Ullathorns

Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

Prop: Mrs. Pauline Bainbridge 015242–7621407800–990689pauline@ullathorns.co.uk

The Local Area

There is lots to do within a few miles of Ullathorns farm. There are quiet lanes for cycling, as well as many footpaths to explore along the Lune Valley and over the surrounding fells. There are golf and fishing clubs that welcome visitors. And of course, Ullathorns Farm is a great base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.

Walking, Cycling and Horse Riding

Explore the Howgill Fells near Sedbergh, or follow the Dales Way to Dent.

Climb one of the Three Peaks. A good place to start and finish is the Pen y Ghent Café at Horton in Ribblesdale.

See the Stonetrail Riding Centre between Sedbergh and Kirkby Stephen or the Holmescales Riding Centre, near Kendal.

For lots of ideas about walking and cycling in the western Dales, including maps, routes and cycle hire see the Sedbergh Gateway website. Alternatively call in at the Information Centre on Main Street, Sedbergh.

Golf and Fishing

Play a round at Sedbergh Golf Club or

Casterton Golf Club.

See Sedbergh Anglers about the Rivers Dee, Rawthey, Clough and Lune. Tickets from Premier Express, 73 Main Street, Sedbergh.

Exploring the Lakes and Dales

Explore the White Scar Cave, near Ingleton.

Visit Sizergh Castle or Levens Hall, both between Kendal and Milnthorpe.

Visit Coniston Water and the Old Man (pictured). Take the A590 to Greenodd and then head North to Coniston.There are launches and a steamer to take you around Coniston Water, and a chance to visit Brantwood, home of John Ruskin, or climb the Old Man of Coniston.

Shopping and Local Produce

Market days in:–
Hawes (Tuesday)
Sedbergh (Wednesday),
and Kirkby Lonsdale (Thursday).

Wensleydale Creamery, Hawes

Farfield Mill, near Sedbergh

More Tourist Information

The Sedbergh Gateway Website

The Sedbergh Website,

The Kirkby Lonsdale Website.

Weather

View a detailed, 5–day local weather forecast on the Met Office website.

"Lovely warm welcome. Very comfortable, and a delicious breakfast"
The Duncan family, Cheshire