St Andrews Church
Penrith's name derives from an old Celtic word meaning 'red fell', and the area's crimson sandstone is clear to see in many of the...
Opposite the train station are the remains of Penrith's 14th-century castle, built by William Strickland (later Bishop of Carlisle and...
Cunningly disguised as a Lakeland hill 2 miles west of Penrith, this visitor centre houses a large-screen Imax cinema and an exhibition...
This lacy cafe has a split personality: standard cakes, sandwiches and cream teas by day, curry specials after dark. It's along a narrow...
Lonely Planet review
Wonderful old-world grocer selling crusty breads, cakes, jams, biscuits, cheeses, meats and practically every other Cumbrian treat you can think of.