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Welcome to Lyth Valley Country Inn

Address: The Lyth Valley Country Inn A5074, Kendal, LA8 8DB

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Situated in Kendal, 7 km from Castle Howe, Lyth Valley Country Inn has a terrace, a bar and rooms with free WiFi access. Boasting a concierge service, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. All rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. Lyth Valley Country Inn features some rooms that have a patio, and each room is equipped with a private bathroom with a shower and a hair dryer. All guest rooms feature a wardrobe. A continental, buffet or à la carte breakfast is available each morning at the property.

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Sizergh Castle - Castle

Sizergh Castle - Castle

Distance 3.04 miles (4.86 km)
The Strickland family has lived at Sizergh for more than 750 years, and it remains their home today. Set in large, beautifully landscaped gardens and based on an impressive 14th Century solar tower, Sizergh was extended in Tudor times. While a subject of much historical debate, the 14th century four story structure has been identified as a Solar Tower, not a pele tower as previously believed. The romantic fortified mansion contains some of the finest Elizabethan carved overmantels in the country, as well as a collection of good English and French furniture and family portraits. Of particular interest are the large gardens surrounding the Castle, a notable feature being the National Trust’s largest limestone rock garden, including part of the National Collection of Hardy Ferns. Enchanting wildflower and water gardens also add to the charm of this elegant estate.

Levens Hall - Country Home

Levens Hall - Country Home

Distance 3.79 miles (6.06 km)
Levens Hall is a stunning family home with exceptional Elizabethan interiors and the finest furniture, clocks and paintings. Explore the fascinating artefacts linking the Hall to the Duke of Wellington, marvel at the world's largest and oldest topiary gardens before visiting the gift shop and the new Levens Kitchen for refreshments. Open House & Gardens 7 April - 3 October 2019 Sunday to Thursday (Closed Fridays and Saturdays). House 1200-1600, Gardens, Gift Shop, Plant Centre & Kitchen 1000-1700 Levens Kitchen 18 March - 4 April 2019 Sunday to Thursday (Closed Fridays and Saturdays) 1000-1600 7 April - 3 October 2019 Sunday to Thursday (Closed Fridays and Saturdays) 1000-1700 6 October - 19 December 2019 Sunday to Thursday (Closed Fridays and Saturdays) 1000-1600.

Kendal College - University

Kendal College - University

Distance 4.06 miles (6.5 km)
Kendal College specialises in Further and Higher Education and is a partner college of the University of Cumbria and the University of Central Lancashire. It is situated at Kendal, UK. The aim of the College is to achieve high academic standards, to offer outstanding facilities, a broad range of courses and to give each student the chance to succeed. The courses offered are Accountancy; Beauty Therapy; Business Administration; Carpentry; Construction; Childrens Care; Learning and Development; Creative and Cultural; Electrical Installation; Hairdressing; Health and Social Care; and Hospitality and Catering.

Abbot Hall Art Gallery - Exhibition

Abbot Hall Art Gallery - Exhibition

Distance 4.27 miles (6.83 km)
Abbot Hall Art Gallery is a museum and gallery in Kendal, England. Abbot Hall was built in 1759 by Colonel George Wilson, the second son of Daniel Wilson of Dallam Tower, a large house and country estate nearby. It was built on the site of the old Abbot’s Hall, roughly where the museum is today. Before the Dissolution of the Monasteries this was where the Abbot or his representative would stay when visiting from the mother house of St Mary's Abbey, York.[1] The architect is unknown. During the early twentieth century the Grade I listed building was dilapidated and has been restored as an art gallery.

Fell Foot Park - Ulverston - Theme Park

Fell Foot Park - Ulverston - Theme Park

Distance 4.62 miles (7.4 km)
Fell Foot Park is situated on the south shores of Lake Windermere just of the A592 and in the care of The National Trust. The Victorian park is open daily with its eighteen [18] acre grounds that have been restored to its former glory to which you will see in spring and early summer displays of daffodils and rhododendrons. The park in winter is open with limited facilities see below. You can relax and have a picnic on the lawns next to the lake and watch the boats go by, or you could take a boat trip from the park across the lake to Lakeside and take a Lakes Windermere Cruise, even a trip on the The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway or visit to the Aquarium. If you wish you could hire a rowing boat on the lake, there is a children adventure playground, a shop in which you can purchase National Trust gifts with a tea room close by serving teas, coffee and light meals.