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Blackpool Airport Taxi Service is provided by Onward Travel Solutions Ltd. We offer a transfer service from Kendal to any U.K Airport, whether you need a car, people carrier, executive car, executive people carrier, minibus or indeed a coach Onward Travel Solutions Ltd are here to help. If you are traveling to or from Blackpool Airport please select the type of journey required from the drop down and you will be able to extract an instant quote. If you are traveling to a different airport please click Reset and select the correct airport from the drop down. All our bookings are pre booked and pre paid for so you can rest assured we will be there to meet you or take you to your destination.

Blackpool Airport is 55 miles south-west of Kendal and can be accessed via the M6 and the M55. This journey in normal traffic conditions should take approximately 1 hour and 5 minutes. If you are traveling to the airport please leave a longer amount of time in case you encounter any traffic congestion.

An overview of Kendal

Kendal is a market town within the south Lakeland district of Cumbria. Situated on the river Kent, surrounded by low hills Kendal is 39 miles south of Carlisle. Most of the buildings in Kendal are made from local grey limestone this has given Kendal the nick name of the Auld grey town.

According to the census taken in 2001 Kendal has a population of 27,521 residents making it the third largest settlement in Cumbria.

Kendal is historically known as part of Westmorland and is renowned for the famous Kendal Mint Cake and as a producer of Pipe tobacco and tobacco snuff.


Listed in the Domesday Book as part of Yorkshire for many centuries Kendal was named Kirkbie Kendal. The centre of Kendal is structured surrounding a high street; the high street has alleyways leading off either side. During the Anglo-Saxon Raids citizens used to seek shelter in these alley ways, the raiders were called “Border reivers”. The main industry during this time was the manufacturing of woollen goods this is reflected in their coat of arms.

The municipal borough of Kendal was created in 1835. The borough boundaries were altered in 1935 by gaining a small part of South Westmorland Rural District under a County Review Order. Kendal was the administrative county of Westmorland from 1888-1974. Then in 1974 the borough of Kendal was abolished and Kendal became part of the south Lakeland district.

Today Kendal is known largely as a centre for tourism as it is near to the Lake District national park.


Stone Cross Manor

Milnthorpe Rd, Kendal, LA9 5HP

Tel: 01539 733559

Castle Green

Castle Green La, Kendal, LA9 6RG

Tel: 01539 734000

Highgate Hotel

128 Highgate, Kendal, LA9 4HE

Tel: 01539 724229

The Headlands

53 Milnthorpe Rd, Kendal, LA9 5QG

Tel: 01539 732464

Heaves Hotel

Heaves, Kendal, LA8 8EF

Tel: 015395 60396

Damson Dene

Crosthwaite, Kendal, LA8 8JE

Tel: 015395 68676

Riverside Hotel

Beezon Rd, Kendal, LA9 6EL

Tel: 01539 734861

Premier Travel Inn

M6, Killington, Kendal, LA8 0NW

Tel: 0870-197 7145

County Hotel

Station Rd, Kendal, LA9 6BT

Tel: 01539 722461

Beech House Hotel

40 Greenside, Kendal, LA9 4LD

Tel: 01539 720385

Gilpin Bridge Inn

Levens, Kendal, LA8 8EP

Tel: 015395 52206

Gateway Inn

Crook Rd, Kendal, LA8 8LX

Tel: 01539 724187