Kendal Holiday Accommodation

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Kendal Hotel Accommodation

The Headlands Hotel
The Headlands Hotel, Kendal Friendly, family run guest house.
En-suite bedrooms.
On site private car park.
Town centre and pubs, restaurants within walking distance.
Credit and debit cards accepted.
Colour TV in all rooms.
Within minutes of all beauty spots in the Lake District.
Centrally heated throughout.
Garden terrace open to guests.
Lounge with TV and open fire.
Independantly inspected.
We are a No Smoking residence. no smoking
Address: 53 Milnthorpe Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5QG
Phone: +44 (0)1539 732464
Fax: +44 (0)1539 732464
Website: Headlands Hotel
Email: See personal website

The Gilpin Bridge Hotel and Inn
The Headlands Hotel, Kendal Nestling in the gateway to the lakes and on the edge of the National Park lies Gilpin Bridge Inn, a family run inn full of character and steeped in history.
Ideally situated just off the A590 between Kendal and Newby Bridge, the Gilpin Bridge Hotel & Inn is immediately south of the beautiful unspoilt Lyth Valley with it's close proximity to the South Lakes, and an ideal situation for touring amidst spectacular scenery, yet away from the hustle and bustle of the busy Lake town centres.
The Inn boasts a wide selection of draught beers and has an excellent reputation for its real ale. There is a varied wine list, at moderate prices, to accompany your meal if you wish.
There is a large car park adjacent to the premises, and a friendly welcome from our helpful staff to ensure a convivial afternoon or evening, whatever time of year you visit.
Address: Gilpin Bridge Inn, Bridge End, Levens, Nr Kendal, Cumbria LA8 8EP
Phone: +44 (0)15395 52206
Fax: +44 (0)15395 52444
Website: www.gilpinbridgeinn.co.uk
Email: gilpinbridgeinn@yahoo.co.uk
The Highgate Hotel
Highgate Hotel The Highgate Hotel is a historic Grade II* listed town house rebuilt in 1769 incorporated an earlier building. Located near the centre of Kendal, it was built for the town's first physician, but is now a small comfortable family run bed and breakfast with homely atmosphere.
It is the oldest and most historic place to stay in Kendal, but now has modern amenities, whilst retaining lots of distinctive character.
It is well located for local amenities, fine walks, and visiting the superb countryside of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks as well as the little known beautiful wooded limestone country of the nearby coast.
Bedrooms are en-suite, have television, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer. Family room and cots are avaliable. There is also a cosy guest lounge. The hotel has a private car park to the rear.
A small secluded garden and sunny patio are available for guests use.
Sorry but no smoking or pets allowed in the hotel. no smoking
Address: 121, Highgate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4HE
Phone/Fax: +44 (0)1539 724229
Website: www.highgatehotel.co.uk
Email: info@highgatehotel.co.uk

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Kendal Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Viver Watermill (Hincaster)

Viver Watermill

Bedroom 2 at Viver Watermill

Living room with woodburner at Viver Watermill

Viver Mill was once a working corn mill, driven by water power,dating back to the 13th century and mentioned in the Domesday Book. The mill was working until 1950-when no fewer than 25 farmers used to bring corn to the mill. There were 3 sets of stones for grinding-two for making oatmeal and one for cattle food.
The mill is surrounded by countryside & farmland and has panoramic views down the valley towards Farleton Knott.
The grounds are 1.5 acres of mature garden, split into individual rooms and include a mature orchard. The focal points are the mill pond,the original mill race and the operational water wheel.
Guests are encouraged to enjoy and relax in the garden, sit beside the mill pond, take a cream tea in the summer house over the mill stream, or sit on the elevated balcony overlooking the garden and take in the views of the countryside.
Once inside the mill, you will appreciate the true character of the building. Walk into the main lounge and you will see the mill's roof which features a rare triple crook roof construction, which proves the roof was thatched in medieval times.
Guests can take in all the history, sitting with a pot of tea, in front of the big roaring wood burning stove or enjoy a book from our library on the mezzanine gallery.
With only a small number of guests, Dianne is able to give her visitors plenty of time and personal attention. Breakfast is served in the dining room or, weather permitting outside on the patio beside the mill pond. Local produce is used with home made preserves.
Guests have a large lounge to relax in, this has triple aspect windows and French doors onto a large balcony with chairs and table. This room is situated on the 1st floor to take in the panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the garden. There is also a flat screen T.V.
In the winter sit in front of the large wood burning stove with a book from the mezzanine  gallery. This is also another sitting area for guests.
The mill with all its history and character is for you to appreciate and enjoy.


