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Serpentine Rest ref: 129281

Kendal, Kendal and Area
3 Stars
details
  • Sleeps 44
ParkingBy permitGardenPatio
2 person discountNoFire/WoodburnerNo
SmokingNoInternet accessYes

Description

Set in a slightly elevated position above the Auld Grey Town of Kendal, Serpentine Rest is on the ground floor and enjoys roof top views over this medeival market town and across to the Kentmere fells beyond. A gentle stroll will bring you to ancient cobbled streets lined with an eclectic mix of interesting high street and specialist shops and tea rooms, riverside walks and Kendal Castle, the former home of Katherine Parr, the 6th wife of Henry VIII. Just 15 minutes by car to Windermere and Bowness, Serpentine Rest is also a great base for exploring not only the Lakes but the Dales too as Kirkby Lonsdale is easily accessible, just 6 miles from Kendal.
Deceptively spacious, Serpentine Rest is a home from home, with comfortable furnishings, strategically placed to take in the pleasant outlook from the living areas. The small but well cared for garden is just the spot for taking in some fresh air when our weather will allow but also offers some great views of the Kentmere Valley, the owner having provided a wide range of walking books for you to ensure you get the very best out of your holiday here at Serpentine Rest.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Property is all on ground floor level, has gas central heating and comprises:
Sun Room: With well placed seating to take in the view of the garden and fells in the distance.
Lounge/Dining Area: With feature fireplace, digital TV and DVD
Breakfast Kitchen: With electric double oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave. Door to patio
Five steps up to the ....
Spacious Shower Room: With cubicle, wash basin and WC
Bedroom 1: With double bed
Bedroom 2: With twin  beds.
 

Facilities

All gas, electric and bed linen included. Cot and highchair available. Wifi available.

Miscellaneous

Outside: parking by way of residents permit.
Please note: There is an access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599 960
 

Nearest townKendalShops0.25 Mile
Distance0.25 MileRestaurant0.25 Mile
Nearest railway stationOxenholmePub0.25 Mile
Distance2 MilesLake9 Miles

About the local area

Situated to the South of the Lake District, and only a short drive from the sea, Kendal is especially well placed to cater for everyone’s holiday needs. Kendal is often seen as the Southern gateway to the Lake District, being only around nine miles from Windermere and around 30 miles from Keswick.

The other lakes are all within an hour or two's travelling by car from the town, as are locations for walks and rambles, both gentle and demanding. The town is home to a fine selection of shopping arcades, can boast two castles, two museums, a host of historical buildings and bridges, fine restaurants, a multitude of public houses, and views that would please the most demanding photographer including the nearby ruin of Kendal Castle.

The pleasant Lakeland village of Underbarrow lies to the west of the town of Kendal and sits at the foot of Helsington Barrow, a limestone ridge rising to around 700 feet. Underbarrow stands at the centre of a network of roads linking Kendal to Crosthwaite in the Lyth Valley, Newby Bridge and Ulverston and the village of Crook to Levens making it idea to explore all the surrounding areas with ease.

Further west is the small village of Crosthwaite which is an ideal point from which to explore the Windermere and South Lakes area and, with walks right from the door, it will please keen walkers and hikers.  

Things to do nearby

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What our customers say about Serpentine Rest

Johanna & John Monhemius -

Our second visit to this comfortable, attractive, well equipped, and homely.


The Baldings -

Very comfortable here and convenient for the town centre.


Fiona, Daman &  Ollie Coe And Tilly, Border Terrier -

The house is a perfect base and has everything we could have wished for. Loved dog walking in Serpentine Woods.


Graham, Angela, Freya, George And Sam  Kirby -

Lovely apartment we really enjoyed our stay.


Eric Rojahn & Ken Watt -

Really enjoyed your flat. Plenty of light and nice garden.


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This imposing house, at the gateway to the Lake District, stands proud in a rich and beautiful garden, which includes a pond, lake and national collections.

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Levens Hall and Gardens

Built in 1350 as a defence against the Scottish raiders this delightful Elizabethan manor displays panelled rooms decorated with fine plasterwork and unusual embossed leather walls.

