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Pennine Hotel is located in Kirkby Stephen and has a restaurant and a bar. Free WiFi is provided. The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Attentive and friendly staff members. Good selection of ales. Good restaurant menu. Very good and ample breakfast.
Located in Kirkby Stephen, 25 mi from Kirkby Lonsdale, Kings Arms - Kirkby Stephens features a restaurant and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a Full English/Irish or vegetarian breakfast. Staff were really friendly and could have a laugh, Would recommend as it cheap and cheerful
Located 1 mile from Kirkby Stephen on the edge of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales by the Cumbrian Mountains, The Black Bull at Nateby offers a bar, beer garden, tea room and a restaurant. Fantastic friendly service, we were not able to have breakfast as we left early, they made us sandwiches, crisps and a chocolate bar to take with us in the morning though. A great thing to do.
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. Breakfast was great and the host was very friendly and accommodating, with flexible arrival times and quick responses.
Set in Kirkby Stephen, 25 mi from Kirkby Lonsdale, Old Croft House offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. The Old Croft House is managed by a lovely, enthusiastic young couple who made us feel very welcome. The location is perfect, the breakfast delicious and the hosts were free with good walking advice. I see their Booking.com rating is only 9.9; they were robbed.
Between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, The Apartment of Antiquity in Kirkby Stephen offers appropriately stylish accommodations in Cumbria. This central apartment has free WiFi. Penny and Paul were great - fresh bread and home made jam as well as fresh eggs, milk and butter awaited. They are very knowledgeable about the area. The apartment was a nice switch from other places I stayed, The bed and fluffy pillows were comfortable and the walk-in shower was great. They had all the utensils needed, the stove worked well as did the microwave so I didn't have to eat out all the time. The décor made use of the history of the area, and it was fascinating just to look at all the items.
Set in Kirkby Stephen, Fletcher House has a shared lounge, garden and free WiFi throughout the property. All guest rooms at the guest house come with a seating area and a flat-screen TV. Everything was excellent. The hosts were friendly and extremely helpful. The decor was typically English with ornate ceilings and antique furniture. The bedrooms were tastefully decorated, wifh everything a traveller could want provided.
Kirkby Stephen is a lovely little town in the upper Eden Valley. It is an ideal base for anyone wishing to explore the northern Yorkshire Dales, upper Eden Valley and the upper Lune Valley in south-east Cumbria. The English Lake District and the North Pennines are also within an hour's drive of the town. Kirkby Stephen, despite being a small town, has just about every facility you need. There are shops, a bank (open on some days) and a library. There is also a garage where you can get petrol. It is an ideal place to stay.
There is a very wide selection of B and B's in Kirkby Stephen, the absolute best of them is Redmayne House but there is something to suit every pocket. There is plenty to do in and around Kirkby Stephen. Do not miss a ride on the most scenic line in the country and do not forget that you can get to many places along the line. The Tan Inn deserves a visit and do not forget your walking boots, The coast to coast passes through here and there are many great walks in the area. This is also a great place to visit the Lake district from, far enough out not to be overcrowded but near enough to visit every day if you wish.
Great selection of shops, cafes, pubs and takeaways, century Chinese was delicious! So many nice walks along river and old railway line, over some impressive viaducts. Great walk up to Nine standards. Good base for Yorkshire Dales and Lake District.
We were just breaking out holiday journey home so just chilling for a couple of days. We only did a short walk along the river though there are plenty of other walks if you wish. I am sure there are many thing of interest in the area but we were in switch off mode. This said Kirby Stephen is very pleasant. We found the Taggy Man pub to be very welcoming and we felt more like friends than customers. Paul & Martha Glasgow
Didn't have much time in Kirkby Stephen itself as I walked 11 miles to reach the King's Arms. Great scenery. Visited the visitor centre before leaving and that was interesting as there was some literature about Lady Anne's Way which is the, now waymarked long distance footpath that I'm walking; ending in Penrith. Had coffee in local cafe before leaving town.
Staying for a wedding and needed to collect the room key before we left. There shut until 4pm I think so had to ring several times until they answered and was told I'm lucky there not busy so otherwise they would make me wait until 4. After leaving I realised I left my headphones and went straight back to find the doors locked and nobody answering the phones. They rang me later that evening and messaged me asking if I had there key which I didn't have and if I could send it back, they also said they had my headphones and would send them back but never did.
The Old Croft House is managed by a lovely, enthusiastic young couple who made us feel very welcome. The location is perfect, the breakfast delicious and the hosts were free with good walking advice. I see their Booking.com rating is only 9.9; they were robbed.
Everything was excellent. The hosts were friendly and extremely helpful. The decor was typically English with ornate ceilings and antique furniture. The bedrooms were tastefully decorated, wifh everything a traveller could want provided.
Epic breakfasts,, friendly and accommodating staff.
Fantastic place to stay - welcoming, homey castle