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Sharrow Bay Hotel

A Hotel in Penrith, Cumbria (Lake District)

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Lake Ullswater
CA10 2LZ

Sharrow Bay Hotel, Penrith

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Sharrow Bay has a breathtaking setting on Lake Ullswater. The hotelメs Michelin star kitchen, led by Colin Akrigg, uses the finest local ingredients to produce some of the best ムBritishメ cuisine you are likely to find. Under the guidance and expertise of Alan Farkins, the service is so good that you wonメt even notice it.

With the hotel celebrating its diamond anniversary there hasnメt been a better time to visit.

3 star rating

From: £140.00

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Penrith Travel and Heritage Information

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