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Bed and Breakfast in Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria

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Nateby Inn

In Kirkby Stephen
£27.00 - £45.00 (per person per night)

Located 1 mile from Kirkby Stephen on the edge of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales by the Cumbrian Mountains, Nateby Inn offers a bar, beer garden, tea room and a restaurant. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are provided. Each guest room comes with an en suite bathroom with free ... more


Augill Castle

In Kirkby Stephen
£80.00 - £100.00 (per person per night)

Located just 30 minutes from Barnard Castle and Penrith, Augill Castle in Cumbria offers a selection of luxurious rooms. There is free WiFi and parking, and an on-site bar. Dinner can be pre-booked for Fridays and Saturdays and consists of a single fixed menu. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities ... more


Brownber Hall

In Kirkby Stephen
£33.00 - £90.00 (per person per night)

Brownber Hall Country House is set in open farmland, with panoramic views across The Howgill Fells and North Pennines. Wi-Fi is free in public areas. Most rooms are have their own bathroom with a shower, while one single room has a shared bathroom. Many rooms also come with a view of ... more


The Fat Lamb Country Inn and Nature Reserve

In Kirkby Stephen
£47.50 - £69.50 (per person per night)

Situated between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, The Fat Lamb Country Inn and Nature Reserve boasts a fine dining restaurant. It is dog friendly and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas. Featuring beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, the rooms offer a TV and tea and coffee making ... more


The Inn at Brough

In Kirkby Stephen
£35.00 - £85.00 (per person per night)

This 18th-century coaching inn is located in the historic market town of Brough, Westmorland, close the Yorkshire Dales National Park and within easy reach of the Lakes. The Inn at Brough with excellent food enjoys the quiet seclusion and charm of a traditional Westmorland village, with magnificent views of the Norman ... more


Tranna Hill

In Kirkby Stephen
£32.00 - £50.00 (per person per night)

On the edge of the Cumbrian village Newbiggin-on-Lune, the pretty Tranna Hill bed and breakfast lies between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. Just 10 minutes’ drive from Kirkby Stephen, it provides free parking and WiFi and award-winning breakfasts. Each guest room at Tranna Hill includes a flat-screen TV, radio ... more


The Black Swan

In Kirkby Stephen
£47.50 - £102.50 (per person per night)

Situated in the village of Ravenstonedale, this hotel has a riverside garden where you can often see red squirrels roaming. Rooms at The Black Swan are elegant in design, with traditional wooden furnishings. Each has its own bathroom, a flat-screen TV and facilities for making tea and coffee. Some have charming ... more


Swanson House

In Kirkby Stephen
£45.00 - £70.00 (per person per night)

Swanson House is located in the Cumbrian market town of Brough. This luxury bed and breakfast has a restaurant and free Wi-Fi. During your stay, you can enjoy free coffee, tea and biscuits and a freshly baked cake on arrival, served in the pantry. The attractive rooms at Swanson House have ... more


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