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Kendal accommodation in the Lake District

A chartered market town, the centre of Kendal is structured around a highstreet with fortified yards off to either side which allowed the local population to seek shelter from the Anglo-Scottish raiding parties known as the Border Reivers. Kendal, a market town on the River Kent in the Lake District, Cumbria. The largest town in Cumbria, Kendal is also the one of the administrative centres of the county, and one of the main tourist destinations in the English Lake District. Kendal is ideally located as it is close to the motorway but also perfectly placed for towns like Windermere and Ambleside.
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Hotels in Kendal, The Lake District
 
Kendal accommodation - County Hotel
from £31
singles, doubles and twin rooms

The hotel features a lovely dining room complete with sprung dance floor, a pleasant lounge and two well-stocked bars. All 37 bedrooms are en suite and include colour TV, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. All the bedrooms are non-smoking. Entertainment is regularly featured, and a lift serves all floors. Limited parking outside, free parking in railway station opposite. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - The Riverside
from £78
doubles and family rooms

The Riverside Hotel boasts the perfect position for touring the delightful Lake District and Windermere. All 47 bedrooms overlook the River Kent and are tastefully furnished combining traditional with modern. Dine in the River View Restaurant or enjoy a drink in the bar. Ideal retreat for a relaxing tranquil break or an action packed few days. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - The Castle Green Hotel In Kendal
from £75
doubles and twin rooms

One of The Castle Green Hotel's greatest assets is its location. Set in 14 acres of beautifully maintained natural woodlands and gardens, yet only a few minutes from the centre of Kendal itself. The hotel is built and equipped to the very highest standards, and is proud of the AA 3 Star 81% grading with 2 AA red rosette standard it has received. They have also been crowned Best Western Hotel of the Year. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Garden House Hotel
from £75
doubles, suites, four posters and king size rooms

Stonecross Manor Hotel is situated on the edge of Kendal. One of the Lake District's most important market towns and is an ideal base from which to explore some of Britain's most beautiful countryside. The busy southern gateway to the Lake District, Kendal contains some fascinating places of interest making it this hotel an ideal place to stay. Kendal town centre is just a fifteen minute walk from the hotel. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Beech House Hotel
from £50
singles and double rooms

Situated 5 minutes walk from the centre of Kendal and in the lovely conservation area of Greenside. It is the idea place to relax. 5 luxury ensuite bedrooms each individually designed with comfort in mind. All the bedrooms are non smoking rooms. Kendal is at the southern edge of The Lake District with Windermere only 7 miles away. Great walking, superb restaurants and a first class shopping centre. (back to top)


Premier Inn Kendal
singles, twin, double, triple & family rooms

Right by the M6, yet attractively beside Killington Lake. The hotel has family friendly en suite rooms and free parking, all within easy reach of the Lake District. Some rooms at Premier Inn Kendal (Killington Lake) can take 2 adults and up to 2 children. One child can get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Gilpin Bridge Hotel
singles and double rooms

Nestled at the gateway to the Lakes and on the edge of the national parks, this family-run inn is full of character and steeped in history. Located on the edge of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, the hotel is a short drive from Windermere through the picturesque Lythe Valley. The market town of Kendal is just 3 miles away, giving you access to shops and local crafts. The restaurant offers home cooked food with a daily specials board and separate children’s menu. There is a good selection of cask ales, wines, continental beers and soft drinks. The function suite is available for weddings, conferences, meetings and private events. The hotel has a games room with pool, darts and a digital TV. An external children’s play area is available, along with ample car parking. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Crooklands Hotel
from £69
double rooms

Converted from an old farmhouse dating back to 1750. Exposed beams and lots of memorabilia in all the public rooms. Business facilities (e.g. fax/modem). Relax around a real log fire in our bar; reception is open until 23.00. There is a choice of restaurants and banqueting/conference facilities. With ample parking and our location just to the south of Kendal, near junction 36 of the M6; we are ideally located for visitors to the lakes or Yorkshire Dales. (back to top)


Bed and Breakfasts in Kendal, The Lakes
 
Kendal accommodation - Balcony House Guest House
from £50
double, twins, four poster and family rooms

Balcony House is Located on the North side of Kendal About 10 mins walk from the town centre. It offers a warm welcome to a Victorian home, built in 1890. The rooms are clean and comfortable decorated to the highest standards. Parking is available directly in front of the house. Full English breakfast is included in the price of stay. Guests have use of local health spa where you can swim/sauna/steam. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Sonata Guest Hotel
from £40
singles, doubles and triple rooms

