6. 1 family suite with private entrance.
Sitting room (wood-burning stove, honesty bar), dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 1/³-acre garden, parking.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B £160–£240.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In open farmland in the Yorkshire Dales national park, Graham and Fiona Lappin’s luxurious B&B in a massively restored cattle barn is a haven for walkers and devotees of a good cuppa. Arrive to an afternoon feast of sandwiches, scones, pastries and cakes, plus a choice of 12 types of tea. Spacious, thoughtfully equipped bedrooms feature original stone walls and oak beams; warm colours and block-print fabrics (inspired by the years the owners spent in India and Southeast Asia) add personality. Wake to a leisurely breakfast, taken at a communal table or in the garden, at a time of your choosing. There’s freshly ground coffee, home-baked bread, seasonal juices, and a Cumbrian Fell special of wild boar bacon, venison sausages and freshly laid eggs. The Dales Way footpath is a field away. 2 miles W of Sedbergh.