N Arnison and Sons Penrith

N Arnison and Sons Penrith

N Arnison and Sons Penrith:
N Arnison and Sons Penrith, opened as family-run drapers in 1742 and, more than 275 years later, its seventh-generation

St Andrew’s Church, Penrith

The Giant's Grave

St Andrew’s Church Penrith:
The Parish church was established in 1133  and was rebuilt in 1722 after a fire had damaged the earlier building.

Lacy’s Caves

Lacy's Caves

Lacey’s Caves, Little Salkeld, near Penrith:Lacey’s Caves are five chambers carved into the red sandstone cliffs above the River Eden.They were commissioned by Lieutenant-Colonel

Rheged Discovery Centre

Rheged Centre

The Rheged Discovery Centre is a great Lake District attraction especially on a wet day.Located at the Penrith/Gateway to the Lakes – Redhills site, just

Penrith Beacon

Penrith Beacon

Penrith Beacon:
Penrith Beacon is now a very popular beauty spot and is an pleasant walk from the town centre.
Sitting to the north

Acorn Bank and Garden

Accorn Bank

Acorn Bank and Garden:

Acorn Bank is an interesting sandstone Manor House, situated in the beautiful Eden Valley near Penrith.

The travel time from Lothlorien

Penrith

Penrith

The ancient market town of Penrith, with charter dating from 1223, has many attractions, not least the old inns and alleyways.

Before the Norman conquest

Lowther Castle

Lowther Castle

Since 1812, the dramatic Gothic profile of Lowther Castle has graced the park at Lowther.

The castle is the third or fourth grand building to