Situated in the mountains, this spa hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Appleby Castle and 12.3 mi (19.8 km) from Brougham Castle. Brougham Hall and Penrith Castle ...
Situated in Penrith, this spa hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Penrith Castle, St Andrew's Church and Penrith & Eden Museum. Rheged and Mayburgh Henge are also ...
Located in the heart of Appleby-in-Westmorland, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Courtyard Gallery and Appleby Castle. Appleby Golf Club is 2.6 mi (4.2 ...
Located in Temple Sowerby, this inn is within 9 miles (15 km) of Brougham Castle, Brougham Hall and Courtyard Gallery. Mayburgh Henge and Appleby Castle are ...
Cumbria is a strong contender for the title of England's most beautiful county, and the Eden Valley sees the very best of it. The river's source is in the Pennines and it takes a spectacular route as it meanders its way through some truly idyllic Cumbrian countryside. Whether you're looking for a base for walking in the county's heady hills or a peaceful, riverside guesthouse, you're sure to find what you're after as there are plenty of hotels in this part of Cumbria.
The River Eden is one of the country's best places for salmon and trout fishing, which is responsible for much of Cumbria's tourism. The Black Swan in Ravenstonedale is perfectly located for those keen on a little fishing.
The family-friendly inn offers childcare services, allowing mum and dad some time along during their holiday. The large outside space is particularly great in the summer months, when guests can enjoy the barbecue grills and ample picnic space.
There's something very calming about the look and sound of a flowing river, but the selection of spa hotels in Cumbria can take relaxation to the next level.
Appleby Manor Hotel and Garden Spa is a tranquil retreat located in the heart of the Eden Valley. Views from the terrace are panoramic, but there's plenty more to see indoors. The hotel boasts an impressive spa, complete with a stunning indoor swimming pool and a variety of beauty treatments. There's even a games room and pool table to keep the kids amused while you put your feet up.
Many visitors to Cumbria are keen walkers. From the Lake District to the Pennines, there are plenty of spectacular walking routes to suit all abilities. If you're just looking for some simple accommodation to serve as a base from which to explore Cumbria on foot, check in to one of the county's friendly guesthouses.
The Kings Arms in Temple Sowerby is a charming and welcoming inn, suited to walkers. The rural setting is great for walks, and there's the option of a hearty meal come evening.