Penrith: Beyond the Lakes

Penrith

Penrith: Beyond the LakesThe ancient market town of Penrith is known as the gateway to the Eden Valley and North Pennines.Penrith has a little more

Walk The Eamont Way

Walk The Eamont Way

Walk The Eamont Way

If you’re looking for a scenic walking route, the recently opened Eamont Way between Penrith and Pooley Bridge is definitely worth

Lowther Castle Daffodils

Lowther Castle Daffodils

Lowther Castle Daffodils:
Lowther Castle in Cumbria is famous for its beautiful gardens and stunning landscapes.

On 24th April this year, it became home

The Countess Pillar

The Countess Pillar

The Countess Pillar:

The Countess Pillar is a historic landmark situated at Brougham, two miles from Penrith.

It is an intricately designed pillar that stands

Rheged Discovery Centre

Rheged Centre

The Rheged Discovery Centre is a great Lake District attraction, especially on a wet day.
Heading west from Penrith, located at the Penrith/Gateway to the

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

Lacy’s Caves, Little Salkeld, near Penrith:Exploring Lacy’s Caves seamlessly complements a visit to Long Meg and her daughters.

Availability
June 3rd
(4 nights)

Telephone: 07785944194