Close to the town centre, 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. Pick the breakfast of your choice from the menu. Located only 4 mins walk to the main shopping centre. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Station Inn
from £55
single, double & family rooms

Previously a farmhouse and a coaching inn, this inn has a beautiful rural setting with attractive views, as well as a large beer garden and an outdoor adventure playground. Complete with ample car parking and disabled toilets, the inn features 4 cask-conditioned ales and an extensive list of beers and lagers. The extensive restaurant menu is complemented by a daily specials board with an emphasis on local, fresh produce. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Sundial Guest House
from £30
single, twin & double rooms

Whether staying on holiday or on business, one of the extensive range of rooms will meet with your requirements. From single or twin rooms with standard facilities to double or family en-suite rooms. All the rooms are centrally heated and have TV, tea/coffee making facilities and are furnished and decorated to the highest of standard. The aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible & it is non smoking establishment. There is parking on site and within walking distance of Kendal Town Centre with plenty of places to eat. Also easy access to the Brewery Arts Centre which attracts great bands and theatre. Also the Abbott Hall Art Gallery which has many top exhibitions. Sundial Guest House is within easy travelling distance of the Lake District including all the Beatrix Potter attractions. We are also easy travelling distance of the Yorkshire Dales. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Tranquility At Lab-Bay
from £135
double rooms

Tranquility is a new contemporary boutique-style country guest house that resides in the three valleys of Underbarrow, Crosthwaite, and Lyth. A unique destination for the discerning guest who wish to relax, chill out and enjoy those special times away from it all. A very warm welcome is assured to our entire guest with an experience to treasure always. Tranquillity is assured with uninterrupted views to the East, West, North and South. Our lounge faces west with a panoramic bay window it reveals Cartmel fell, Lyth Valley, then north to Langdales, Kentmere, finally south towards Morecambe Bay and Whitbarrow.Reception rooms: the entrance hall is decorated in a modern contempory style with pastel colours, the occasional antique, ash flooring and rugs, a beautiful ash stair case and minstrel gallery.Our lounge has a 6-metre panoramic bay window which simply take your breath away, offering views to the north south and west. A large open log fire is positioned at one end, whilst the other end hosts a mirror drinks cabinet . The guest lounge is a perfect place to watch the sun set over the valley or to take breakfast in the ambience of one of those special days. The guest lounge also leads on to a large sun terrace which is ideal for alfresco breakfast, weather permitting, on those lazy hazy days of summer one can sit enjoy a drink and watch the sun set magnificently over the distant fells. The terrace leads down to the lawn and the pond area with its very own water well beyond the garden is simply open country side with many relaxing not taxing walks or strolls, possibly to the local pub! Bedrooms: Are large en suite bed rooms.Both on the ground floor and up stairs all with breath taking views. The Cartmel room has a unique egg bath situated in the bedroom plus a walk-in en suite shower room individually designed with beautiful linen to create a modern contemporary feel. There is a choice of king-size 4-posters, Sleigh, or French style bed. All bed rooms have flat-screen TV, tea & coffee facilities and bottled water.The spacious bathrooms with heated floors, and soft background music displaying large baths with a choice of separate walk-in showers to include steam shower, body wash and rain showers.in the various bathrooms. Luxurious robes and soft towels accompanied by an array of organic toiletries to pamper one self at the end of a perfect day and the start of a wonderful evening.Dining room: is situated at the South of the house has soft romantic lighting it creates its own atmosphere for an intimate dinner party.Our aim is to create a 'house party' style accommodation ideally with a group of friends or relations. The cost will include B&B. However should you wish to bring you own favourite tipple please do so .We are able to offer you dinner on one of the evenings. Should you wish we can arrange a dining out experience, we could come too, at one of the many establishments to suite all pockets in the three valleys. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - 1 Ashes Barn
from £60
single, double & family rooms

Recently awarded 4 star silver by Quality in Tourism , Ashes Barn is a character Lake District barn conversion set in the heart of the countryside with excellent ensuite accommodation, delightful rural views and all the comforts of modern life - "clean, warm and comfortable". High quality locally sourced food, including a range of organic produce, is prepared for guests on the Aga providing delicious meals and the whole family take a pride in creating a much complimented special guest experience. (back to top)


Cottages in Kendal, Lake District
 
Kendal accommodation - Ashmole Cottage
from £159 for 3 nights
cottage for three to four people

