Located in the foothills of the Lake District, views don’t come much more spectacular than those you’ll find at Jubilee House. Our centre in Cumbria boasts ten acres of grounds, and sits alongside the River Eamont, not far from the picturesque town of Penrith.

Contact details

Jubilee House
Eamont Bridge
CA10 2BN
Telephone: 01256 840020
Email: adminjubilee@firefighterscharity.org.uk


Jubilee House has a fully-equipped gym, including a state-of-the-art anti-gravity treadmill, a sports hall, specialist treatment areas, indoor swimming pool and hydrotherapy pool. Please note, use of these facilities is currently only available to those beneficiaries joining us for an activity-based stay. We are unable to offer use of facilities to people joining us for recuperation breaks or holidays.

It has a restaurant and lounge, as well as extensive grounds and countless walking and cycle routes nearby. Jubilee House is fully accessible, with assisted movement equipment for those requiring assistance by the nursing team with their mobility.


Our rooms all have en-suite facilities, as well as alarm clocks, WiFi, remote controlled television, tea and coffee making facilities and towels for use in the bathroom, but not the pool.

How to find us

By Car: From Kemplay Bank Roundabout on the A66 just outside Penrith take the exit signposted A6 South to Shap. In the first village, go through traffic lights over the bridge, you will come to the Beehive Pub on the left hand side of the road, you need to turn left immediately after the Beehive pub into Lowther Glen. Follow this road round and you will see Jubilee House. There is a car park available for any clients travelling by car. You will be asked for your car registration number for security purposes when you book in.

By Rail: The nearest train station is at Penrith. There is a taxi rank outside the train station and it is a short, five-minute drive to the centre.