www.weacceptpets.co.uk Damson Dene Hotel, Kendal, Cumbria, The Lake District


Damson Dene Hotel is superbly situated in the Lyth Valley just a few miles outside of Kendal, Cumbria.

Damson Dene Hotel accepts Dogs & Small Pets; you can view this Hotel on our website www.weacceptpets.co.uk by clicking on the link provided below:


Set within the beautiful Lake District offering some of the best walks and views in the whole of the country.

The hotel takes its name from the famous damson orchards of the area. In a good year the profusion of white damson blossom in the spring attracts much attention making the annual Damson Day festival even more of a pull.

The Damson Dene Hotel has 40 en suite bedrooms, including 7 with four poster beds and an en suite Jacuzzi bath. There are three delightful family suites located in the grounds of the hotel. We offer double bedded, twin bedded or family sized standard rooms which were all recently refurbished Each room offers en suite bath or shower room, television, radio, ironing facilities, tea and coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone. Many offer spectacular views of this special Lakeland valley.

There are plenty of walks you can do from the hotel. The Lake District is perfect for those keen on walking. There is something to suit all tastes in the area and you will find an abundance of things to do in the area.

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The accommodation types on our website are:

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The properties on our website accept the following pets:

  • Dogs
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