6, 1 family suite with private entrance.
bar, sitting room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 1/3 -acre garden, parking.
in public areas at meal times.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 1 suite.
per room single £140–£220, double £160–£240.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Surrounded by walking country, Graham and Fiona Lappin’s B&B at the foot of the Howgill fells in the far western Dales is a welcome sight for hikers and tea connoisseurs. Home-baked treats, plus a choice of 12 different teas, welcome arriving guests. The restored 18th-century cattle barn now houses chic, spacious accommodation with original stone walls and oak beams; warm colours and block-print fabrics reflect the owners’ time spent in India and southeast Asia – as does the freshly made lassi at breakfast. Taken at a communal table or in the garden (at a time to suit), it also offers home-baked bread, seasonal juices and local specials, perhaps wild boar bacon or venison sausages. Simple suppers may be pre-booked.