Set in a quiet backwater of the bustling town of Kendal with its wide range of shops, hotels, restaurants, the Brewery Arts Centre and Abbott Hall Museum. This carefully co-ordinated and attractively furnished holiday cottage with beamed ceilings and exposed stonework makes an extremely comfortable home from which to explore the Lakes, Yorkshire Dales and Morecambe Bay, only 5 minutes walk from the leisure centre. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Castle Cottage
from £144 for 3 nights
cottage for three people

An ideal town centre location for all the superb amenities of this historic market town near the Lake District National Park. This semi-detached holiday cottage on the road to Sedbergh is 300m from the entrance to the castle path, which is surrounded by scenic walks with views to the Lakeland Hills. Delightful tea rooms, museums, the Brewery Arts Centre, leisure centres, climbing wall, boutiques and specialist shops, a golf course and quiet riverside walks are all nearby. The town hosts beer, mountain and music festivals and cultural events throughout the year and many historic houses and gardens are just a short drive away. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Parkside Lodge
from £316 for 7 nights
cottage for four to five people

This detached holiday cottage overlooks hills and valleys around Kendal from the garden. Perfectly situated for exploring the Lakes, Dales and visitor attractions. The market town of Kendal is the bustling, southern gateway to the Lake District, with art gallery, Museum of Lakeland Life and a leisure centre. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Hunters Lodge
from £212 for 7 nights
cottage for two to three people

Formerly the billiard room of a large country house (now a small livery stables) this split level apartment has been cleverly converted to retain the high, detailed ceiling with feature stained glass insert. At the edge of the village just 100m from the main line railway station, there are lovely walks from the door to The Helm. The market town of Kendal on the River Kent is an enjoyable 2 mile stroll to reach leisure centres, shops, restaurants, museums and a golf course. Ideally placed between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - High Butterbent Cottage
from £194 for 3 nights
cottage for six to eight people

This Lakeland stone holiday cottage dates back to 1800 and is set at the end of a long private drive, amidst wonderful scenery and adjoining the owner’s farmhouse. An excellent home from which to explore the surrounding countryside. The Lakes and Yorkshire Dales are also easily accessible with Windermere just 8 miles. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Yaffles
from £243 for 3 nights
cottage for six to eight people

Set in idyllic countryside just 2 miles from the historic market town of Kendal, this attractive single storey holiday cottage in an enclosed garden has fantastic views of the surrounding countryside from its elevated position. Perfectly situated to explore the southern Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, just 12 miles from Windermere and Bowness, with the magnificent Lakeland Fells enticing energetic people to walk and climb their dizzying peaks. Many cycle routes pass nearby and an hours stroll along the lanes will bring visitors to the pubs, shops and museums of Kendal, which also has a lovely castle and riverside walks. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Puddleduck Cottage
from £421 for 3 nights
cottage for five people

A charming detached stone-built holiday cottage, stylishly furnished, at the edge of the beautiful Lythe Valley only 10 miles from Bowness and Windermere. There are walks from the door and many cycle paths nearby, making this a superb base. At the northern end of Lake Windermere lies Ambleside and the magnificent Langdale Pikes, whilst the lake itself offers water-sports and boat trips. The area is rich in historic houses and gardens with Sizergh Castle, Holker Hall and Levens Hall all within a short drive. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - The Wharf
from £335 for 7 nights
cottage for six people

Wonderful countryside views from the ½ acre lawned and woodland garden of this single storey holiday cottage which provides a perfect base in the pretty village of Sedgwick close to the Lake District National Park. Part of the garden is the old canal bed of the former Lancaster to Kendal Canal of which the nearby public footpath leads to Kendal (3 miles) and Lancaster (23 miles). Activities around the village include horse riding, canoeing on the River Kent and the Lakeland Maize Maze. The vibrant market town of Kendal has a fantastic selection of shops, pubs and restaurants as well The castle, Brewery Arts Centre, museums and leisure centre. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - The Coach House
from £239 for 7 nights
cottage for two to four people

Rural tranquillity and wonderful views make this detached holiday cottage an ideal base for access to both the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. Just one mile outside the town of Kendal with its castle, museums and golf course. Windermere and Sedbergh are 10 miles away. There are many historic houses and gardens nearby, whilst attractions around Lake Windermere include Wordsworth’s former home at Dove Cottage, Ambleside and the Beatrix Potter exhibition in Bowness. The beauty of the Lakes and Fells is all around you for walking, scrambling, bike riding or simply relaxing. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Hollin Bank
from £285 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

