Hotels and Bed and Breakfast in Kendal

Kendal is a market town in the South Lakeland. It is 40 miles (64 km) south of Carlisle, on the River Kent. It is the third largest town in Cumbria (after Carlisle and Barrow). A chartered market town, the centre of Kendal has a high street with fortified alleyways (yards) off to either side. They helped the local people to shelter from the border raiding parties. At that time the main industry was woollen goods. Kendal Green was hard-wearing wool-based fabric of local manufacture. Today Kendal is as important for tourism and Kendal mint cake. It also produces of pipe tobacco and snuff. The buildings are mostly constructed of the local grey limestone which gave the town the nickname the Auld Grey Town. There is a wide variety of accommodation in and around Kendal. Bed and breakfast can be found in a number of hotels, guesthouses, inns and b&bs (bed and breakfast accommodation).

Riverside Hotel

Prices from £130
This 17th century hotel is situated on the banks of the River Kent and there is an array of things t...

Stonecross Manor Hotel

Prices from £82
Situated on the fringe of Kendal with ample FREE parking and easy access from M6 junction 36 and A59...

The County Hotel Kendal

Prices from £68
A warm welcome awaits everyone here at the County whether a coach tour group or individuals you can ...

Station Inn

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Originally a farm house which dates from the turn of the century this charming pub and restaurant al...

Number 43 Boutique Guesthouse

Prices from £140
Awarded Best Bed and Breakfast in England 2011-2012 by Visit England Number 43 also holds their 5 Go...

Kendal Town Centre - Riverside Apartment

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Offering commanding views over the River Kent Riverside Apartment is a small ground floor apartment ...
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