Pentonbridge Inn

Sadie Pearson
Pentonbridge Inn

‘A Michelin restaurant with rooms’…

A relaxed and refined dining experience, with access to the freshest produce all year round. The Pentonbridge Inn will welcome you for a fantastic meal and, if you wish, an evening’s rest.

B6318Penton, Carlisle CA6 5QB View map
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What's on near Pentonbridge Inn

ExhibitionsNorth East
Matt Rugg: Connecting Form

The first major retrospective of the work of the British abstract artist and teacher Matt Rugg (1935-2020). Previously unknown works will display alongside iconic pieces.

free entry
lumiere festival
Lumiere Festival

For over a decade, Lumiere Festival has been lighting up Durham’s public spaces with mesmerising installations and interactive artworks.

free entry

Where to go near Pentonbridge Inn

Hadrian’s Wall

No other World Heritage Site in Europe provides the public with as much access to so many archaeological ruins as Hadrian’s Wall.

Derwent Reservoir

Among the largest inland bodies of water in England, the Derwent Reservoir is a perfect spot for wild swimming.

Bywell Hall
Event venue
Bywell Hall

“A Palladium gem on the banks of the River Tyne.” 45-minute guided tours available, which showcase the family’s collection of Old Master paintings, silver, ceramics, rare furniture and antiquities.

North East

Set within 13,000 acres of woodland, hills and pleasure gardens, Wallington is a grand National Trust property in Northumberland.

Café or Coffee Shop
The Village Bakery Melmerby

The Village Bakery is there to fortify those in need – with fresh breads and good food – and you don’t have to cycle there to try it.

Long Meg and Her Daughters
Tourist Attraction
Long Meg and Her Daughters

Long Meg and Her Daughters is one of the finest and most prominent stone circles in the North of England, with myth and enigma at its core. Made up of many stones, each bearing their own weight of representation, meaning and implied myth, the monument is significant, with many levels of decoding and suggested definition being applied to the structure over time.

A World in Miniature Museum

Considered one of the best collections in the world, whether you are already a miniaturist fan, or a fresh face, you won’t leave this Museum without an appreciation.

Little Salkeld Mill, Penrith, image courtesy of Visit Cumbria
Café or Coffee Shop
Little Salkeld Mill

At Little Salkeld you’ll find one of the country’s last water-powered corn mills, still grinding specialist flours, with a fantastic bakery and cafe attached

Tourist Attraction
Lacy’s Caves in Penrith

Lacy’s Caves are fascinating structures in an area marked with the indelible pick-axe of history, and they just so happen to be in a spot made for wild swimmers.

Carlisle Contemporary Arts

An eclectic display of Carlisle’s talent, this gallery not only platforms its community but hosts regular events and constantly changing exhibitions.

Carlisle and Keswick
Music venue
Old Fire Station

A converted fire station in the City of Carlisle, this venue offers a variety of spaces for live performances, workshops, exhibitions and more.

Culture Guides

Music in Manchester and the North

From post punk legends to the leading lights of modern shoegaze, read about the most exciting artists playing in Manchester and the North this autumn.