Abbey House

Guest Accommodation in Penrith, Cumbria

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7 Victoria Road
Penrith
Cumbria
England
CA11 8HR

Abbey House, Penrith

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Abbey House offers a warm atmosphere comfortable accommodation and a hearty traditional English breakfast.Located in the busy market town of Penrith we are ideally positioned for visiting some of the country's most beautiful scenery; the Eden Valley Pennines Scottish Borders and the Lake District with the magnificent Lake Ullswater only five miles away.Here at Abbey House you are assured of the ideal base where you can relax and unwind whether you have had a hard day sight seeing cycling fishing or walking!

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