Address: Viver Lane, Hincaster, Nr. Milnthorpe, Cumbria LA7 7NF
Phone: +44 (0)15395 61017
Website: http://www.viverwatermill.co.uk
Email: info@viverwatermill.co.uk
The Rainbow Tavern no smoking
The Rainbow Tavern

Conveniently situated in the pedestrianised zone in the heart of this ancient Cumbrian market town, the Rainbow Tavern is one of Kendal's oldest inns whose history can be traced back to the mid 1600's. We provide clean comfortable affordable pub accommodation with immediate access to shops, supermarkets and a full range of amenities. We serve freshly prepared homemade food of local produce every day from noon until 7pm and on most weekends there's entertainment of live music sessions and karaoke. The Rainbow Tavern is an ideal base from which to explore the fells, lakes, valleys and coastline of the Lake District and Cumbria. The nearby unique unspoilt Longsleddale Valley and the picturesque Lyth Valley, home to the regions damson orchards, will be of special appeal to walkers and cyclists.
We are family friendly and no matter if you are walking, cycling, touring or working in the area, the Rainbow Tavern offers a warm welcome.
Room Types. 5 Double: 2 Family: 1Twin: 1 Single. All en-suite.
Facilities. Colour television, tea/coffee making.
Parking. Free parking for all guests in private car park behind the Rainbow Tavern.
Cycle storage. Lockable overnight storage available.
Packed lunches available on request.
Taxi ranks a few yards from the Rainbow Tavern. Some taxi services offer luggage transfer for walkers on the long distance routes.
Making a booking. Bookings are guaranteed with a credit card. If your plans change and you cancel 48 hours before, there is no charge.
Telephone Andy 01539 728271.

Address: Rainbow Tavern, 32 Highgate, Kendal. LA9 4SX.
Phone: +44 (0)1539 728271
Website: www.rainbowtavernkendal.co.uk
Email: claret100@sky.com
The New Inn no smoking
The New Inn, Kendal

The 17th C New Inn, in the centre of the historic market town of Kendal, stands at the southern gateway to the lakes, fells, coastal resorts, traditional events and Wainwright Walks of the Lake District and Cumbria. We are a friendly family run business under new ownership providing value for money bed and breakfast accommodation with shops and amenities on the doorstep and close to a whole range of local attractions. We offer a selection of bar snacks and  serve traditional main meals of local produce every day. The New Inn is a  place for good company, good food and good beer ideally situated for those touring, walking, cycling or working in the area and especially for visitors attending or taking part in any of the classic Kendal annual events such as the very popular Kendal Mintfest: Kendal Torchlight Procession or Kendal Mountain Festival.
Rooms. Two Double and one Single.
Single £30. Double occupancy £45.
Family, walker, cyclist and biker friendly.
Facilities. Tea / coffee making, Freeview television (single room) DVD player (double room)
Breakfast. 8am till 10am.
Parking for 2 vehicles.
Secure cycle storage.
Packed lunches on request.
Bus services both local and countrywide a few minutes on foot.
Taxi services close by with some providing luggage transfer for walkers on long distance routes.

