I've stayed in many hotels over the years and there are this that seem to blurr into a type of muchness so that it become difficult to identify one from the other. The Pennington is just such a hotel. To rob a building of any local character in such a lovely part of the world seems criminal, and when it is located in such a special place as Ravenglass, doubly so. Having said that, the staff are friendly and efficient and the food was passable if not excepional. Why do hotels think that its cool to serve everything other than soup on a slate roof tile?
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