Visiting Kentmere


Map of Kentmere

A map of Kentmere is available here>>


Parking

Parking spaces in Kentmere are at a premium. There are a few spaces beside the Kentmere Institute – OS grid reference: NY 45601 04114; nearest postcode: LA8 9JL – but that is all and they are often taken by 8 am.

Please do not park on the road or in passing places as it makes the road too narrow for farm vehicles and the emergency services.

Occasionally, a field is opened for parking  – OS grid reference: NY 45815 03980; nearest postcode: LA8 9JP. Please be aware that this is agricultural land – it is not a permanent car park. Due to Planning Regulations, this field can only be opened on a limited number of days each year. It is also sometimes too wet to allow parking.

If you are planning to visit Kentmere and want to park, please ring 01539 821 689 to find out if the field will be open.


Emergencies

If you need the services of Kentmere’s First Responders, please call the ambulance immediately on 999 and the Responders will be called out automatically if it is appropriate. There is a public telephone kiosk and defibrillator outside the Kentmere Institute  – OS grid reference: NY 45601 04114; nearest postcode: LA8 9JL. 


Accommodation

There is a range of accommodation offered in Kentmere including holiday cottages, B&B and a camping barn.

Maggs Howe

Maggs Howe bed & breakfast is a former working farm surrounded by land still farmed by the family.
For information telephone 01539 821689


Maggs Howe Camping Barn

The traditional barn at Maggs Howe has been converted into fully-equipped basic accommodation sleeping 12 people.
For information telephone 01539 821689


Bridgestone Farm at Maggs Howe

Camping for Duke of Edinburgh.
Bridgestone Farm at Maggs Howe offers camping space for Duke of Edinburgh student groups.
Contact Christine Hevey 01539 821689 or c.hevey@btinternet.com 


Pout Howe

Pout Howe is a charming 18th century cottage, situated at the head of Kentmere valley. With space to sleep nine, it is ideal for families, walkers, mountain bikers, nature lovers and those who simply want to enjoy the Lake District.
For more information see http://pouthowe.co.uk  or email enquiries@pouthowe.co.uk


Heads Cottage

A beautifully modernised 17th Century holiday cottage in an unique setting at the head of the magnificent Kentmere Valley.
For information see http://www.headscottage.co.uk or telephone 07706 369253


Cappelrigg

This beautiful, traditional lakeland country house is set against a backdrop of high fell, at the far head of the Kentmere Valley.
There are two apartments, The Mews>> and Pengennett>>, both sleeping 2-3.


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