Address: The New Inn, 98, Highgate, Kendal LA9 4HE.
Phone: +44 (0)1539 739634
Mobile: 07900017381
Email: hgman@hotmail.co.uk
The Coach House Guest House
The Coach House, Endmoor, Kendal The Coach House was built around 1875 and was originally two Grooms cottages for the Manor House - Enyeat Manor - where carriages drew up in the cobbled courtyard and horses rested. One of the original rings used for tying horses is still in the kitchen.
In the late 1920's, the cottages became one and in 1934 were sold for £39! Later a double garage and room above were built. This garage is now the new kitchen and office, and the room above is the large ensuite bedroom.
Address: The Coach House, Main Street, Endmoor, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 0EU
Phone: +44 (0)1539 567831
Website: www.coachhouse-endmoor.co.uk
Email: Info@coachhouse-endmoor.co.uk
Lapwings Barn and Curlew Quarters
Lapwings Barn and Curlew Quarters, Whinfell Situated in the small hamlet of Whinfell, near Kendal in Cumbria, Lapwings Barn enjoys an idyllic location on the edge of the Lake District.
The bed and breakfast accommodation suits those interested in walking, birdwatching or those touring who require a peaceful place to relax.
There are many long and short walks from the barn. Access to The Dale’s Way is about half a mile away.
A half hour drive takes you to Windermere on to Ambleside and many other attractions and activities.
Address: Howestone Barn, Whinfell, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9EQ
Phone: +44 (0)1539 824373
Website: www.lapwingsbarn.co.uk
Email: stay@lapwingsbarn.co.uk
The Wheatsheaf Inn (Beetham)
The Wheatsheaf The Wheatsheaf has been welcoming guests since 1609. Initially a farmhouse, the lady of the house provided meals to local farm labourers and the tradition of becoming a local hostelry grew from that time. Later, the Wheatsheaf became a coaching stop en route from Lancaster to Carlisle. The old A6 runs directly outside the front door with the bridge over the river Bela (pronounced Beela) becoming an important crossing point for traders.
Kendal is only a fifteen minute drive away and Windermere thirty. Heading away from the Lakes, we are only eight miles from the Yorkshire Moors.
Head out to Ingleton for a pleasant two hour walk around the waterfalls; stunning after a rainy day. On your way back to Beetham, stop off at Kirkby Lonsdale. Devil's bridge is a chilling monument reported to be the oldest in England. According to old folklore, you can see the Devil's handprint on the bridge wall. From the Church in Kirkby, follow the signs to Ruskin's view. Ruskin stated that the view is the best in England - how times change, go and have a look and see what you think!!!
Accommodation Features:
~ Traditional bedrooms with modern facilities
~ En-suite bathrooms to all bedrooms
~ TV in all bedrooms
~ DVD in some bedrooms
~ Ironing facilities
~ Tea and coffee making facilities
~ Selection of toiletries available (just in case you forget something)
~ Selection of Gilchrist and Soame products
~ Hairdyers available
~ Private residents quiet lounge
~ Special diets catered for
~ Conference Facilities
~ Parking for 40 cars
Address: The Wheatsheaf at Beetham, Beetham, Near Milnthorpe, Cumbria LA7 7AL
Phone: +44 (0)15395 62123
Fax: +44 (0)15395 64840
Website: www.wheatsheafbeetham.com
Email: info@wheatsheafbeetham.com
Hollin Root Farm
Hollin Root Farm Dating from 1844 Hollin Root Farm is a typical Lakeland farmhouse set in beautiful open countryside with land down to the River. We are situated at Garth Row, three miles north of the market town of Kendal, just off the A6. Its tranquil setting and large landscaped gardens make this an ideal place for longer stays and a good base from which to explore the Lake District or the Yorkshire Dales. (Lake Windermere is only 8 miles away). We are very popular as a stopover between England and Scotland.
We have a double/twin/family en-suite room on the ground floor. The room has tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV. We have a large private car park for guests use, next to the farmhouse.
There are excellent eating out venues in nearby Kendal and surrounding areas. Packed lunches are available. Children are welcome. Vegetarians are welcome. We serve excellent breakfasts with our own fresh free range eggs and home made preserves.
Hollin Root Farm is where you are assured of a warm and friendly welcome We are open all year round and are a non smoking establishment.