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Museum of Lakeland Life

Blackwell is an award winning Museum taking you back in time to learn all about the Lake District's past.

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Kendal Museum

This 200 year old museum hosts a fascinating collection of local archaeology, history and geology from all around the world. Exhibition, displays, activities and talks are all available with great activities for children.

Lakeland Maze Farm Park

This working maize farm as two maizes which are open throughout the summer months. Each year there is a different theme attached to the shape of the maze. The farm on site is open all year round and is great for kids with attractions including pets corner, play rooms, go karts and sand pits!

Great Asby Scar

Great Asby Scar is a National Nature Reserve situated to the south of Appleby by the village of Great Asby. For anyone interested in rock formations, it is a good example of a limestone pavement leaving the rough open land with upwards rock blocks caused by the erosion of the limestone

Lakeland Climbing Centre

This is the largest indoor climbing wall in Cumbria. There are leading walls up to 20m high, top roping and dedicated bouldering wall. Indoor and outdoor instructions are available. Refreshments, gear and guidebooks are all on sale on site. Tel: 01539 721766

Cycling through Staveley, Ings and Windermere

This route takes in the southern fringes of the Lake District from Staveley right through to Windermere.

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The Kent Valley

Ride through the Kent Valley along riversides and through quiet villages taking in the beautiful views of the Lakeland Fells.

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The Lyth Valley

Famous for its damson orchards the Lyth Valley is the perfect place for a relaxing bike ride.

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The Howgill Fells

The Howgill fells straddle both the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria and are separated by the River Lune in the west and the Dent fault in the east.

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Kendal Golf Club

Easily reached from either The Lakes or The Yorkshire Dales this 18 hole golf course has breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and fells.

Windermere Golf Club

Set in the middle of the National Park and in the heart of the Cumbrian countryside Windermere Golf Club is popular with golfers of all ages and abilities. And after an exciting game you can soak up the friendly atmosphere in the bar or enjoy the stunning scenery in the restaurant.

Holmescales Riding Centre

Horse riding treks throughout the Lake District countryside with excellent tuition, well schooled horses and superb riding facilities. Hacks cover a varied terrain with stunning views towards the Lake District. Tel: 01539 729388

Climb 365

Rock climbing to suit all abilities based in the heart of the Lake District. Classes include beginners climbing, guided climbing and classes for woman or the over 50’s. Tel: 01539 739186

Dave’s Adventure Company

Adventure and activity packages which include climbing, caving, canoeing and archery. Dave has over 20 years of experiences and you are guaranteed to be entertained with all sorts of activities on offer. Tel: 01539 568805

Lakeland Shooting Sports

A premier shooting club where you can enjoy Clay Pigeon Shooting in the open. Qualified instructors will guide you through the basics with lessons and courses on offer throughout the season. Tel: 07917205177

High Adventure Balloon Flights

A small family business offering hot air balloon rides over the glorious countryside of the Lake District - perfect for marking a special event or occasion. Tel: 0845 3371566

Chocolate House

This unique restaurant and shop serves over 15 chocolate drinks and 14 handmade cakes and savouries. The shop has 100’s of handpicked chocolates and gifts to choose from and you can also learn about how the chocolate was made. Tel: 01539 740702

Abbot Hall Art Gallery

This is an 18th century Grade I listed villa set on two floors where you can view art in a relaxed atmosphere. Coffee shop and book shop also on site. Tel: 01539 722464

Help & Advice

Call us: 01228 599960


What our customers say

Johanna & John Monhemius - December 2013

Our second visit to this comfortable, attractive, well equipped, and homely.


The Baldings - September 2013

Very comfortable here and convenient for the town centre.


Fiona, Daman &  Ollie Coe And Tilly, Border Terrier - August 2013

The house is a perfect base and has everything we could have wished for. Loved dog walking in Serpentine Woods.


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Cumbrian Cottages is a trading name of Wyndham Vacation Rentals (UK) Ltd. Registered in England and Wales. Company Registration Number 00965389. VAT Registration Number GB 598 2299 77. Registered Office: Spring Mill, Earby, Barnoldswick, Lancashire BB94 0AA.