Things to see and do - Kendal
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Kendal Travel guide
Kendal : Michelin's recommendations
Built from the local limestone, the "Auld Grey Town" of Kendal is the thriving centre for a wide area. It was the birthplace of Henry VIII's sixth wife, Catherine Parr, but was famous for its wool trade well before her day. From the castle, there is a fine view of the town and its hill backdrop. Kendal is also renowned for its Mint Cake, a chocolate-covered delicacy known for its energy-giving qualities.
Tourist attractions Kendal : Things to see and do
GB - Kendal LA8 0PD
An Elizabethan manor and a 13C tower make up the charming house you can see these days. The great hall, with its oak panelling and decorated ceiling, give a foretaste of the engravings and plasters from the Elizabethan period or earlier that decorate..
Abbot Hall GB - Kendal LA9 5AL
Abbot Hall, an 18C country house, is now occupied by an art gallery (temporary exhibitions and collection of George Romney paintings - 1734-1802).
Stramongate Bridge GB - Kendal LA9 6EL
In Kendal town centre, the Riverside Hotel is a 17th-century building with a state-of-the-art leisure club. Rooms have river views, and Windermere and the Yorkshire Dales are 15 minutes' drive away. All of the rooms have views of the River Kent. Fea..
Station Rd GB - Kendal LA9 6BT
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Set in a former coaching inn, the County Hotel is in the centre of Kendal, just 100 metres from Kendal Railway Station. The hotel offers traditional meals and cooked breakfasts. The bright and airy bedrooms each have a cosy seating area and a privat..
Maude Street, Kendal GB - Kendal LA9 4QD
Kendal Central Premier Inn sits on the southeast edge of the Lake District, close to Kendal Rail Station and the Riverside Walk. This Premier Inn hotel by the Lake District has an on-site Table Table restaurant and rooms with comfy beds. Some rooms..
129 Highgate GB - Kendal LA9 4EN
Smart, high street restaurant with ground floor bar, intimate, beamed dining room and a loyal local following. The owner's Turkish heritage is reflected in the menu, which has a strong Mediterranean base; dishes are fresh and colourful.
GB - Crosthwaite LA8 8HR
Charming 17C inn set in the picturesque Lyth Valley, boasting antiques, cosy fires and exposed wood beams; dine either in the rustic bar or the more formal restaurant. Cooking has a classical base but displays some modern touches, and dishes display ..