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B and Bs in Penrith

Tymparon Hall
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Penrith
Cumbria

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The splendor of a delightful 18th century Manor House fused with the rural beauty of Lakeland provides the perfect environment for a relaxing break, with its colourful summer garden and glorious upspoilt views. Attractively decorated rooms offer space, tranquility and a warm welcome to any visitor. There is also a caravan park which is set in beautiful, sheltered surroundings and has electrical hook ups and hard standings. Explore the surrounding landscape and attractions, Lake Ullswater is a short drive away, the wonderful Eden Valley is on the doorstep, Hadrians Wall makes a great day out and the historic city of Carlisle offers much to the visitor. The Rheged visitor centre is also nearby. Ullswater is perhaps Englandís most beautiful lake. Located in the Lake District National park in Cumbria Ullswater provides the ideal destination for holiday makers. It is Englandís second largest lake and sits amidst the splendor of some of the finest fells in Lakeland. The clean clear Lake itself provides a huge range of activities and watersports, including sailing, the Ullswater Steamers, kayaking, fishing, boat trips and more, and the surrounding area has some of the best walking country in the Lakes, with nearby fells including Helvellyn. The countryside provides a vast variety of walks from short amble to challenging hill walking. There are also facilities for other healthy outdoor activities such as horse-riding, cycling, mountain-biking, rock-climbing and many more

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