Howgills Cottages show cases accommodation such as self catering, b&b and hotels in some of the less visited parts of Cumbria. The Lune Valley, the Eden Valley, Kirkby Stephen, Ravenstonedale and the Howgills lie to the east of the M6. They are much less crowded than the Lake District especially in high summer. These hidden gems of eastern Cumbria are well worth a visit. Situated between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks the Eden Valley, the Howgills and Ravenstonedale are excellent places to find peace, tranquility and gentle rolling countryside amid a landscape of picturesque fells. Howgills Cottages lists hotels, self catering and bed and breakfast accommodation in quieter areas of Cumbria such as Orton, Ravenstonedale, Kirkby Stephen, Newbiggin-on-Lune, Haweswater, Mallerstang and Crosby Garrett.
Built only a few years ago, Oaklea has double and twin bedrooms and is equipped with modern appliances and comforts including central heating. Situated in the village of Ravenstonedale. Oaklea is available to let for weekly or short breaks. A modern bungalow, it is equipped with all modern appliances and comforts including central heating. There are 2 bedrooms, one double and one twin, a large lounge with dining area and a spacious fully fitted kitchen. There is ample parking available at the rear. Heating, bed linen and towels are included. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Haweswater Cottage offers self catering accommodation in a remote rural location near Haweswater in Cumbria. The cottage is situated on the outskirts of a traditional Cumbrian farm which is surrounded by miles and miles of lakeland fells on which guests are free to roam. This truly is a magical place for those that wish to walk or ride amid beautiful open Cumbrian landscape direct from the door of the cottage. If you love the outdoors and want to explore the less frequented fells to the east of Ullswater and High Street, direct from the cottage door, then Haweswater Cottage is for you. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
A well-equiped bungalow situated in the village of Ravenstonedale offering self-catering accommodation. Lies at the foot of the Howgills and within easy walking distance of all village amenities. Ample off-road parking. The Barn is an attractive semi-detached stone bungalow with rear garden and car park. It has two bedrooms, one with double bed, the other with twin beds. Newly renovated bathroom with shower over shower bath and shaver point. Large lounge with electric fire, colour TV, DVD player, broadband internet connection and telephone (incoming calls and emergency services only). Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
4 bedrooms. Just outside Kirkby Stephen on the banks of the River Eden on 100 acres of the owner’s land, around which visitors are free to roam. Comfortably furnished and maintained to a very high standard. An excellent base for walking the Eden Valley, the Pennine Hills and the beautiful Howgill Fells, it is also central for the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. Free fishing for one on the nearby River Eden is available in season with riding and a golf course close by. The cottage can sleep up to 6 people plus a cot. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Voted by readers of 'The Hidden Places' guide books as the best in the area. Featured in current guide book. Quote from guest book: "Seek out this special farmhouse and stay a while to savour the magical landscape." Stouphill Gate is a traditional old Cumbrian farmstead, and the holiday accommodation has been formed from the older parts of the property retaining much of the original character whilst benefiting from all of the modern conveniences. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Oak Cottage offers accommodation in two adjacent village cottages in the centre of Ravenstonedale Each cottage offers all the ambience and character expected from a period country cottage, with beamed ceilings, open fires and comfortable furnishings. There is an outside patio table and chairs and a shared rear garden with views across the countryside and garden furniture which is for the use of both cottages and off road parking. Pet friendly by arrangement. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
The Barn House offers friendly and comfortable bed and breakfast in Orton. Accommodates up to six people, in three large and comfortable rooms, all ensuite. We have a large lounge where you will be able to rest and compare notes with other guests. For walkers The Coast to Coast path, the route originally conceived by AW Wainwright, for cyclists the Walney to Wear route 20, the SusTrans national route 62, all pass by at the end of the drive. There is lots of parking space available for those of you arriving by car. For those arriving on your bikes, we have ample secure lock-up facilities. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Sleeps 4. Sandbed Cottage nestles at the foot of the slopes of Harter Fell, part of the spectacular Howgills, with stunning limestone pavements on the other side of the dale just a short way away. These little known hills and fells are a paradise for walkers, horse riders or mountain bikers, with easy access to open fell. Sandbed Cottage is ideal for a good strenuous walk or ride up breathtaking Wild Boar Fell or a gentler meander along a valley bottom where your only companions are likely to be free roaming fell ponies, sheep and pheasant. If you are lucky you may spot one of the area's wild deer or red squirrels. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Sleeps 4. Snowdrop Cottage enjoys a tranquil setting with views on all sides of beautiful rolling Cumbrian countryside including nearby Wild Boar Fell and the Howgills. The location of Snowdrop Cottage is truly peaceful. Snowdrop Cottage is an excellent base for walking, mountain biking, riding, fishing and exploration in the Eden Valley and surrounding areas. It is a quiet retreat that offers guests an opportunity to chill out and escape from the stresses of everyday life. Guests are assured of a warm welcome as are their dogs with the local fells accessed from the doorstep with no need to drive. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Sleeps 2. Crosby Garrett. The Fold is a recent barn conversion in the picturesque village of Crosby Garrett, near Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria. Built on 2 floors it offers spacious accommodation for two. An open lounge with a wood burning stove ensures a warm and cosy environment. The Fold enjoys a tranquil location with immediate access to many walks in the surrounding area. It is central for visiting the Eden Valley, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Lake District National Park and the North Pennines. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
High Sprintgill Cottages are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty near the Eden Valley in Cumbria. With open views to the fells and enjoying a secluded position amid stunning Cumbrian countryside High Sprintgill Cottage sleeps 6 with a cot to accommodate a further child. High Sprintgill is pet friendly. Enjoying a superb rural situation surrounded by wonderful countryside Sally End Cottage sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms with a cot to accommodate an additional child. Sally End Cottage is pet friendly. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Sleeps 2-4+. Sycamore Tree Farm is an 18th century farmhouse perched high on the Mallerstang fell side with magnificent views over the Eden Valley. The famous Settle-Carlisle railway runs through Mallerstang higher up the fell. The cottage is at the end of a private road that winds through a working farm up towards the fells - an escape from the stresses of everyday life. It's a walkers paradise with immediate access to Wild Boar and the fells. The cottage looks onto the grandeur of High Seat and the famous Howgills are only minutes away. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
Tarn Outdoor Centre consists of two group accommodation centres, each providing excellent amenities for groups in rural Cumbria, Tarn Centre and Rawthey Centre. Both the Tarn Centre and the Rawthey Centre are unique and superb barn conversions in a traditional Cumbrian hill farm setting. Spectacular views over the Uldale Valley, Cautley Spout, Wild Boar fell and the Howgills make both Centres idyllic bases for short breaks and holidays. The Centres are great venues for parties, celebrations, friends and family get-togethers. Howgills Cottages. Self catering.
