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Dalemain


"A medieval Tudor and Georgian house that has been in the same family since 1679"


The fantastic house contains behind its Georgian facade, a wealth of Tudor and Mediaeval rooms and buildings.

The Old Hall was added in the 14th century, along with another tower.

In the 16th century, two projecting wings were added creating a typical Elizabethan manor house and in 1744, the impressive Georgian front was constructed to enclose an inner courtyard.


Dalemain Historic House & Gardens,
Dalemain,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0HB
Tel: 017684 86450
Fax: 017684 86223


www.dalemain.com
 

Wetheriggs Country Pottery



"A working pottery since 1855 which has survived two world wars and the Industrial Revolution"

It is now the only steam powered Country Pottery in the British Isles and, in 1973, was awarded the status of 'Scheduled Industrial Monument' by English Heritage.

Wetheriggs Country Pottery,
Clifton Dykes,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA10 2DH
Tel: 01768 892 733
Fax: 01768 892 722


www.wetheriggs-pottery.co.uk
 

Beckstones Art Gallery



"One of the best in the country"

Beckstones is a specialist Art Gallery exhibiting a high standard of original work by up to 40 of the nation's top artists.

Over 300 paintings in a variety of media cover a wide range of subject matter by artists, many with national or international reputations.


Beckstones,
Greystoke Ghyll,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0UQ
Tel: 01768 483601
Fax: 01768 483601


www.beckstones artgallery.co.uk
 

Cumbrian Discoveries



"
Specialists in Cumbria & the Lake District"

We offer sightseeing tours by coach or mini-bus, driver-guiding tours, walking tours, services to business and training and consultancy services.

Cumbrian Discoveries,
Sycamore House,
Ellonby,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 9SJ

www.cumbrian discoveries.co.uk
 

Pirates of Penrith


Pirates of Penrith


"Soft play centre with café
"

An independent family run soft play centre for 0-11 year olds with a toddler area, sports court, café with comfy sofas, TV and Wi-Fi access.

Pirates of Penrith,
4B Cowper Road,
Gilwilly Industrial Estate,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 9BN
Tel: 01768 840572

www.piratesofpenrith.com

 

Penrith

Lowther Castle & Gardens


"
Designed and built between 1806 and 1814 by Robert Smirke for William Lowther, 1st earl of Lonsdale"

From 1882 to the early 1920s, parties and sporting weekends at the castle were visited by royalty, heads of state and politicians.


Following 4 years of rescue and restoration, one of the largest projects of its kind in Europe, the site is now open as a unique visitor attraction with the dramatic castle ruins fronting 130 acres of gardens which continue to be lovingly restored.

The fully restored stable courtyard is free to visit and houses our café and shop’

Lowther Castle,
Penrith,,
Cumbria,
CA10 2HH
Tel: 01931 712192

www.lowthercastle.org

 

Caths Country Citchen


"Professional Catering Service for all Events"

A well established, family run business providing a flexible, professional and affordable catering service for all occasions.

With over 35 years experience in the industry, owner Cath Packham uses locally sourced ingredients, cooked from scratch to produce great tasting farmhouse inspired food.

Cath will work with you to make sure you get exactly what you want for your event whether it's a birthday buffet, canapés and a banquet, a roast or a barbecue.

Caths Country Citchen,
Sheriff Park,
Thrimby,
Penrith,
Cambria,
CA10 3EA
Tel: 01931 712888

www.cathscountrycitchen.co.uk
 

Rheged



"Discover the Village in the Hill"

Named after Cumbria's Celtic Kingdom.

Attractions include a giant cinema screen, a major international mountaineering exhibition and superb shops and restaurants.


The Rheged Centre,
Redhills,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 ODQ
Tel: 01768 868000


www.rheged.com
 

Penrith Museum



"Museum and Tourist Information Centre"

The heritage of Eden stretches back through thousands of years, from the magical stone circles of Long Meg and Her Daughters to the industrial archaeology of the North Pennines.

