Staying in our Courtyard Flat is extra special…because your stay will be directly supporting the Quaker Tapestry Museum.

When you holiday with us, all the money we make helps preserve the community embroidery, share the stories, history and stitches for all to enjoy. So whether you are planning to walk on the fells, take a boat trip on the lakes or indulge in a cream tea you will be part of the ongoing preservation and exhibition of the Quaker Tapestry.

Nestled in the heart of Kendal you will find our charming Courtyard Flat which comfortably accommodates three people…

The open-plan living area and the light and airy décor contrasts with the traditional stone building. Free onsite parking and close to public transport links and it is just a five minute walk from a supermarket. The Courtyard Flat is located above our on site Café, serving delicious lunches, cakes and coffees – ideal for popping down stairs if you don’t want to cook!

The Courtyard Flat has its own entrance through a small private patio garden…

Once inside the flat, you will climb the carpeted stairs to the first floor flat. An open-plan lounge, kitchen, diner offers space for relaxing, cooking and eating together (WiFi, TV and a Digital Radio) There are two separate bedrooms – one large twin-room and a generously sized single room. Both rooms have dressing tables and chairs, hair dryers and hanging space with coat hangers. The bathroom has a bath with shower, mirror with light and toothbrush/shaver charger, heated towel rail, toilet and sink with cupboard.

The Courtyard Flat is within the grounds of Kendal’s historic Meeting House, a Georgian grade II* listed building, which is home to the Quaker Tapestry Museum…

With your own lockable front door, you will have full access to all areas of your self-contained flat – the whole flat is all yours during your stay.

If travelling by car, you will have your own parking space just outside the flat for the duration of your stay. 

Book your stay now, and start planning your trip to Kendal and The Lakes

Courtyard Flat at Quaker Tapestry Museum