The Plough Inn
The Plough Inn is a traditional public house that offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and excellent foods. It is located near to Kirkby Lonsdale in Lupton offering the perfect location for those who love to explore the Lake District.
Cumberland is an historic county in the north-west of England and borders with Scotland. It is now part of the larger administrative county of Cumbria, but is home to the old border city of Carlisle, the Lake District National Park and England's highest peak, Scafell Pike. Visit the many pretty villages and long dramatic coast.
Things to do in Cumbria
Some of the attractions of Cumbria are Keswick Museum and the poet William Wordsworth's former home. Muncaster Castle, completed in 1208 is also home to the world owl centre. You can also visit Birdoswald Roman Fort and Hadrians Wall. Theatre by the lake is in Keswick and in Carlisle visit the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery.
Getting to Cumbria
Cumbria is easily accessible by train and can by reached using three main operators: First Trans Pennine Express, Virgin Trains and Northern. From London Euston the train journey is 3 hours.
Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle and Blackpool Airports are well connected to the M6 motorway and are all situated less than 90 minutes drive from the county.
By Coach and Bus
National Express coaches run regular services to most of the towns in the Lake District and from London Victoria to Kendal it takes approximately 6.5 hours. The main local bus operator is Stagecoach.
Using motorways from Manchester it takes approximately 1.5 hours to reach Cumbria - The Lake District, whilst the average journey time from London and the south east is around 5 hours. The A69 and A66 provide road links to the North East. The M6 runs through the East of Cumbria and to the west the main roads are the A595, A596, A591, A6 and A66
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This page was last updated: 12 July 2017