Situated in the North West of England, Penrith is the primary town serving the East side of the Lake District, Cumbria. Popular with tourists year round, it is home to a number of fine Bed and Breakfast establishments.
Originally a part of Scotland, became English in AD1070, Penrith was the capital of Cumbria. The area is famous for rolling hills, lakes, and is steeped in history. Tourist attractions include St Andrews Church and the Lake District National Park.
High quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation exits within the town centre and also in nearby Castletown, Town Head, Scars, Carleton, Pategill, and Weatheriggs. The lake district is renowned as a walking/hiking destination. Penrith B&B accommodation is in ready supply whether you choose to stay for a single night or for a longer vacation.
Our site features a number of the best places to stay in Penrith. Please see the further detail including pictures, tarrifs, and directions to each hotel.