Address: Garth Row, Skelsmergh, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9AW
Phone: +44 (0)1539 823638
Website: www.hollinrootfarmbandb.co.uk/
Email: info@hollinrootfarmbandb.co.uk
Thorny Bank House
Thorny Bank House Beautiful surroundings go hand in hand with style and comfort when you stay at Thorny Bank House. Our home is located in a fine elevated position overlooking the sweeping lawn with splendid far reaching views across open countryside. On the edge of The Lake District National Park, just three miles north of the market town of Kendal, it provides an ideal base for exploring the area with an excellent range of amenities close at hand.
Now offering bed and breakfast Thorny Bank House was originally built in 1874 as a shooting lodge. Today it still retains many of its Victorian architectural features including, original fireplaces, handsome pitch pine staircase and box sash windows. Thorny Bank House offers three large beautifully furnished ensuite bedrooms. Choose from King Size or Twin all with excellent facilities for your comfort & relaxation.
Unwind in the comfortable lounge before retiring to your room to enjoy a restful night’s sleep in a soft and sumptuous bed.
Awake next morning and enjoy a delicious home cooked breakfast whilst taking in the views of the Cumbrian countryside.
We provide ample off road parking in our private grounds for all our guests.
Address: Thorny Bank House, Skelsmergh, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9AW
Phone: +44 (0)1539 823671
Website: www.thornybankhouse.co.uk
Email: enquiries@thornybankhouse.co.uk
School House B&B
Next to the river Kent, close to transport networks and a short walk into Kendal Town centre. Luxurious four star en-suite rooms with TV’s, DVD players, dressing gowns, slippers and of course Kendal Mint Cake! Our purpose built four star Bed and Breakfast annexe means you can come and go as you please and we have private parking available on site. Breakfast is served in the comfort of your room – you can dine in your pyjamas if you wish!
Address: School House Bed and Breakfast, 1 Castle Street, Kendal, LA9 7AD
Phone: +44 (0)1539 720903
Website: www.schoolhousebedandbreakfast.co.uk
Email: enquiries@schoolhousebedandbreakfast.co.uk
Hillside Bed and Breakfast
Hillside Bed & Breakfast lies in the historic market town of Kendal. Located in a quiet conservation area, just 3 minutes walk from the town centre, you will find Hillside an ideal base for exploring the "auld grey town".
Hillside is a Victorian house (dated at around 1880) offering six bright, clean and comfortable guest bedrooms:
2 double rooms (en-suite)
1 Superior double (en-suite)
1 twin room (en-suite)
2 single rooms (1 en-suite and 1 superior)
The house is centrally heated and all bedrooms offer a colour television, alarm radio and complimentary refreshments tray.
Also available - hair dryers, clothes iron, drying facilities for wet coats and trays for muddy boots.
Address: Hillside Bed & Breakfast, 4 Beast Banks, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4JW
Phone: +44 (0)1539 722836
Website: www.hillside-kendal.co.uk
Email: info@hillside-kendal.co.uk
Sonata Guest House
Sonata Guest House is a friendly, family run, Georgian Terraced House, with comfortable en-suite bedrooms containing remote control colour televisions, hairdryers, complimentary beverage facilities, radio/alarm and independently controlled central heating.
The guest house is ideally located, only a four minute walk to the town centre, it is also an ideal base in which to explore the natural beauty of the Lake District.
There are many restaurants and places to eat out in Kendal along with the many country pubs which are only a short drive away.
Address: 19 Burneside Road, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4RL
Phone: +44 (0)1539 732290
Fax: +44 (0)1539 732290
Website: www.sonataguesthouse.co.uk
Email: chris@sonataguesthouse.freeserve.co.uk
Riversleigh Guest House
Some rooms en-suite
Colour television
Television lounge
Tea & coffee making facilities
Telephone
Ironing board & iron available
Hairdryer
Vegetarian & other diets catered for
Children welcome
Parking
Non-smoking areas
Pets welcome by arrangement
Address: Riversleigh Guest House, 49 Milnthorpe Road, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 5QG
Phone: +44 (0)1539 726392
Website: None
Email: riversleigh.guesthouse@btinternet.com