The tranquil beauty of the Lyth Valley is the setting for this Victorian terraced holiday cottage, with large picture windows. The area is a haven for walking and cycling. Kendal, 10 minutes, with the Brewery Arts Centre, theatre and cinema complex, shopping and restaurants. Bowness-on-Windermere a short drive, with watersports, ferries, boutiques, galleries and tea rooms. Historic houses and gardens such as Holker Hall, Sizergh Castle, Levens Hall and topiary gardens, the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, the Aquarium of the Lakes are all close by. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Sallat Brow
from £461 for 3 nights
cottage for ten to eleven people

A vaulted 30ft long baronial-style hall is the centrepiece of this outstanding property. The barn dates from the late 16th-century and its renovation has been carefully undertaken to ensure that the magnificent oak-beamed ceiling remains on show. The two-tiered living accommodation is on the upper floors, ensuring that guests can make the most of the setting and the barn’s many intriguing features. Decor is bold and modern and the overall feel is of the old and the new dynamically merged. If you wish to explore the Lakes or the Pennines, Sallat Brow is ideally situated. The property enjoys views over the rolling green hills unique to this charming pocket of South Cumbria. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Scar View
from £396 for 7 nights
cottage for five people

This delightful semi-detached holiday cottage is set in a secluded position in a small hamlet overlooking the beautiful Lyth Valley. The market town of Kendal, 7 miles and the village of Bowness on Windermere, 8 mile, with pretty lakeside walks, steamer trips, water sports, tea rooms and boutiques. The lakeland scenery is in every direction and there are many attractions including the Beatrix Potter Exhibition, museums, art galleries, gardens and historical buildings. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Mill Crest
from £491 for 7 nights
cottage for six people

Standing detached in an elevated position, surrounded by its own colourful terraced garden, this carefully decorated single-storey property affords far-reaching views across a patchwork of fields, with glimpses of Morecambe Bay in the distance. Touring and walking amid stunning scenery can be enjoyed from the doorstep. Windermere is a scenic 5 miles drive away, with its wide range of tourist facilities for all; hop aboard a steam boat as it plies its way along the lake, or try your hand at all manner of water sports available from the lakeside. For golfing enthusiasts, there is a 9-hole ‘pay-as-you-play’ course nearby. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Hutton Manor
from £243 for 7 nights
cottage for six people

Tucked away down a drive, this character holiday cottage retaining beams has been thoughtfully furnished and co-ordinated to provide homely accommodation. An ideal location for walking direct from the door, alternatively, the enclosed garden to the rear is an ideal sanctuary for simply relaxing. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Low Fold
from £157 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

Situated on a mixed working farm, this 17th century semi- detached character holiday cottage with exposed beams is warm and cosy. It is ideal for a rural holiday in a location close to all the attractions of the Lake District and the southern National Park, Windermere, the lake and Bowness being only 4.5 miles, and bustling Kendal the same. Windermere in the centre of the Lake District offers great countryside and walking to suit all abilities. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Riven Oak
from £477 for 3 nights
cottage for eight people

Tucked away in a small hamlet and surrounded by magnificent countryside, this substantial house is an ideal venue for family reunions or larger parties. Set in the Lake District National Park, the holiday property is well placed for touring and has the added advantage of the bustling market town of Kendal with its wealth of shops, restaurants and museums just 3 miles away. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Rock Cottage
from £205 for 3 nights
cottage for four to six people

Tastefully modernised and well furnished, this mid-terrace holiday cottage in the village of Crosthwaite is at the head of the very beautiful Lyth Valley, ideal for visitors who wish to reap the benefits of staying in a rural setting, without feeling isolated. Within an easy drive of many attractions. Whatever your tastes, whether you want to get active or simply relax and admire the scenery, this is a good holiday base. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Whitwell Cottage
from £180 for 2 nights
cottage for two to four people

Tucked away down a private drive, this detached cottage has been converted from what was originally believed to be an old brewery. Carefully restored, furnished and decorated throughout, it combines beautiful and mellow limestone flagged floors with carefully co-ordinated materials and furniture that make a warm and cosy atmosphere. Whitwell Cottage is located on the edge of the Lake District National Park - perfect for walkers with the Dales Way within 10 minutes and a dedicated footpath running virtually past the front door. Kendal with its wealth of individual shops, inns and restaurants is only 4 miles and Windermere, with its beautiful lake, is within a short drive. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Whitwell Lodge
from £194 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Tucked away down a private drive, this holiday lodge with lovely views is set in private woodland, home to a variety of wildlife. It features an inglenook fireplace and oak floors. Located at the edge of the Lake District National Park, with the Dales Way within 10 minutes of the door, and a short drive to Windermere. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Low Shepherd Yeat Farm
from £599 for 3 nights
cottage for six to eight people

