Windermere Transportation

  • Windermere Taxis: we'll get you there
    Windermere Taxis: we'll get you there
    by haileris
  • Taxi anyone?
    Taxi anyone?
    by Arm-Chair-Hero

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  • taxis in Windermere

    by haileris Written Mar 17, 2012
    Windermere Taxis: we'll get you there

    Windermere Taxis have got minibuses (up to eight passengers) and cars. We can take wheelchairs, bicycles, dogs and luggage. We can do tours if you want them, or just a quick dash down the road to your hotel. Whatever your journey, nobody knows Windermere like the taxi drivers. Call us when your train passes Oxenholme and we'll collect you from the station.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Trains

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  • taxis in Windermere

    by haileris Written Mar 17, 2012

    Windermere Taxis have got minibuses (up to eight passengers) and cars. We can take wheelchairs, bicycles, dogs and luggage. We can do tours if you want them, or just a quick dash down the road to your hotel. Whatever your journey, nobody knows Windermere like the taxi drivers. Call us when your train passes Oxenholme and we'll collect you from the station.

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Trains
    • Family Travel

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  • Buses

    by travellingglutenfree Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There is a bus stop at Windermere Railway Station. In the summer there are buses every 20 minutes going to Bowness in one direction or Keswick in the other direction.

    All through the year there are hourly buses that run to Kendal and Lancaster one way, and in the other direction go to Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick.

    Day passes can be bought from the bus driver so you can get on and off as many buses as you like.

    Be warned, if you are from a city in the UK bus fares will seem expensive.

    Also it is best to check the bus timetables before setting off as some bus routes run less than 1 bus an hour to the more remote parts of the Lake District.

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  • Train

    by travellingglutenfree Updated Jun 2, 2007

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    The easiest way of getting to Windermere on public transport is by train. There are several trains a day which run between Manchester Airport and Windermere. This route passes through Manchester Piccadilly station which is linked to many other stations across the country.

    Check times before travelling though as trains are not very frequent.

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    Taxis

    by Arm-Chair-Hero Updated Oct 3, 2004

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    Taxi anyone?

    This was a pretty cool way of travelling around Windermere. If I remember correctly it was about ten pounds for twenty minutes on this bike taxi...wish I had a go now :O(

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