Steam Yacht Gondola (Coniston) Reviews
Description:National Trust / The original Gondola was first launched in 1859. Now, completely rebuilt by the National Trust, Gondola gives passengers the chance to sail comfortably in her sumptuous, upholstered saloons. This is the perfect way to view Coniston's ... more
Newest Review: ... handrail to get down into the seating area. There are disabled toilets at Coniston Boating Centre but a pretty basic one on ... more
Customer Steam Yacht Gondola (Coniston) Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/12/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Steam Yacht Gondola Once I saw this advertised in the national Trust book and leaflet about things to do in the Lake District this went to the top of the list for me. What a very strange vessel and something unique so i had to have a ride in it. WHERE IS IT AND HOW MUCH The steam yacht gondola sails on Lake Coniston and the trips depart from Coniston pier and then depending on the length of your cruise they can call at Brantwood and Monk Coniston. Although this is owned by the National Trust it is chargable even for NT members because of the running costs in the trips. This was not a cheap trip at £19 per adult but well ... Read the complete review
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