Wainwright’s Yard is the ideal destination for shopping in Kendal. Look out for high street brands – Pizza Express, Crew Clothing, and Booths supermarket, as well as locally loved independents – Armstrong Ward, Lakeland Kitchens.
Finding us. Look for Wainwright’s Yard off the beaten track, namely Kendal’s main high street –Stricklandgate. The entrance is opposite the Market Place War Memorial, a bronze statue of a helmeted WW1 soldier. You can also arrive at the Booths supermarket entrance. In the yard, you will find brilliant places to shop, eat and drink; all in one place, and on two levels.
Getting here. Kendal has good train and bus links. The train station is about a 10-15 minute walk and the bus station is about 5-10 minute walk. You can also drive to Wainwright’s Yard and leave your car in the car park.
Car park. There is a pay and display car park, with disabled spaces, for over 140 cars on two levels. If you spend £5 in Booths, and keep the voucher part of your ticket, the first hour of your stay is refunded. Car electric charge points are available in the covered, lower ground car park.
Seating. There are four individual, back-to-back seats, which are also a popular spot for a take-away picnic from Booths.
Toilets. There are free toilets in Booths, next to the café, on the ground floor, and in Pizza Express for customers. There are also baby changing facilities in Booths.
Our shops, restaurant, cafés and bar list their opening hours on their pages so that you can easily plan your visit.