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Accommodation Details Fletcher House
Fletcher Hill, Market Street., Kirkby Stephen CumbriaCA17 4QQ
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Fletcher House in Kirkby Stephen on The Coast to Coast Path
 
This is a lovely Georgian home that is a privilege to stay in. I feel for the owners with so many stairs to manage but they do it with grace and dignity. Great location and everything was extremely comfortable. Wonderful to have a common room that was equipped with great local reading material.
Bethany McDonald, left on 07 October 2018
 
 
This is a lovely large house-with a great bathroom
Amazing attention to detail
We had a fantastic breakfast
This was one of our best stays
Diane sparks, left on 14 August 2017
 
 
We'd been seeking inns for our route, but were won over by the B&B's we found ourselves staying in. This was the best we experienced on our walk. Very good facilities and hospitality. Lots of restaurants in Kirkby Stephen, but advisable to book ahead, we struggled to find space on a Friday night.
Richard Hovey, left on 17 July 2017
 
 
Excellent stay June 2016. Very large room! Gillian was a very gracious hostess. The breakfast room was very nice with an impressive self-serve drink bar. Located right in the middle of town.
Maria Hancock, left on 18 July 2016
 
 
superb accommodation, lovely welcome with cakes, fabulous bath and a gorgeous house. nothing is too much trouble.
debbie mills, left on 22 June 2016
 
 
So glad I stayed here! Two nights for a rest day on the Coast-to-Coast. Room and facilities clean, neat, tidy and comfortable. And that bath! Just wonderful! Owners very friendly and helpful. Right in the centre of town. Highly recommended.
Emily, left on 15 January 2016
 
 
One of the nicest of our 19 abodes. Most elegant. Nice common room on the first floor to share a bottle of wine with larger parties. Scones in the room. Variety of Coffees. Very large shower and luxurious room for baths with every possible bath salt and lotion.
Norm & Bonnie Kern, left on 29 October 2015
 
 
This was our second stay with Jill and Steve in their beautiful Georgian House while on our second C2C crossing and we were not disappointed. Tea and cake were offered on our arrival. Tea, coffee, juice and bottled water were left in the dining room to help ourselves any time day and night. Our large bedroom offered plenty of spreading space. Although it faced the street, we were not disturbed by noise apart from the occasional horse clip-clopping up the street. (It was Appleby Horse Fair weekend) The spotless en-suite facilities were more than adequate. A relaxing guest lounge is available and a computer is available to access the internet. Kirkby Stephens has many eating places but in keeping with the theme, we choose to have fish and chips from the Coast to Coast chip shop, suffice to say that it left a lot to be desired and unless you like greasy soggy chips and overcooked fish fried in dirty fat save your appetite for Jillís breakfast. Breakfast again was generous with a self-serve cereal juice and fruit selection. I cannot comment on the cooked version but I have no doubt it would be delicious. Recommended. Stayed 6th June 2015
Peter and Ann Mower, left on 06 July 2015
 
 
I stayed one night mid September during my solo C2C walk. Fletcher House is a grand building with elegant rooms. It is centrally placed on the main street close to all the town has on offer including a handy launderette. My large twin room had a comfortable bed and my room even had a mini chandelier. The en-suite was fine and breakfast ample with plenty of choice. Various additional facilities are available at Fletcher House but I spent too long looking round the town and at the launderette to sample them!
Steve., left on 01 December 2014
 
 
Love this B&B! This place is just plain fabulous!. Whether walking the C2C (done 5 times) or just over to the UK for other reasons, always look forward to staying at Fletcher House. Have stayed here numerous times and never disappointed. There has never been an instance in all the years we have stayed here that Gill can not provide whatever it is we have need for. Just Superior hosts and wonderful accommodation.
Hal and Barb, left on 29 April 2013
 
 
Fletcher House is a very spacious and elegant Georgian B&B, and Steve and Gillian are very accommodating hosts. From the spacious rooms, the aforementioned bath with a choice of 130 oils, bubbles and soaps ( I kid you not), to the selection of beverages available in the dining room, this place reeks of attention to detail, the like of which you don't expect at this price point. Well done S&G. We enjoyed the Indian for dinner, and then I spent 10 mins looking at the diamond jubilee beacon on the 8th Standard -time which I will never get back. Could almost make it out at 8 magnification. Breakfast was also excellent. All in all a great stop- highly recommended. 9/10. And if you like sodding expensive furniture, check out Haughey Antiques! Sadly we leave the C2C here.
Richard and Mary Anne Wilford, Sydney, Australia, left on 30 July 2012
 
