School House Bed & Breakfast
A stone's throw from the River Kent, a few minute’s walk from Kendal train Station or Kendal bus station and less than a five minute walk to Kendal’s bustling town centre, our four star Bed and Breakfast is ideally placed for you to relax and unwind and enjoy all that Kendal and the stunning surrounding area has to offer.
Whether you’re visiting for a quiet rest or an action packed weekend the choice of shops, museums, restaurants, takeaways, cinema and theatre events, golf clubs, indoor climbing wall, local walks and activities for all the family are plentiful and all within easy reach of School House Bed and Breakfast. The Bed and Breakfast is situated next to the salmon jump on the River Kent adjacent to Gooseholme Green, which sits below Kendal Castle, once home to Katherine Parr (sixth and last Queen of Henry VIII), which is lit up at night and hosts a fantastic firework display on the weekend of Bonfire Night.
Nicknamed the ‘Auld Grey’ Town because of its lovely local grey limestone buildings, narrow yards and cobbled streets, Kendal hosts many renowned events and festivals throughout the year such as the Mountain Film festival, the Westmorland County Show the Mintfest (a street arts festival), the Kendal Torchlight parade and Kendal Calling.
School House Bed and Breakfast offers fast and easy access to the most popular tourist sites and is a good base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales, Howgill Fells, the Lune Valley and the beautiful Cumbria Coastline.
Whether you are sightseeing, walking, travelling through or working, 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. Rooms are warm and comfortable and furnished to a high standard and are all en-suite. Rooms have well stocked refreshment trays, TV’s and DVD players, dressing gowns and slippers and of course Kendal Mint Cake. Breakfast is served in the comfort of your room – you can dine in your pyjamas if you wish!
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This page was last updated: 16 January 2013