A superb detached holiday cottage with pretty countryside views, this extensively refurbished (2007) former farmhouse provides an idyllic location in the stunning Gilpin Valley. There are walks and cycle paths from the door, whilst for the more energetic the challenge of the Lake District Fells such as The Langdale Pikes and the Old Man of Coniston are a short drive away. Only 4 miles from Lake Windermere and Bowness with boutiques, galleries, tea rooms, pubs, watersports and ferries to Hawkshead, Coniston and the Grizedale Forest. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Shepherd Yeat End
from £325 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

With wonderful countryside views, this 18th-century farm cottage provides a tranquil retreat in the stunning Gilpin Valley. Adjoining a farmhouse, the delightfully furnished cosy cottage oozes charm and character and is surrounded by splendid fells, footpaths and country lanes with plenty of country pubs close by. Lake Windermere lies 4 miles distant with ferry trips at Bowness, as well as the car ferry that takes visitors across the lake to Hawkshead, Coniston and the Grizedale Forest. A scenic drive leads to the northern lakes, passing Ambleside and Grasmere. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Waingap
from £324 for 7 nights
cottage for seven people

This charming holiday home surrounded by its own land enjoys stupendous views towards Morecambe Bay. Set in beautiful walking country near the Dales Way, the footpaths, bridleways and walled lanes provide walks directly from the house. Centrally placed for touring, with many historic buildings close at hand including Sizergh Castle, Levens Hall and Gardens, Holker Hall and Motor Museum, plus the 12th century priory at Cartmel. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Sander Hill
from £324 for 7 nights
cottage for three to six people

This charming semi-detached character holiday cottage dates back in parts over 300 years and has been carefully renovated and extended to retain much of its original character. It is situated in the south-east of the Lake District National Park, just a few miles from Lake Windermere. The cottage has lovely uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside and the River Gilpin flows past at the bottom of the garden. The holidaymaker can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area and watch the local wildlife which includes squirrels, woodpeckers and herons. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Mill Cottage
from £257 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

This delightful 17th century detached holiday cottage is in a quiet secluded position overlooking its mature, pretty garden. Situated in a small hamlet at the head of the beautiful Lyth Valley, only 4 miles from the bustling village of Windermere, and Bowness with all the water activities of Lake Windermere and 4 miles from the thriving market town of Kendal. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Bannisdale
from £150 for 2 nights
hut for four people

Set in 24 acres of privately owned hill land sloping down to the river with its tumbling waters enjoying an abundance of wildlife with buzzards and herons. Beautiful walks abound on nearby Bannisdale, Potter Fell and Haweswater, famous for the drowned village of Mardale. Market town of Kendal with shops, restaurants and indoor leisure centre and theatre is approx. 5 miles. Nearest pub - 1m away. (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Mill Beck
from £155 for 2 nights
mill for two people

This stone-built, former bobbin mill stands beside the crystal-clear waters of the River Sprint at Cocks Close, in the unspoilt Long Sleddale Valley, an area which will soothe even the most work-weary city dweller. You can wander over 24-acres of privately-owned hill land, looking out for buzzards and heron. Then take a walk on nearby Bannisdale, Potter Fell and over to Haweswater, the most isolated of the Lakes, famous for the drowned village of Mardale. Fish for sea trout or salmon on ½ mile of private river (March 15th to Oct 31st), or in the owners' small fishing lake. There is good food at the pub in Burneside village 2½ miles, where there is also a fish and chip shop. Kendal is 5 miles, with shops, restaurants, theatre and leisure centre. Also see Sprint View & Riverside below (same building). (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Sprint View
from £155 for 2 nights
mill for two people

This stone-built, former bobbin mill stands beside the crystal-clear waters of the River Sprint at Cocks Close, in the unspoilt Long Sleddale Valley, an area which will soothe even the most work-weary city dweller. You can wander over 24-acres of privately-owned hill land, looking out for buzzards and heron. Then take a walk on nearby Bannisdale, Potter Fell and over to Haweswater, the most isolated of the Lakes, famous for the drowned village of Mardale. Fish for sea trout or salmon on ½ mile of private river (March 15th to Oct 31st), or in the owners' small fishing lake. After a day in the fresh air, there is good food at the pub in Burneside village 2½ miles, where there is also a fish and chip shop. Kendal is 5 miles. Also see Mill Beck above & Riverside below (same building). (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Riverside
from £155 for 2 nights
mill for two people

