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Highlights in Penrith
- Picturesque town
- natural wonders
- Historical sites
- Colourful gardens
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There are many places in England that are ideal for a peaceful and relaxing holiday, so Holidu shows you an incredible option that you won't want to miss. Penrith is a beautiful town in the county of Cumbria, where you can find the perfect holiday destination, as well as a tranquil atmosphere. There is plenty to do and see. Whether you enjoy being outdoors, close to nature, or you love to visit places full of culture and history, there is something for everyone. And the accommodations here are everything you're looking for and more, with different styles and sizes, so you can choose only the best for your holiday. Whether you want a modern rental with room for lots of people, or you're looking for something more private and romantic lettings with beautiful stone facades.Relaxing holiday rentals with beautiful green areas
One of the advantages of these accommodations is that many of them are very close to all the nature Penrith has to offer. You'll find accommodations with large gardens, proximity to lush woodland, lakes and large expanses of lawns where you can enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities. The rentals here are also often pet-friendly!
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The area and getting around
The town of Penrith has a very traditional English feel, with colonial houses, historic monuments, stone streets and charming alleyways full of shops and things to see. With all the tourist sites, cafés, markets, restaurants, parks, and monuments in proximity to each other, this town is perfect for those looking for a destination where you can walk around for hours and hours without feeling overwhelmed or lost. And if you still want to get around the town more comfortably without getting tired, there is a bus service that can drop you off wherever you want, but you can also rent a car for greater privacy and convenience.An easily accessible place with many options
If you are wondering how to get to this fabulous place, don't worry, there are many ways to get there easily and effectively. This town is located in the North West of England, and is easily accessible from London by train, bus or plane. If you choose to arrive by road, the journey will take around three and a half hours, but don't fret because the natural scenery along the way will make your journey a pleasant experience.
Travellers and activities
You're sure to be amazed by the natural beauty of this state once you get here, so if you don't know where to start, here's a fantastic option to consider. The impressive 70-foot high Aira Force Waterfall has captured the attention of numerous tourists every year, making it a must-see landmark for those who love to explore the out-door world. Walk the trails that lead to the fantastic waterfall, which are surrounded by lush, vibrant green forest with stone bridges scattered around where you can hear the force of the water rushing underneath.Penrith for history lovers
Both incredible nature and places steeped in history abound in Penrith, so don't miss out on the fascinating monuments and buildings of great interest to explore. One of these wonderful places is Penrith Castle, which was built in the 14th century by the Earl of Westmorland, Ralph Neville, to defend Penrith from the Scots. With high walls (although many of them are in ruins), and located on a hill that was once used as a defence system, this ancient castle is quite striking and imposing, so you can't miss the chance to wander around its vast grounds.
„The climate in the town of Penrith is described as warm and temperate, with plenty of rainfall throughout the year, even in the drier months.“
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If you are one of those who love to be active even during holidays, this trail is what you have been looking for. Perfect for those who love hiking, but are not experts, this mile-long route is quite easy and without too many challenges. It's very close to the stunning Ullswater Lake, so once you reach the top, you'll have an unparalleled view of this body of water.2. Explore Hutton in the Forest
It is a historic country house that was once a medieval fortress, but is now a popular tourist attraction worth visiting. Although it has been modified over the years by the various owners who have done their bit for the structure, it still retains the old charm that makes it unique. Visit its fantastically manicured gardens, with numerous shrubs and a variety of colourful and eye-catching flowers.3. Spend the day at Larch Cottage Nurseries
Continuing with spectacular gardens, this family-run business focuses on horticulture, and they demonstrate their talent in this grandiose display of flowers and plants. Once you wander through the grounds you can see the eccentric antique decorations, which include ruins of buildings, water fountains, sculptures of all kinds and charming bridges connecting different areas of the garden.4. Discover Long Meg and her Daughters
Also known as Maughanby Circle, this is an archaeological monument dating from the Bronze Age. It is composed of 51 stones which are arranged in the shape of a circle, and it is not really known who could have arranged them in this way. One of the most popular legends is that it is a coven of witches, who were turned into stones by a magician by the name of Michael Scot.5. Learn new things at the Penrith Museum
This museum is owned by Eden District Council, and focuses specifically on exhibitions, showing the evolution of the town of Penrith. From artefacts of all kinds, to sculptures and paintings, as well as black and white photographs of ancestors. If you want to learn a little more about this picturesque town, this is definitely the place to do it.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Penrith
How much do the holiday lettings in Penrith cost on average?
Based on our data, Penrith has an average price of £88.94 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in the United Kingdom.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Penrith?
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Penrith, pack your bags and travel there in January (£72.72 per night on average), February (£76.2), or March (£77.53) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Penrith go up the most?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Penrith was November, with an average price of £103.57 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of £100.92, and October, with £99.72.
Is Penrith a good location for a last-minute getaway?
When visiting Penrith, we recommend you to think ahead, as 77% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more holiday lettings available?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Penrith were April, November, and January with average availabilities of 36.5%, 35% and 34%, respectively.
When are fewer lettings available?
Holiday rentals in Penrith reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 2.4%. The second most requested month is September, with 2.5%, and the third is October with 15%.
How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Penrith?
Holidu has paired up with 5 different partners to give you an inventory to choose between 70 properties we have in Penrith.