Browsing local attractions within 8 miles of Kirkland Hall Cottages
Temple Sowerby, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 1SP
A tranquil haven with an almost-forgotten industrial past. Walled garden with outstanding medicinal and culinary herb collection and orchards, woodland walks to a restored watermill.
Bank Foot, Lazonby, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 1BL
A heated, open air swimming pool on the banks of the River Eden. Ample picnic space and refreshment kiosk.
Chapel Street, Appleby, Cumbria, CA16 6QR
25m pool and learner pool where children and adults can learn to swim, or swim for fitness. Modern, fully equipped gym also available.
The Garage, Beck Bank, Great Salkeld, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 9LN
We are a family run business situated to the north-east of Penrith in the picturesque Eden Valley. We run a dedicated and knowledgeable work force and a modern, well maintained fleet of vehicles.
Appleby, Eden Valley, -
Moor House is an upland National Nature Reserve on the backbone of England, around the headwaters of the River Tees and includes Great Dun Fell (848m), Little Dun Fell, and Knock Fell as well as the source of the River Tees.
Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2AA
Early 13thC castle, formidable barrier for Scots invaders, restored by the indomitable Lady Anne Clifford.
Midtown Farm, Blencarn, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 1TX
Self-drive classic car hire with a range of british soft-top sports cars from 1950's onwards, Austin Healeys, Morgan, Triumphs, Mini Cooper S and Lotus Elise.
Cliburn, Penrith, -
Cliburn Moss National Nature Reserve is a basin mire which supports an unusual range of fen, bog and heath communities with several rare and scarce plant species.
Brougham Hall, Brougham, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2DE
A 14thC fortified home in course of reconstruction to provide craft centre.
Little Salkeld, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10
Second largest circle in England - 360' diameter. Long Meg is an outlying stone and is decorated with concentric circle - late Neolithic or early Bronze Age (c2000 or earlier).
Cliburn, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2DW
Circle is 37' across, seven stones and the retaining kerb of a destroyed cairn. Nineteenth-century excavations produced a cremation.