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Sedbergh Accommodation

Situated in the heart of the western Yorkshire Dales is the delightful market town of Sedburgh. It is known as England’s Book Town due its number of independent and varied book stores. It is also close to the eastern fells of the Lake District National Park. A weekly market is still held each Wednesday which dates back as far as the 13th century and is a focus for the local community. The town is dwarfed by the magnificent fells of the Howgills and provides a great place for walkers to explore the surrounding countryside. Those familiar with Alfred Wainwright’s walking guides of the area will be pleased to find there are several of his routes close by. There are several horse riding and pony trekking centres in the area including the Holmescales Riding Centre at Old Hutton. Cyclists can head for Stonetrail Mountain Bikes where bikes can be hired by the day. It is a great spot for fishing as the local angling association owns, leases or rents 15 miles of the River Lune, permits are available from the Premier express store in the town. Farfield Mill is just a mile down the road and is home to many craft makers and artists displaying their products over three floors. Also well worth a visit for the day is the Lake District market town of Kendal and just a few miles further is the beautiful Lake Windermere where boat trips are available. Explore the nearby Dales town of Hawes with its Dales Countryside Museum, Rope Works and Cheese Factory.

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Howgill, Sedbergh, North Dales

Set on a working beef and sheep farm, with views of the Howgill fells, Drawell Cottage and Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable B&B accommodation plus a self catering cottage, and is an...

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