Mintsfeet Road South
Mintsfeet Industrial Estate
Kendal, Cumbria. LA9 6ND

Tel: 01539 724658
Email: info(at)


We cover the whole of the Eden area, and specialise with travel from Penrith, Appleby, Kirkby Stephen, Alston, Shap, Tebay, Temple Sowerby, Lazonby, Kirkoswald, Orton, Eamont Bridge, Melmerby, Ravenstonedale, Long Marton, Dacre, Bolton, Brougham, Greystoke, Ullswater, Lamonby, Lowther, Culgaith, Asby, Askham, Stainton, Pooley Bridge, Threlkeld, Clifton, Glenridding, Langwathby, Penruddock, Hutton in the Forest, Tirril and Yanwath to both Manchester and Liverpool Airports and Liverpool Cruise Terminal.

We also travel to Newcastle, Leeds Bradford and the Scottish Airports and Newcastle Docks.

Transfers to and from the London Airports and Southampton Docks are also available.


Tourist Information

The Eden area covers the towns of Penrith and Appleby and the surrounding villages

Penrith was once classed as the capital of Cumbria.  With the castle, of which parts date back to 1399, the town is the hub of the local area with a varied shopping centre and its locality to Ullswater drawing visitors.  

Appleby-in-Westmorland is an attractive market town in the Eden valley.  Appleby offer easy access to the Cumbria Cycle Way, the Westmorland Way, the Pennine Way and the Coast to Coast Walk.  The Appleby horse fair is an annual event drawing visitors from throughout the region.

Pooley Bridge is based on the banks of Lake Ullswater and is a pictureque village drawing day trippers throughout the year.  Boat trips on Ullswater depart from here travelling to Glenridding at the southern end of the lake.

Kirkby Stephen is a popular market town on the route of the Coast to Coast walk. Visitors attractions include a heritage railway and a lively market is held on Mondays.

Lowther is home to the annual Kendal Calling festival in July.  At other times this is a pictureque spot to go for a walk, take in the castle and enjoy a coffee.


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