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B and Bs in Penrith

Ginney Country Guest House
Low Dyke
Catterlen

Penrith
Cumbria

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Our Guest House is situated just off J41 M6 Motorway in the peaceful village of Catterlen, near Penrith, Cumbria. A converted Cumbria Bank Barn dating back to the 1700s with 4 high quality en-suite rooms having oak beams, exposed walls and hand crafted furntiure. This consists of 2 family and 2 double rooms. Our guests can enjoy their locally sourced breakfast and relax in the lounge of the historic Gincase. There is ample parking and a patio area with views over Penrith. Approximately ten minutes from Ullswater.

With easy access to the Lake District and an overnight stay for tired travellers, the Ginney is an ideal resting place in all seasons whether cycling, walking or taking a scenic tour. Enjoy your holiday or short break at our family run 4 Star guest house.

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Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Person

Double: 37.50 - 40.00
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