Yanwath Gate Inn
Cunningly disguised as a Lakeland hill 2 miles west of Penrith, this visitor centre houses a large-screen Imax cinema and an exhibition...
Opposite the train station are the remains of Penrith's 14th-century castle, built by William Strickland (later Bishop of Carlisle and...
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...
Grants of Castlegate
Swish wine bar a short uphill walk from the market square.
Lonely Planet review
Pubs don't get any better than the Yat, 2 miles south of town. Named Cumbria's Top Dining Pub for the last thee years ln Good Pub Guide , the food is big on rich, generous dishes that showcase the region's meats and game: venison, saltmarsh lamb, rare-breed pork, local goose. The setting is a treat, too.