Jamie Chen

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Britrail England Pass for London - Lake District - Penzance and Brighton?

Hi! I am planning to travel from London to Lake District, Penzance and Brighton, before heading back to London again. May I kindly check if the Britrail England Pass is suitable for access to all these areas?

Also, as we have not set our travel dates for these places, do we then purchase the flexible passes or consecutive passes? We will be staying at each area for perhaps a day or two.

Thanks so much!

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Rail Europe Posted 3 years ago

Hello Jamie,

Thanks for the question.

May I know if you want to travel to Oxenholme Lake District, so I can assist you better.

Awaiting your reply!!!

Best Regards,

Amar, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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Hi Amar,

Thanks! Hmm for the Lake District, am thinking of traveling to either Windermere/ Ambleside, Grasmere or Keswick and Hawkshead. Don't think we will be going to Oxenholme though, so sorry as we have not fixed our itinerary, do let us know your thoughts, and if we should travel to Oxenholme for ease of convenience ! Thanks!

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Hello Jamie,

Thanks for the reply.

You can purchase the Brit Rail England Pass for your travel as it will cover you travel to the cities mentioned. With the Brit Rail England Pass you can travel free on the above mentioned route by train. Seat Reservation is only required on the Night train which you have to book locally prior your travel.

To purchase the pass click "Here".

Best Regards,

Amar, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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