This stone-built, former bobbin mill stands beside the crystal-clear waters of the River Sprint at Cocks Close, in the unspoilt Long Sleddale Valley, an area which will soothe even the most work-weary city dweller. You can wander over 24-acres of privately-owned hill land, looking out for buzzards and heron. Then take a walk on nearby Bannisdale, Potter Fell and over to Haweswater, the most isolated of the Lakes, famous for the drowned village of Mardale. Fish for sea trout or salmon on ½ mile of private river (March 15th to Oct 31st), or in the owners' small fishing lake. After a day in the fresh air, there is good food at the pub in Burneside village 2½ miles, where there is also a fish and chip shop. Kendal is 5 miles away. See Mill Beck & Sprint View above (same building). (back to top)


Kendal accommodation - Burton-in-Kendal
from £157 for 3 nights
cottage for four of five people

This charming cottage with exposed beams, open fire and a spacious lounge on the first floor with distant views of the Lakeland Fells, was built over 200 years ago, making it one of the oldest buildings in the historic village of Burton. It is within easy reach of Kendal, a good shopping centre which boasts a castle, and museums. Leisure facilities include golf, a swimming pool and dry ski slope. (back to top)


Hostels near to Kendal, Cumbria
 
Ambleside accommodation - Ambleside Backpackers
from £16
a range of rooms private and shared

Ambleside is 22 minutes away from Kendal. Offers the best backpacker facilities in the area:
* Reasonable charges with longer stay reduction.
* Ideally situated, 5 minutes from bus.
* 72 beds in a large traditional Lakeland cottage.
* Newly refurbished, clean, comfortable and warm.
* Manager on site, no lock out, no curfew. (back to top)


Ambleside accommodation - YHA Ambleside
from £20
a range of rooms private and shared

Ambleside is 22 minutes away from Kendal. This large hostel is just outside a busy village on the shores of Lake Windermere. The views from the hostel lounge and many of the waterfront bedrooms are outstanding. There are forty-three 2-5 bedded and sixteen 6-8 bedded rooms. (back to top)


Caravan Parks and Camping close to Kendal
 
White Cross Bay, Lake Windermere
from £123
caravans for 4 & 6, lodges for 4 & 6, lodge homes for 4 & 6 people

At White Cross Bay you enjoy an enviable position in the very heart of the Lake District, with 60 acres of delightful wooded parkland grounds running right down to the shores of Windermere. The surrounding fells are within easy reach and are spectacularly beautiful at all times of the year. Your accommodation is within easy reach of the lake and clubhouse but due to the steep gradients or steps in certain areas, White Cross Bay Leisure Park may not be suitable for wheelchair users, or visitors with mobility difficulties. Ambleside is 4 miles away. (back to top)


Pound Farm Lodges
from £285
apartments for 4 & 7, lodges for 4 & 5, lodge homes for 4 & 6 people

Peacefully located amidst mature grounds in one of the Lake District's most beautiful areas, Pound Farm Lodges offers a perfect base for a relaxing, away-from-it-all family holiday. Lake Windermere, a short drive or an invigorating walk away, offers cruises, boat hire and sailing, while boundless outdoor pursuits are available locally. The World of Beatrix Potter is close by. (back to top)


Crake Valley, Water Yeat, Blawith
from £254 for 7 days
caravans for 4 to 6 people, lodges for 2 to 6 people

This small quiet park offers you the perfect setting for a peaceful and secluded holiday. It nestles in grounds of natural woodland sloping down to the shores of Windermere where there are boat launching facilities and rowing boats available. Only 5 miles from the lively village of Bowness, Avon Wood is an ideal base for touring the National Park, stately homes and market towns. Launderette+ facilities available for all dates. Choose from superb caravan holiday homes or individual lodges. Outdoor hot tub (Ambleside Retreat). Colour TV/Video. Kitchen including microwave. Shower. Bed linen and duvets. Beds made up for your arrival. Picnic table and barbecue. Gas and electricity included. Babies must be included in party total (caravans). Cots £7pw each, highchairs £5pw each. All-male, all-female, or young mixed groups – please check when booking. No pets (please note there is some privately owned accommodation and owners may have pets.) (back to top)


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