Station Inn

Inn in Kendal, Cumbria

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Station Inn, Kendal

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Accommodation Description:

Originally a farm house which dates from the turn of the century this charming pub and restaurant also boasts accommodation of a high standard. We have 4 deluxe double bedrooms and 3 deluxe family bedrooms. All are en suite decorated to a high standard and have tea/coffee making facilities, TV, and hairdryers.

All rooms are non smoking and we are sorry but pets are not allowed. All prices include a full English breakfast which uses local produce where possible. While staying with us you can use our excellent bar and restaurant facilities but we are also an ideal base for visiting many attractions and taking advantage of a host of activities.

 3 star rating

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