Awarded Category 2
in the National Accessible Scheme

Within a five minute walk is the Cross Keys Inn, a delightful old country pub, serving bar meals. The little village of Tebay has two churches, two pubs, a railway club and pretty walks along the banks of the River Lune (well used by fishermen).

Tebay is situated 16 miles from Penrith to the north, 11 miles from Kendal to the south and almost adjacent to the north Lakes and Yorkshire Dales. The Howgill fells, as yet one of the quieter places for walkers, are the hills located within easy reach of the village. The Scottish border is approximately one hours drive north, making Tebay and Primrose Cottage an ideal overnight stop for journeys up and down the country, or an excellent centre to access Cumbria, the Lakes and the Yorkshire Dales.

Whether you are a discerning traveller, a peace-seeking weekender or a tired motorist, you will find a special welcome here at Primrose Cottage.

We can be located easily, by leaving the M6 motorway at junction 38 taking the right turn at the roundabout and Primrose Cottage is the first house on the right with ample parking to the front of the house.

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