Learn and Train in Kendal

River Kent and The Riverside HotelKendal is a Market Town situated in the Lake District, one of the most beautiful parts of the country.  The town is surrounded by breath-taking landscapes and its distinctive blend of historical buildings, culture and unique shops make it a very popular destination for visitors.

In and around Kendal you’ll find an interesting array of tourist attractions including two castles, award-winning museums and leisure and arts facilities. The town has a thriving retail sector and an excellent selection of places to eat and drink.  In addition to the shopping arcades and well-known restaurants, ambling through the cobbled streets will treat visitors to a delightful assortment of specialist, independent shops, bistros, cafes and bars.

Kendal provides a gateway to countless walks and rambles, both gentle and demanding, where visitors are treated to some of the most stunning scenery the country has to offer.

Taste the Freedom of The Lake District

Lonsleddale

Kendal’s situation within the Lake District makes it truly unique as training location.  We believe that the slower pace in comparison to city life provides the ideal environment for the type of training we deliver.  Escaping from the pressures of daily existence allows people to focus their minds more easily on the task in hand and apply the learning in non-pressurised, liberated surroundings. 

As active people who enjoy the best of the local area we can recommend mountain instructors and guides, yoga teachers, zumba classes, spa's, masseurs and walks, climbs and cycle routes suitable for an evening or a full day expedition.

If you are looking to “get away from it all”, visit somewhere special, enjoy your training in a relaxing and peaceful environment and add something more to your learning experience then training with Sugar NLP in Kendal is for you.   

Getting Here

Kendal is easily accessible by car and public transport links.  The town is fed by the A65 from North Yorkshire from the South-East, the A590 from Barrow and Ulverston from the South, the A684 from Sedbergh to the East and the A685 from Appleby in the North East.   The town is located 6 miles from the M6 motorway providing easy access to those travelling from both the South of England and Scotland. Railway passengers can alight in Kendal from the Kendal to Windermere service, and can travel to the town from further afield by the West Coast main line (London Euston to Glasgow), getting off at Oxenholme, about two miles outside of the town.

Next Steps

Discover your options for visiting and staying whilst you train with us. Many people combine their training with the opportunity for a few days break with their friends or family to make the most of the local area.