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Westmorland Hotel
Orton
Penrith
Cumbria

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The Westmorland Hotel lies nestled on a hillside in the heart of the Cumbrian Mountains, midway between London and Aberdeen. It is instantly accessible from the M6, north and southbound, between junctions 38 and 39. The Hotel offers an ideal base for a holiday or short break, whether exploring the Eden Valley, Lake District or Yorkshire Dales, there is so much to discover within this historical district.

There are 50 en-suite guest rooms, all thoughtfully designed and most with breathtaking views. Each room is fully equipped with everything you come to expect of a modern purpose built hotel. The award-winning Bretherdale Restaurant provides something for all tastes. Each dish has the wholesome quality of good food, freshly prepared with the finest local ingredients. Conference rooms are graced with natural lighting and comfortable furnishings. Together with modern facilities and a team of professional staff dedicated to the smooth running of all meetings.

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Nearest Train Station: Penrith
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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star AA/ETC
Number of Rooms: 50
Number Ensuite: 50
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Name: Bretherdale
Cuisine: Continental
Chef: Graham Evans
Awards: AA Rosette

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