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Norcroft Guest House
Graham Street
Penrith
Cumbria

CA11 9LQ | View map

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The Norcroft Guest House is just a five-minute walk from Penrith town centre, a delightful market town offering a rich and interesting history along with a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. Penrith is situated close to the M6, which makes it an ideal location for those wanting to explore the Lake District and all it has to offer. Equally this location is ideal as a halfway house for those travelling up and down the country. For the energetic Penrith is located on the Coast-to-Coast cycle route.

We have a choice of single, twin, double or family (up to five guests) rooms. All rooms are en-suite (many with newly refurbished bathrooms), with TV and tea and coffee making facilities. We have a total of nine rooms and can accommodate up to 22 people. The Norcroft is one of the few town centre Guest Houses with a large car park.We have an accessible room on the ground floor, newly fitted out and approved by Eden District Council. Access to the Guest House is via the ramped rear entrance.

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