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Kendal Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Kendal Cottages
Kendal Cottages
Ideally positioned between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, our luxury apartment occupies a beautiful riverside location in the heart of the town with views of the River Kent, Stramongate Bridge and Kendal Castle beyond.
This vacation rental accommodation is non-smoking throughout and sleeps up to 4 people. Sorry, but we do not take pets.
Address: Kendal Holiday Cottages Ltd. c/o The Dedicated Partnership Ltd. Maude Street Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4RL
Phone: +44 (0)1539 736611
Website:www.kendalcottages.com
Email: Use Contact form on website.
Murthwaite Lodges

North Lodge

South Lodge

Murthwaite Lodges are located in Longsleddale which is one of the of the loveliest and most unspoiled scenic valleys in the Lake District. This Lakeland Valley, which runs off the A6 road to the North of Kendal, is a country lover's paradise. The lush green, flower filled meadows are divided by the sparkling waters of the River Sprint, from where the pasture land rises up to the towering Cumbrian Fells.Murthwaite is a small traditional sheep farm nestling 1.5 miles along the Longsleddale valley road.
The lodges are each set in their own gardens with patio, garden furniture and barbecue. Both lodges enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Each lodge will sleep up to four people in one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The bathroom is full size with a shower over the bath.
There is an open plan lounge / dining area with television, video, fireplace and coal effect fire, ideal for relaxing on those cooler Lakeland evenings. The fitted kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave.
French doors open out on to decking. The lodges have central heating enabling them to be occupied throughout the year. Full bedding is provided, but not towels.
Address: Murthwaite Lodges, Longsleddale, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9BA
Phone: +44 (0)1539 823199
Website: www.murthwaitelodges.co.uk
Email: enquiries@murthwaitelodges.co.uk
New Inn House

New Inn House

New Inn House

Stay right in the heart of Kendal town centre with its many shops, restaurants and visitor attractions.
Stay in one of SIX well appointed apartments tastefully converted within an old traditional stone-built school.
Perfectly situated just off the bustling main street of this "Auld Grey Town" and nestling in one of the many charming yards where you will find immediate peace and quiet.
Flat 1 - Ground Floor:
Sleeps 4/6
One double bedroom
1 twin bedded room.
Flat 2 - Ground Floor
Sleeps 4/6
One double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (including bath and shower)
1 twin bedded room.
Flat 3 - First and second floor
Sleeps 8
One double bedroom
One twin-bedded room
One family room with one double and two single beds.
Flat 4 - Ground floor
Is on the ground floor and sleeps 2.
Flat 5 - First floor
Is on first floor and sleeps 2.
Flat 6 - First Floor
Sleeps 4
One double bedroom
one twin-bedded room.


All apartments have fully equipped kitchens with full size oven and hob, microwave, larder/fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, colour television, radio and DVD Player.
All bed linen and towels are provided.
There is private parking for ONE car per flat.
We are open all year round.
Address: New Inn Yard, Highgate, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4HE
Phone: +44 (0)1539 721275
Fax: +44 (0)1539 740263
Website: www.new-innhouse.co.uk
Email: info@new-innhouse.co.uk

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Kendal Caravans and Camping Accommodation

Kendal Hostel Accommodation

Kendal Backpackers

Previously known as Kendal Hostel, the Kendal Backpackers has a mix of shared and private rooms able to accommodate up to 49 guests at prices starting at £20 per night. It's a particularly convenient location on Highgate, Kendal's main street, only yards away from the Brewery Arts Centre. It's also within easy reach of shops, stores, banks, cash points, post office, library, bus station, taxi ranks, pubs, restaurants, takeaways and is ideally placed for people visiting popular Kendal events such as the Torchlight Procession, Kendal Mintfest or Kendal Mountain Festival.  Guests have the use of a self catering kitchen.

Address:118 - 120 Highgate. Kendal. LA9 4HE
Phone: +44 (0)1539 724066 mob: 07795 198197
Website: http://www.kendalhostel.co.uk/ 
Email: kristina@kendalhostel.co.uk

 

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