Riversleigh Guest House in Kendal is a Victorian era property situated on the south side of the town, opposite the college and within walking distance of the town centre. Kendal is often referred to as one of the best gateway towns into the Lake District, having a rich trading history and being at the junction of various routes between Scotland, Yorkshire and Lancashire.
The three star Riverleigh Guest House has a choice of double, single, family and twin rooms. All rooms come equipped with a TV for entertainment, as well as a coffee and tea tray. Hairdryers and ironing facilities are also available.
We serve a delicious breakfast every morning, cooked with high quality ingredients that we source locally.
Children of any age are most welcome at Riverleigh Guest House. We have full wireless internet access available throughout our house, and guests can connect for free. We have private off road parking and are biker friendly, with undercover parking for motorbikes.
Please note that we can only accept 2 dogs in the guest house per night. We charge a small fee of £10 per dog
Contact us for any last minute deals or early booking discounts.
The town is well known for its tasty Kendal Mint Cake, a high energy food source said to have been used by Sir Edmund Hilary during his Mount Everest climb, and still used by walkers and climbers to this day. Kendal is home to a number of interesting attractions, such as the Abbot Hall Art Gallery & Museum, The Quaker Tapestry Exhibition Centre and the Kendal Museum. You'll also find a number of excellent pubs serving evening meals, as well as having bars fully stocked with traditional real ales.
Leave M6 jct 36, along dual carriageway for 8 miles and take exit to South Kendal. After first set of traffic lights you will see Kendal college on your left and a row of guest houses on your right. Nearest train station is Oxenholme.