The HERDWICK INN

Penrith, CA11 0QU

The Herdwick Inn is in an excellent location and is easily accessible by rail and road. The village of Penruddock is just off the A66, 5 miles south west of Penrith which offers direct rail links to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Located a mere 4.5 miles from the M6 motorway and just 11 miles North East of Keswick. The X4 and X5 busses stop directly outside the pub and travels from Penrith train station through the village and on to Keswick. The pub is on one of the most popular Coast-to-coast (C2C) cycle routes as well as just a short drive from Blencathra. With easy accesses to the picturesque Lake Ullswater as well as the calm shores of Derwent water there is something for everyone. Just a little further by car Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater occupy the beautiful Vale of Lorton. Nearby, Bassenthwaite Lake, the only ‘lake’ in the Lake District, and Thirlmere, the reservoir that supplies Manchester with fresh, running water, are both protected by the towering slopes of their shoreline mountains and are perfect destinations for, walkers, climbers, cyclists and those simply wishing to take in the beauty of the Lakes.

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DESCRIPTION – The Herdwick Inn Penrith

The Herdwick Inn is in an excellent location and is easily accessible by rail and road. The village of Penruddock is just off the A66, 5 miles south west of Penrith which offers direct rail links to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Located a mere 4.5 miles from the M6 motorway and just 11 miles North East of Keswick. The X4 and X5 busses stop directly outside the pub and travels from Penrith train station through the village and on to Keswick. The pub is on one of the most popular Coast-to-coast (C2C) cycle routes as well as just a short drive from Blencathra. With easy accesses to the picturesque Lake Ullswater as well as the calm shores of Derwent water there is something for everyone. Just a little further by

car Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater occupy the beautiful Vale of Lorton. Nearby, Bassenthwaite Lake, the only ‘lake’ in the Lake District, and Thirlmere, the reservoir that supplies Manchester with fresh, running water, are both protected by the towering slopes of their shoreline mountains and are perfect destinations for, walkers, climbers, cyclists and those simply wishing to take in the beauty of the Lakes.

Pub Layout

The pub is decorated to a good standard and in keeping with the traditional feel of the Herdwick. Internally the pub has two trading areas predominantly food focused, renowned for serving quality local produce. The main serving bar has a cosy feel featuring an open fire, exposed beams and serves a variety of real ales, lagers and a wide selection of Gins, Vodka and other spirits. Externally, to the front there is a seating area with several wooden benches and a further covered seating area which provides additional seating during all seasons and is a well though out area, there is good off road parking.
The Herdwick also offers Five letting rooms, one king, one superking/twin , one twin one double and one single, offering an additional income stream.

The Herdwick Inn is in an excellent location and is easily accessible by rail and road. The village of Penruddock is just off the A66, 5 miles south west of Penrith which offers direct rail links to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Located a mere 4.5 miles from the M6 motorway and just 11 miles North East of Keswick. The X4 and X5 busses stop directly outside the pub and travels from Penrith train station through the village and on to Keswick. The pub is on one of the most popular Coast-to-coast (C2C) cycle routes as well as just a short drive from Blencathra. With easy accesses to the picturesque Lake Ullswater as well as the calm shores of Derwent water there is something for everyone. Just a little further by

car Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater occupy the beautiful Vale of Lorton. Nearby, Bassenthwaite Lake, the only ‘lake’ in the Lake District, and Thirlmere, the reservoir that supplies Manchester with fresh, running water, are both protected by the towering slopes of their shoreline mountains and are perfect destinations for, walkers, climbers, cyclists and those simply wishing to take in the beauty of the Lakes.

Pub Layout

The pub is decorated to a good standard and in keeping with the traditional feel of the Herdwick. Internally the pub has two trading areas predominantly food focused, renowned for serving quality local produce. The main serving bar has a cosy feel featuring an open fire, exposed beams and serves a variety of real ales, lagers and a wide selection of Gins, Vodka and other spirits. Externally, to the front there is a seating area with several wooden benches and a further covered seating area which provides additional seating during all seasons and is a well though out area, there is good off road parking.
The Herdwick also offers Five letting rooms, one king, one superking/twin , one twin one double and one single, offering an additional income street.

TRADING STYLE

The delightful Herdwick Inn welcomes locals and tourists to the area alike, it is hugely popular with people exploring the delights the area has to offer. The pub has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and offers a range of good quality drinks and a strong food offering. In reality this pub is a delight especially for any visitors who will stay in one of the letting rooms. The rooms are comfortable & well laid out to cater for visitors, marketing them on online streams is a must to drive this additional income stream.

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation

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MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

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