 
Spacious Georgian house with beautiful gardens directly on C2C route. Lovely bathroom and roll top bath for a good soak - look out for the foot spa!. Good variety of drinks available to 'help yourself to' at any time in the dining room. A lovely elegant B & B.
Stayed 3rd July
Sheila, Liz Trisha & Anne Marie, left on 12 July 2012
 
 
This is a lovely b&b in the midle of kirby Stephen, the hosts made us very welcome even though we were like drowned rats.Room had en suite shower, also lovely separate scroll top bath for our use with all the bath oils you could imagine, breakfast was good, excellent Indian restaurant in town. Worth a stay.
Jayne and dave, left on 08 July 2012
 
 
A lovely comfortable place to stay with a warm welcome.
John and Sue, left on 03 May 2012
 
 
A warm welcome at a wonderful house in the centre of Kirkby Stephen. Despite having our own ensuite facilities, we were offered the use of a bathroom with an enormous roll top bath - what luxury! Good breakfast. Tea, coffee and other refreshments, available at all times.
Jill, left on 04 February 2012
 
 
Without doubt, the best accommodation en-route. Everything perfect. Great room, bath, TV, internet, breakfast and wonderful service and friendliness from proprietors.
Ed Moody, left on 08 November 2011
 
 
Absolutely lovely Georgian home in a great location near the center of the town. We had a huge beautifully appointed room; the common spaces were also spacious and pleasant. There is a fancy coffee machine that you can use to make all kinds of tea and coffees whenever you wish and there is a plentiful supply of cake to go with it. Above all, the hosts are very kind and very helpful. We actually limped in the early afternoon after getting a ride from Orton after injury cut short the day. We were welcomed in and Gillian phoned the health center and got Karen an appointment for an hour later. The next day she and Steve kept her company until the Sherpa Van arrived to transport her with the luggage to Keld. We could not recommend this place too highly.
Michael & Karen Silverberg., left on 15 October 2011
 
 
Made to feel very welcome and one of the best we stayed at. Fletcher House is a lovely renovated old house. Tea and cake on arrival - coffee machine to help yourself at anytime. Boots were dry the next morning!
Sue & Keith Sept 2011, left on 22 September 2011
 
 
Really lovely Georgian house with a fab bathroom as well as an en-suite shower! Breakfast excellent and owners very friendly. Thoroughly recommended.
Theresa Hummel, left on 13 September 2011
 
 
Fletcher House is brilliant, especially the rolltop bath that all the guests can make use of. There are bottles and bottles of bubblebath to choose from and after the long walk from Shap its most welcome. It is situated in the middle of Kirkby stephen with easy access to everything you need. We had decided to have a rest day so we had the pleasure of staying here for two nights. There was a great Lounge you could relax in and unlimted access to Tea, coffee and Hot chocolate. The rooms were spacious and comfortable. I cant recommend this place enough.
Steph Bett , left on 09 September 2011
 
 
Very warm welcome which reflected the entire stay in this beautiful B&B.
Jim Hill, left on 10 August 2011
 
 
Fletcher house was a welcome sight after a rain soaked afternoon. Our clothes and boots were dried. We had tea and some yummy cakes in the lounge. The room was comfortable and had an ensuite bathroom with shower however there was a also a seperate bathroom for all the guests with a lovely roll top bath. There was a generous supply of bath gel etc and I ended up having a lovely Radox bath, just what the weary legs needed. Breakfast was also really enjoyable so all in all a great stay. I have no hesitation in recommending Fletcher House.
Elaine Langridge, left on 21 July 2011
 
 
Great place to stay. We were warmly welcomed, our room was great and the breakfast was superb. There's a nice lounge to use and tea/coffee etc and home made cake always available.
Steve and Sue, left on 04 July 2011
 
 
We stayed in the self-contained flat just round the corner from the main Fletcher House. This was very clean and comfortable and a chance to get some clothes washed and dried.

Food left for a continental style breakfast plus eggs/yoghurts which suited us just fine. A good place to stay.
Mal & Elly, left on 01 July 2011
 
 
stayed here in may, was a great place with really good facilities, even a bath wich was a very welcome surprise after a 20 mile walk, the breakfast was lovely, was a really relaxing stay and would defo stay again
sarah Maguire, left on 07 June 2011
 
 
Very welcoming - tea and cake on arrival, good sized room and an excellent breakfast. Would strongly recommend.
Denis Holmes, left on 31 May 2011
 
