Why take the train to Staveley?
The charming Cumbrian village of Staveley – just a few miles away from popular Kendal – is sometimes referred to as the gateway to the Lakes.
Nestled at the junction of the rivers Kent and Gowan and surrounded by impressive hills that keen walkers will love exploring, many of the distinctive grey slate buildings in the centre of Staveley are situated in a protected conservation area.
Take a train to Staveley to wander through the scenic Craggy Plantation woods, drop by the Staveley Mill Yard to browse the craft studios and shops, and visit the lovely Victorian church – the beautiful stained glass windows at the east end were designed by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones.
From 1st April 2016, services to this station will be operated by Northern.Buy tickets