Kendal is the southern gateway to the Lake District and lies in the valley of the River Kent surrounded by beautiful countryside and soft fruit orchards. The Lyth Valley is renowned for its orchards of Damsons, becoming snow white with beautiful blossom during the Spring. Carus Green Golf Club is located in Kendal and provides golf lovers with a challenging 18-hole parkland course and practice facility with a backdrop of stunning views. Along with luxury self-catering accommodation you’ll find an award-winning Clubhouse including Grill Restaurant and Lounge Bar, serving a varied menu throughout the day and evening. Dine indoors or al fresco on the balcony in the warmer months.
There is a combination of luxury apartments and townhouses available at Carus Green, all finished to an exceptionally high standard throughout. Bedrooms are comfortable and equipped with wall mounted TVs, perfect for relaxing after a day on the green. The properties boast bright open plan living areas, with fresh décor and large flat screen TVs with the addition of Sky TV packages, including Sports and Movies which is complemented by a Bose soundbar. The lounge areas lead through to fully-equipped quality kitchens, with modern Neff appliances and granite work surfaces, perfect for those wanting to cook and entertain within the property. Bathrooms and ensuites are fully tiled and each have modern fixtures and fittings you would come to expect in these spectacular properties. Each apartment and townhouse includes its own outdoor space, with patios and balconies, offering stunning views over the course and the Lakeland fells. Each property has their own off-road parking spaces and fast speed Wi-Fi is provided throughout.
Guests staying at Carus Green also have complimentary access to the Sanctuary Leisure Club at the nearby Riverside Hotel, including swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room. With the added extra of receiving half-price green fees for the duration of their stay, there’s no excuse for not having a round of golf.
Wander through the bustling streets of Kendal and explore the famous 18th century yards that once formed the network of this trade town. An array of spectacular pubs and restaurants are scattered within the Lyth Valley itself, serving delicious food prepared with locally sourced produce and local ales to suit.
Just a short drive from Kendal you can immerse yourself into the heritage of Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall, boasting stunning 17th century gardens, fine furniture and ornate plasterwork. Ascend Castle Hill to discover the ruins of Kendal Castle and the wonderful views over Kendal and the surrounding Lakeland fells.