Penrith Museum,
Robinson's School,
Middlegate,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 7PT
Tel: 054321 09876
Fax: 012345 67890


www.eden.gov.uk
 

The Alpaca Centre


The Alpaca Centre


"Unique shopping experience"

The centre offers a unique combination - the opportunity to discover more about this delightful animal and then browse through the shops extensive range of items crafted from one of the world's most luxurious fibres.

The Alpaca Centre,
Snuff Mill Lane,
Stainton,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0HA
Tel: 01768 891440

www.thealpacacentre.co.uk
 


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Once the capital of Cumbria, this attractive market town is the hub of the Eden Valley and is an important shopping centre with a good mix of traditional shops and sophisticated arcades. The imposing ruins of Penrith Castle begun in 1399 have an intriguing history when a stone wall was added to an earlier Pele Tower.
 

John Campbell
'Mountain Painter'


John Campbell - Mountain Painter


"Watercolour paintings inspired by the mountains of the English Lake District"

On display are a large selection of Limited Edition Giclee Prints reproduced from his original watercolours.

His work is also on continuous display in many private galleries throughout Cumbria.

John Campbell,
Mountain Painter,
Stoddah Farm Studio,
Near Penruddock,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0RY
Tel: 01768 483493


www.mountainpainter.co.uk
 

Rookin House Farm


"Something for everyone"

An established adventure venue that has been offering a wide variety of outdoor activities for over 20 years.

Family owned and operated, Rookin House has a strong focus on both fun and safety.


Rookin House Farm,
Troutbeck,
Nr Ullswater,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0SS
Tel: 017684 83561
Fax: 017684 83276


www.rookinhouse.co.uk
 

Acorn Bank Garden & Watermill


"Ancient oaks and the high enclosing walls of this delightful garden keep out the extremes of the Cumbrian climate, resulting in a spectacular display of shrubs, roses and herbaceous borders"

 
Sheltered orchards contain a variety of traditional fruit trees and the famous herb garden is the largest collection of medicinal and culinary plants in the North.

A circular woodland walk runs along Crowdundle Beck to Acorn Bank watermill, which although under restoration is open to visitors. The house is not open to the public.

Acorn Bank Garden & Watermill,
Temple Sowerby,
Near Penrith,
CA10 1SP
Tel: 017683 61467
Fax: 017683 66824


www.nationaltrust.org.uk
 

Brougham Castle


"Discover the intriguing story of Lady Anne Clifford"

Brougham Castle is built next to the River Eamont on the site of an old Roman fort, Brocavum.

A square keep with its entrance on the first floor and access stairs protected by a forebuilding was constructed by Robert de Vipont in the early 13th century

Brougham Castle,
Brougham,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA10 2AA
Tel: 01768 862 488


www.english-heritage.org.uk
 
Hutton-in-the-Forest


"Lord & Lady Inglewood's Historic Home & Gardens"


Surrounded by the magnificent woodland of the medieval Forest of Inglewood, it is the legendary Green Knight's Castle in the Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.

Tel: 017684 84449

www.hutton-in-the-forest.co.uk
 

Aira Force



"Dramatic walks"

 
Aira Force waterfalls provide dramatic walks, one of the highlights of the Trust’s ownership in this valley, including fell, woodland and six farms (including Glencoyne, the largest).

There is also access to parts of Ullswater and Brotherswater lakes.


Aira Force,
Tower Buildings,
Watermillock,
Penrith,
CA11 0JS


www.nationaltrust.org.uk
 

Eden Valley


"Just waiting to be discovered"


I
magine a beautiful corner of England unspoiled by industry and almost unknown.

This is the the Eden Valley, where you will find quiet hamlets and villages, dramatic landscapes and the opportunity to escape from the pressures of modern life.


www.eden-in-cumbria.co.uk
 

Brougham Hall



"England’s most ambitious country house restoration project"

Brougham Hall was dubbed by Victorians as the “Windsor of the North”.

Its physical appearance and fine elevated position above a broad river were two obvious similarities.

Brougham Hall’s long connection with royalty provided the real link. King George V (as he later became) was a regular guest, and so was King Edward V11 whose sporting interests in Cumbria, it was rumoured, covered a broad range of different quarries.

Brougham Hall,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA10 2DE
Tel: 01768 862306

www.broughamhall.co.uk
 

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