Fox’s Pulpit

Fox's Pulpit

Fox’s Pulpit:Quakerism first came to the Lake District in 1652 when George Fox visited the northwest of England.Mr Fox was a leading figure in

Howgills Fells Sedbergh

The Howgill Fells

Howgills Fells Sedbergh:The Howgill Fells are a beautiful range of hills in Sedbergh, Cumbria, England, located between the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the

Sedbergh

Sedbergh

Sedbergh:
Sedbergh is a small grey Cumbrian market town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Cautley Spout and Falls

Cautley Spout and Falls

Cautley Spout and Falls:

Set amongst the lonely Howgill Fells, near Sedbergh, Cautley Spout is one of the most spectacular places on the Cumbrian border

The Cross Keys Temperance Inn

The Cross Keys Temperance Inn

The Cross Keys Temperance Inn:

Take a step back in time and visit this wonderful 400-year-old National Trust Temperance inn situated at Cautley near Sedbergh

Brigflatts Friends Meeting House

Brigflatts Meeting House

Brigflatts Friends Meeting House of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), is in the hamlet of Brigflatts about a mile or so outside of Sedbergh.

Availability
June 3rd
(4 nights)

Telephone: 07785944194