Kendal

The historic town of Kendal lies in rural Cumbria and is full of narrow lanes branching off the main street. Situated on the River Kent, Kendal is well known for the manufacture of shoes. Visit the Kendal Museum of Natural History and Archaeology or the Abbot Hall Art Gallery. The towns main industry is tourism and has become the gateway to the Lake District.
48 Results In Or Near Kendal
1.4 miles from the centre of Kendal
Carus Green has an award winning bar and restaurant offering food and drink 7 days a week, from breakfast and afternoon tea through to evening meals. There is also a Sports Lounge showing all sporting fixtures. Carus Green is a local hub for leisure and hospitality facilities.
3.0 miles from the centre of Kendal
Discover the Fascinating Sizergh Castle Sizergh Castle´s garden has two lakes and a superb rock garden. All this is set in a 1600 acre estate crossed by public footpaths, providing short walks from the castle to dramatic viewpoints over Morecambe Bay and the Lake District fells. The gardens and grounds are particularly amazing in spring, with spring bulbs and blossom. The National Trust´s largest limestone rock garden developed in the 1920s, is housed here in which ancient maples squat...
3.0 miles from the centre of Kendal
Discover the Fascinating Sizergh Castle The medieval Sizergh Castle has been the home of the Strickland family for over 750 years. The 14th century tower was extended in Tudor times. It has an exceptional series of oak-panelled interiors with intricately carved chimneypieces and early oak furniture, culminating in the magnificent Inlaid Chamber. On display are collections of family portraits and ceramics that have been amassed over the centuries along with recent photographs. The castl...
4.5 miles from the centre of Kendal
The Punch Bowl is a luxury Inn located in the picturesque village of Crosthwaite in the Lyth Valley. They serve simple dishes cooked to the highest quality base
4.5 miles from the centre of Kendal
From its stone exterior, the Punch Bowl looks like a typical Lake District inn. Inside things are rather different. High-backed chocolate brown leather chairs, sparkling white linen and polished oak flooring give the dining room a decidedly modern feel. The menu adheres to the local/seasonal mantra, albeit it with a European twist. Begin with Cumbrian air dried ham with parmesan and rocket salad or baked Cumbrian Cheddar cheese and spring onion soufflé. Main courses might include duck breast ...
4.8 miles from the centre of Kendal
Built around a 13th century pele tower, Levens Hall and Gardens are to be found at the gateway to the Lake District National Park. Levens Hall is home to the world's oldest, and the largest, topiary gardens.
4.8 miles from the centre of Kendal
Levens Hall is an Elizabethan mansion, built around a 13th century Pele tower, converted into a gentleman´s residence and home of the Bagot family, containing fine panelling, plasterwork and period furniture. Also paintings by Rubens, Lely and Cuyp and antique Cordova leather wall hangings. The earliest English patchwork is on display along with Napoleonic memorabilia and other fascinating objects. The world famous topiary gardens laid out by Monsieur Beaumont in 1694, can be seen along with ...
5.3 miles from the centre of Kendal
Gilpin Mill is a tranquil retreat set in a forgotten valley just a short drive from Lake Windermere and everything the south Lakes has to offer. A colourful garden, wildlife galore and a house built for comfort, Gilpin Mill gives you the perfect excuse to escape from it all.
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