Travelodge (Penrith) Reviews
Description:Address: A66 Redhills / Penrith / Cumbria / CA11 0DT
Newest Review: ... the A66 just off junction 40 of the M6, set slightly back from the road, but there is a large sign so you can't reall miss it. If you do you have to go to the next roundabout, go all the way round that and back to the motorway roundabout and go all the way round that as well as the A66 at that point is a dual carriage way with no crossing point. It's about 2 miles outside Penrith. Check in ... more
Customer Travelodge (Penrith) Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/10/13, updated on 05/10/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
We'd already booked a holiday up near Penrith, but decided that we'd like an extra day up there to go and explore a bit more of the Lake District before we met up with our friends for our main holiday. So I was looking round the internet for a cheap hotel for the night. I came across the Travelodge Penrith which for us was ideally situated just a few miles from where we needed to be and at only £49 for the night, seemed a reasonable price to pay. The booking process was very straight forward I simply typed in the date I wanted to stay, the number of people, the number of rooms I wanted on the Travelodge website and it came up with a list of hotels in the area ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Is there anything as grim as a Travelodge? No, seriously: even a tacky seaside boarding house has its own dated personality. Each time over the last few years that I've stayed in a Travelodge I've promised myself that it will be last and each time I go back. It's not that I've had a bad experience; on the contrary, I've always found Travelodge to provide exactly what I need for a low cost overnight stay. However, these days I find their no frills style a little too austere and want something that is a little more human. Penrith's Travelodge is situated no more than two miles outside the town centre, on the busy A66; it's popular with people visiting the Lake ... Read the complete review
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