Within 10 Miles

Within 10 Miles of Kirkby Stephen

Stouphill Gate

Gillian and Martin Wainhouse ensure a warm and friendly welcome and a memorable stay for all their guests at Stouphill Gate.  In a glorious setting with spectacular views situated in open countryside near the charming conservation village of Ravenstonedale, described by the noted A Wainwright as one of Westmorland's loveliest villages, the traditional Cumbrian farmhouse offers easy access to the Howgill Fells and the National Parks of the Lakes & Dales, and is only a few miles away from the market town of Kirkby Stephen. 

Tebay Services Hotel

With its deep pitched roof reminiscent of mountain architecture, the Tebay Services Hotel is just five minutes from the services. For over 30 years it has been welcoming weary travellers with open log fires, real ale and a restaurant that serves home-cooked food with wide, sweeping views over the surrounding fells. A mix of earthy materials, hand crafted furniture, local artwork and Harris Tweed fabrics create both an inviting and informal feel to our restaurant, add to this, stunning floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Cumbrian fells and a menu which features locally sourced dishes including beef and lamb from our own family farm.

The Fat Lamb

The Fat Lamb is a typical Cumbrian country inn set in magnificent open countryside mid-way between the Lake district and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Handy for accessing both of these popular areas, yet far enough away to avoid the crowds and offer real peace and quiet, it provides an excellent base for walking and touring into England's beautiful North Country.
Traditionally run and under the same ownership since the late seventies, we pride ourselves on the number of return bookings we receive.

Tranna Hill

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Tranna Hill (AA 4 stars with Breakfast award) which is situated on the edge of the small village of Newbiggin on Lune with fantastic uninterrupted views of the Howgill Fells.

An ideal base set amidst wonderful scenery in a relatively undiscovered area for walking the Nature Reserve, valleys and fells, for touring the Lakes, Dales and Eden Valley or for fishing and golfing.

Being only 5 miles from M6 (J38) we are an excellent stop over to or from Scotland. We are also a popular stop over for walkers on the Coast to Coast walk and the Dales High Way.