The King's Head, Ravenstonedale, is everything a good pub should be: warm, friendly and welcoming both to the local community and to visitors alike. The King's Head is a place to relax and unwind over a drink or to enjoy a meal, freshly prepared from locally sourced produce. There is much to enjoy nearby including the upper Eden Valley, the Howgill Fells and beautiful rolling Cumbrian countryside. 6 en–suite bedrooms offer an ideal base for an overnight stay or an extended break. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and flat screen TV. Howgills Cottages. Hotels.
The Fat Lamb Country Inn lies on the crossroads of Ravenstonedale, Sedbergh and Kirkby Stephen, offering high quality bed and breakfast accommodation and good food midway between the Lakes and Dales. A traditional 17th century inn offering a friendly, relaxed and informal escape from the pressures of modern life. Magnificent uninterrupted views in all directions and our own eleven acre private nature reserve to the rear. The scenery all around the Fat Lamb is fantastic and varied. The Dales on one side and the Howgills on the other make this an excellent base for countryside lovers and walkers (both serious hikers and those just out for a gentle ramble). Howgills Cottages. Hotels.
A traditional lakeland hotel with a homely atmosphere offering a restaurant with a high standard of cuisine and bars serving traditional ales and a fine selection of wines. Located in Ravenstonedale. The hotel is ideally located to enjoy local walks, relax in our lovely riverside garden, with resident red squirrels, play the nearby 9-hole Riverside golf course (loan clubs available) or enjoy a game of tennis on the village court (rackets available). Free wireless broadband is also available in the bars and lounge. Howgills Cottages. Hotels.
Offers a very high standard of b&b accommodation in the village of Ravenstonedale, Cumbria, within easy walking distance of the Howgill fells and the Ravenstonedale village pubs. Westview has 3 double rooms, all with en-suite or private bathroom. All rooms overlook the village green in Ravenstonedale. In addition to our bedrooms guests have use of a conservatory that looks out across rolling Cumbrian countryside towards Wild Boar Fell. Westview lies at the foot of the Howgill Fells which offer a wealth of walking opportunities. Guests can walk out of our front door straight on to the fells. The village pubs, with restaurant and bar meals, are within easy walking distance. Howgills Cottages. Bed and breakfast.
Tranna Hill enjoys an enviable rural location on the fringe of the village of Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria. We are literally at the foot of the Howgill fells. Many of our guests enjoy an overnight stay while on the popular coast-to-coast walk or on the Dales High Way. Others break their journey on their way to Scotland. Cumbria accommodation. We have been welcoming guests to Tranna Hill for the past 20 years and our aim is to ensure that you have an enjoyable and relaxing stay with us. Tranna Hill overs a high standard of accommodation awarded 4 stars from the AA and an AA breakfast award. Howgills Cottages. Bed and breakfast.
Sleeps 3. Lytheside Cottage is normally run on a bed and breakfast basis but is also available for weekend breaks or longer on a self catering basis. Situated in a region of outstanding natural beauty near the village of Ravenstonedale in Cumbria, Lytheside Cottage offers traditional farmhouse cottage accommodation amid stunning Cumbrian fells. The walking from Lytheside Cottage is stunning. The cottage lies between the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District National Park. Cumbria accommodation. It is also perfectly placed for a stop en route to Scotland. Howgills Cottages. Bed and breakfast.t.
Brownber Hall is a magnificent country house of unique character built around 1860. Set amid beautiful rolling countryside near the village of Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria it is well away from the nearest main road and guests are assured of a warm welcome and a peaceful and relaxing stay. Brownber Hall Country House stands in extensive mature gardens and enjoys panoramic views across open farmland to the Howgill fells and North Pennines. Guests can enjoy these views while relaxing on the terrace which extends across the front of the hall. Brownber Hall Country House is now licensed to sell alcohol. Howgills Cottages. Bed and breakfast.
Voted by readers of 'The Hidden Places' guide books as the best B&B in the area. Featured in their current guide book. Quote from guest book: "Seek out this special farmhouse and stay a while to savour the magical landscape." Stouphill Gate is a traditional old Cumbrian farmstead, and the holiday accommodation has been formed from the older parts of the property retaining much of the original character whilst benefiting from all of the modern conveniences. Howgills Cottages. Bed and breakfast.