visit kirkby lonsdale
places to visit
This 18thC coaching inn, situated in the picturesque village of Burrow was fully renovated in 2007 and has become an award-winning destination food pub. A wonderfully relaxing environment, craggy stone floors and warm solid wood furniture.
Outdoor clothing, footwear and accessories, selected for performance and value for money. Sprayway, Karrimor, Joules, Weird Fish, Life is Good and Keen.
The town, which sits above the River Lune, which boasts good salmon and trout fishing, is a tourist
destination in its own right, but also serves as a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.
One of the smallest ‘towns’ in Cumbria, Kirkby Lonsdale enjoys a natural, unspoiled, rural environment which
includes attractive byways and bridleways, along with footpaths and rights of way for those who favour
Devil’s Bridge, which spans the Lune on the outskirts of the town, has its origins shrouded in mystery. It
cannot be accurately dated, but is said to have been built by the Devil in exchange for the first soul to cross
the bridge. His demand was thwarted when a dog was the first to use the bridge.
The history of the town is hinted at in street names such as Jingling Lane and Salt Pie Lane. Its houses
range from the most modern of the 21st Century back to the 18th Century’s elegant, spacious homes and
smaller stone cottages.
kirkby lonsdale hotels, b&bs and self catering
Restaurant with Rooms with 11 rooms, £45-£140 pppnb, Kirkby Lonsdale
A warm hearted 17thC inn set in the heart of the beautiful market town of Kirkby Lonsdale overlooking St Mary's church. You can walk within minutes to Devils Bridge, Ruskins View and the Lune Valley.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £300-£575 pupw sleeps 5, Kirkby Lonsdale
This 4 star self catering cottage is situated in the heart of the historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, sleeping 5, with a private sunny courtyard garden and parking space.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £525-£1750 pupw sleeps 11, Kirkby Lonsdale
Knott View Barn is located in a small hamlet at the foot of Farleton Fell. Excellent views with easy access to the Lakes and Yorkshire Dales. A large converted barn over 3 levels.
Touring Park with 6 pitches, £18-£20 ptpn, Milnthorpe
Quiet caravan site in rural location within 1 mile of Jct 36 M6.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £300-£465 pupw sleeps 4-5, Kendal
Five acres, including trout fishery, open views of Lakeland hills. All on one level, lounge, garden room, 1 double and 1 twin bedroom, bath and shower, toilet, fully-fitted kitchen, all bed linen provided.
Individual Caravan with 2 units, £275-£375 pupw sleeps 4, Kendal
Wych Elm stands in about 5 acres and includes a trout fishery. Each caravan stands on a spacious pitch, with decking, in elevated positions with panoramic views across to the Lakeland hills. Shop, pub and post office, walking distance.