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Days Inn Kendal

The Days Inn Kendal overlooks the beautiful Killington Lake and is ideally situated for the Lake District National Park.

The hotel has 37 en-suite rooms from £60 per room per night

Our Kendal hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just for a quick stop between travelling. The Days Inn is within close proximity of popular Lake District towns and villages with Windermere and Ambleside being a 30 minute drive away. The hotel is also conveniently located for the Yorkshire Dales National Park, all the rooms consist of quality made up beds, a flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and en-suite bathrooms. On site in our Kendal hotel you will find free Wi-Fi access for all guests. In the morning of your stay, there are a vast array of breakfast options, with everything from continental breakfasts to coffee and snacks in Costa. To book your stay at our Kendal based accomodation, the simplest option is to use our reservations form at the top left of every page, once you're all booked in leave the paper work to us and we will be ready for your arrival.

Kendal Hotel Services & Amenities

Continental Breakfast

Sofa Beds (in some rooms)

Free Outdoor Parking for Guests of the Hotel

Free wi-fi

RV or Truck Parking Available

Restaurant adjacent

Non Smoking Rooms

Wheel Chair Access

Lounge Chair

Wyndham Rewards

Tea/Coffee making facilities

Smoke Detector

Coffee Maker

Interior Corridors      

Flatscreen TV

Kids stay & eat FREE

Clock Radio

   

Pets Accepted - 10 GBP Charge Per Pet Per Night Stayed -  Maximum 3 pets per room

Restaurants & Shops

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Costa Coffee

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McDonald's

Kendal Meetings and Facilities

There are currently no meeting room facilities at this location.

Local Attractions in Kendal

Killington Lake

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Lake District National Park

Lake Windermere

Ravenglass Railway

Ullswater Steamers

Yorkshire Dales

Costa - On Site

Restbite Self Service Restaurant - On Site

The Burger Company - On Site

 

Days Inn Location

Roadchef Motorway Service Area
M6 South Cumbria
Kendal, LA8 0NW
UK
Phone:44-(0)844-2250752
Fax: 44-153-9621660
E-Mail:kendal@daysinnrc.co.uk

This Hotel is located off the Southbound carriage way of the M6 Motorway just after Junction 37 of the M6. Please do not rely in directions via satalite navigation using the post code. We are in touch with the providers and hope to resolve the problem soon. If heading North on the M6 please exit at Junction 37 and take the south bound carriageway. The exit for the Hotel and the services is only a few minutes from the junction.

 

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All about Kendal

The Days Inn hotel located in Kendal enjoys a fantastic location on the edge of the English Lake District. The historic market town of Kendal is just a 15 minute drive away where there are plenty of shops, restaurants and attractions including Kendal Museum, the Brewery Arts Centre and Abbot Hall Art Gallery. It's the third largest settlement in Cumbria, behind Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness with it's roots dating back to the Normans and now consisting of a beautiful array of fortified alleyways known locally as yards, all surrounding the main high street which has been noted for many exports including the Kendal mint cake, a particular type of wool-based cloth called Kendal Green and later, the production of Tobacco and snuff. Kendal stands on the river Kent, surrounded by low hills and is just a short distance from the Lake District which makes it an ideal location for exploration or a quiet getaway.

A brief history of Kendal

Kendal lies 19 miles north of Lancaster and is a market town with a population of around 28 thousand. It lies on the River Kent and although this may have been advantageous to early trade and a source of fresh water for it's inhabitants, it is now merely a part of the region's natural beauty. For many hundreds of years it was known as 'Kirkbie Kendal' meaning 'village with a church (kirkbie) in the valley of the River Kent (kendal)'. The production of wool was notable amongst the region's industry, particularly a hard-wearing fabric known as Kendal Green which was worn by foresters as referred to by Shakespeare in Henry IV, Part 1. It was also mentioned in many of the songs and literature of slaves in the Americas during the slave trade era. It's oldest remains are that of a Roman fort which lies approximately 2 miles south of the present day town centre, now buried under fields. Much of the findings from this region are on display at the Kendal museum. The area's natural boggy and waterlogged plains were inherently hazardous for travellers and horses, yet it wasn't until 1703 that the town received an order to create and maintain a through road. There have been many forts and castles in Kendal, the last one fell to ruin in the late 12th century.

Kendal mint cake

One of the more famous exports of Kendal is a glucose-based confectionery with a mint centre and chocolate coating, reportedly discovered by accident when Joseph Wiper was experimenting with recipes for glacier mints.

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Activities and days out in Kendal

From the explorers to foodies and adventurers there is something for everyone to do in Kendal. With small exhibitions showcasing unique tapestries to brewery tours and historical buildings - there are plenty of attractions to keep your stay in Kendal, a busy one. Here are a selection of the most popular things to do during your stay:

  • Brewery Arts Centre
  • Abbot Hall Art Gallery
  • Lake Windermere
  • Killington Lake
  • Levens Hall
  • Lakeland Climbing Centre
  • Sizergh Castle
  • Hawkshead Brewery
  • Lakeland Maze Farm Park
  • Brewery Arts Centre
  • Kendal Castle
  • The Quaker Tapestry Exhibition Centre

Let us know how you you’ve found your stay and we would love to hear your own recommendations of where to visit in the area.

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Events & Attractions in Kendal

Kendal College Open Evening

16th June 2016

Call in and take a look around, explore the facilities and the many courses and training options to broaden your horizon. 

CumbriaVAG Show & Shine Festival 2016

18th-19th June 2016

If you're into Volkswagen or Audi cars and fancy a weekend of camping, live DJs and more, you should head over to Westmorland Showground for this 2-day event.

Artfest North

23rd-24th July 2016

An art fair with over sixty artists displaying their work over a whole weekend at Kendal Town Hall. See, explore and buy some of the high quality works and meet artists from around Cumbria.

Royalty, Romans, Rakes and Revenge!

6th August 2016

An evening of performances from soloists, duos, trios and quartets all part of the National Opera Studio devised fo the LDSM.

Comic Art Festival

October 14-16th 2016

The Lakes International Comic Arts Festival is now in it’s 4th year, and attracts around 13,000 visitors over one weekend, with many international special guests descending upon Kendal town for talks, workshops, signings and sketching set around various venues including the Brewery Arts Centre, the Westmoreland Shopping Centre and the Town Hall. Many of the local businesses get involved in the action too, with displays in many shop windows from local and international artists, books and popup displays pointing to events around the area. Simpson’s artist Bill Morrison’s own artwork appeared in a restaurant window last time, promoting his appearance there that weekend. From superheros to the walking dead, there are plenty of meets, greets and exhibitions for comic lovers from every part of the world.

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