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Tim Parkin

The Rheged is situated just to the North of Ullswater and there is a range of different accommodation locally.

Local places to stay are on the Rheged website. Other local accommodation can be found at Penrith Travelodge. The Travelodge at Penrith is close to the venue and offers great value for rooms.

A lot of the speakers at staying at The George Hotel in Penrith, where we have a deal for delegates for the conference. £85 single occupancy and £100 double occupancy for rooms for B&B.

The closest campervan spot we think is Waterfoot Park on Ullswater or Tymparon Hall slightly North West of the site and the nearest camping at various picturesque plots on the banks of Lake Ullswater

Charlotte Parkin

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