There are 3 ways to get from Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District by train, taxi, bus or car
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Questions & Answers
No, there is no direct bus from Newcastle upon Tyne station to Lake District. However, there are services departing from Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle Coach Station and arriving at Seatoller, National Trust car park (entrance to Seatoller National Trust car park) via Keswick, Bus Station (K) (Booths Supermarket). The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 4 h 38 min.
The distance between Newcastle upon Tyne and Lake District is 70 miles. The road distance is 91.1 miles.
The best way to get from Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District without a car is to train and taxi which takes 2 h 44 min and costs .
It takes approximately 2 h 44 min to get from Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District, including transfers.
Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District bus services, operated by Wright Bros Coaches, arrive at Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle Coach Station.
Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District bus services, operated by Wright Bros Coaches, arrive at Keswick, Bus Station (K) (Booths Supermarket).
Yes, the driving distance between Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District is 91 miles. It takes approximately 1 h 53 min to drive from Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District.
There are 1971+ hotels available in Lake District. Prices start at $101 USD per night.
What companies run services between Newcastle upon Tyne, England and Lake District, England?
Wright Bros Coaches operates a bus from Newcastle upon Tyne to Lake District every 2 hours. Tickets cost $26 and the journey takes 3 h 10 min.
Train from Newcastle to Carlisle
- Ave. Duration
- 1 h 25 min
- Estimated price
- $21 - $35
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