Penrith Map

Penrith map, detailed street map of Penrith, a town in the Eden Valley in Cumbria.

Detailed Street Map of Penrith Cumbria

Penrith Map: Above is a map of Penrith, a charming market town situated in the Eden Valley close to the north-eastern edge of the Lake District in Cumbria.

Use the zoom (+) button to get a detailed street map of Penrith town centre and find locations, streets and destinations in the town of Penrith.

Penrith Cumbria: Lying just outside of the Lake District National Park, Penrith is still a good base for touring the Lake District as it has all the facilities you would need for a pleasant stay in the area. Penrith is a largish town (for the region) and has a population of about 14,700, it was formerly part of the historic county of Cumberland.

On this Penrith map you can clearly see Penrith (North Lakes) Railway Station, Penrith RUFC, Roundthorn and Redhill, you can also see the A6 as it passes through the town, plus the other access roads, the M6, and the A66. You can also see the River Eamont as it passes south of the town.

Penrith Attractions: While you may be planning to head into the Lake District whilst staying in Penrith, there are several places of interest you can visit in the town itself such as the ruined Penrith Castle, the 18th century St Andrew's Church, Mayburgh Henge (an ancient henge site), the ruined Brougham Castle, and Beacon Hill (formerly known as Penrith Fell).

Penrith Access and Driving Distances: Penrith is very easy to access, being reaches via the M6, the A6 (running through the town) or the A66. Penrith is roughly midway between Carlisle and Kendal and it is a driving distance of 19 miles from Keswick, 22 miles from Carlisle, 28 miles from Kendal, 102 miles from Manchester, and 290 miles from London.

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