If any of our friends around the world and on MSN are planning to visit England during 2014, one of our must try suggestions would be the luxurious Belmond Northern Belle Train.
Belmond Northern Belle, with its 1930s inspired carriages travels through Britain all year-round providing journeys reminisecent of a bygone time through stunning countryside. With departures from over 60 regional stations to many destinations, all guests will be treated to delicious cuisine served by impeccably dressed stewards as the train travels the length and breadth of England. What’s even better is Belmond have announced that children will be allowed to travel for free!
The free travel for children on the Belmond Northern Belle will be available from August to October this year. Families are invited to embark on an unforgettable day out from over 60 different regional UK departure points.
Suggestions for a family day out on the Belmond Northern Belle
A visit to Historic Bath, a Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea and London Sightseeing are just a few of the journeys available to choose from on board Belmond Northern Belle.
The Beatrix Potter Guided Tour on 23rd August 2014 visits countryside and villages that inspired Potter’s creation of Peter Rabbit and Tom Kitten. Tours include Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top Garden, the village of Hawkshead and Tarn Hows.
A journey to Chester Zoo on 3rd October 2014 is a perfect day out for aspiring zoo keepers as children name Orangutans and have a private talk with the elephant keepers. A tour of historic Chester is also included on this journey.
On board children are treated to the same liveried steward service as adults and are given special ‘Station Master’ children’s menus, complete with train related puzzles and games. When not watching the passing scenery, children can learn about the different 1930s themed carriages, the castles and stately homes that inspired their names. After an exciting day out, a certificate of travel and a goody bag is given to children as they return home.