroundings that will stay with your forever.
Lake DistrictLake District
Discover the glorious Lake District, an area of outstanding beauty with stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cool, clear, shimmering lakes. One of the country’s favourite places for enjoying the outdoors, lose yourself in the breath-taking scenery, with a panorama of striking mountains and crags, green lush farmland, rolling fells, thriving woodland, all home to native animals and plants. Visit the Windermere Steamboat Museum or the World of Beatrix Potter where Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddleduck come to life. St Martins Church is one of the most interesting buildings in Bowness, and the delightful web of narrow streets known as Lowside are definitely worth a look and give an insight into how Bowness was before the railway arrived.
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