 
Stayed here 12th April 2011 and chose it as we had stayed here 25 years ago. It's not the same owner and even better than when we were here last. A high standard of decor and very comfortable. We were welcomed with tea and cake (gorgeous home made lemon cake!). Gillian was very helpful when my wife had to have a non walking day due to blisters and allowed her to wait in the lounge and help herself to tea and coffee until the Sherpa van pick up arrived.
Highly recommended.
Peter Amos, left on 23 April 2011
 
 
Lovely hotel. Great atmosphere. Friendly hosts. Highly recommended.
Jill Baxter, left on 09 January 2011
 
 
The second time I've stayed there. The house is beautiful and comfortable.The rooms are large. The host is very accomodating and breakfast was delicious. It is located in the center of town.
Janis Estrada, left on 17 September 2010
 
 
June 2010. A beautiful old house with many original features. Gillian was very welcoming - coffee and cakes freely available at all times. Bedroom was lovely - especially as in addition to our en-suite shower room, we were next door to a spacious bathroom containing every product you could ever want on a walking holiday. Would highly recommend a stay here
Christine and Steve, left on 16 July 2010
 
 
A beautiful town house; we had a large comfortable room with en-suite shower. Could also use the full bathroom with various bath foams, body lotions etc to relax the tired limbs! The launderette is just round the corner and proved useful for us.
Susie fancied a change from the typical pub food and we enjoyed an evening meal at the Chinese.
Excellent breakfast. Highly recommended.

Joe and Susie. Left 25th April 2010
Joe Nicholas., left on 15 July 2010
 
 
Just finished the C2C and this was my favourite B&B on the entire route. A lovely welcome. The owners took my wet clothes away and returned them (dry!) in the morning. I was shown to the dining room, where a selection of cakes were offered. There is a cappuccino machine in the dining room that made a delicious latte which I enjoyed with the cakes. The lounge room has TV, DVD, and is large and well furnished with leather couches. It was a peaceful place to enjoy coffee and catch up with other walkers. All of the rooms in the house are massive and beautifully decorated with the original features maintained. My (single) room was huge, with a large bed and separate chairs for sitting. The ensuite had a powerful shower and all was spotlessly clean. Best yet, down the hall was a bathroom with a massive tub and every type of bath product known to mankind. A peaceful place for a good soak. Breakfast was tasty, again, one of the best. Wifi was available. This place is directly on the C2C, on the main street, next to the Youth Hostel. I had a 3 course dinner at the Black Bull which was utterly delicious, and the service there was also exceptional. Very highly recommended!
C.F., left on 19 June 2010
 
 
Gillian has thought of everything here. Immaculate house, we had a large very comfortable room with en-suite shower. Great to also be able to use the lovely full bathroom with selection of bath foams, body lotions etc.

Choice of hot drinks (and cake) available in dining room all day.

Excellent breakfast.
Choice of eating out in KS. We ate in Black Bull but wouldn't again!

Stayed May 2010
M and M, left on 08 June 2010
 
 
This is a lovely B&B, the house itself is very well presented. There was cake on arrival and it had a coffee machine that produced a really nice cup of coffee whenever you wanted it! Good location. There's a very nice Indian restaurant down the road that you should try.
Claire and Phil Port, left on 07 June 2010
 
 
Very friendly welcome - owner rushed down from launderette to let us in early. Tea and cake on arrival. Huge, well-appointed bedroom, king-sized bed. Large lounge with comfortable chairs and open fire. Good central location. Beautiful decor throughout. Room had en-suite shower - separate bathroom with stylish bath and massive array of potions to indulge in - heaven. Plenty of choice for breakfast, but adequate rather than exceptional. Would definitely stay again.
Anne & Colin Stares, left on 04 October 2009
 
 
Lovely house and a warm welcome from the owner Gillian who is very helpful. Large room and excellent breakfast
Pete O'Brien, left on 26 September 2009
 
 
A lovely house. We were made very welcome - comfortable rooms and lounge. Excellent breakfast.
Sally Fowler, left on 02 July 2009
 
 
Gillian coped splendidly with 4 bedraggled walkers arriving on the doorstep. Super accommodation but could do with better boot drying. Excellent breakfast. Well worth the visit.
Andy - 'Belmont Yompers', left on 27 May 2009
 
 
Excellent B and B. Warm welcome with tea and cakes. Wet clothes dried for us in the drying room and delivered back to our room. Internet facility available. Early breakfasts available (important whichever way you are heading from Kirkby Stephen). Very friendly hosts and very comfortable room. Would definitely return and would definitely recommend Fletcher House.
Ian (May 2009), left on 14 May 2009
 
 
largest room we had on hike
beautiful house
Highly recommend it
August 08
Alexander Daughtry, left on 04 December 2008
 
 
We stayed here in June 2008 and we'd definitely stay here again; it is a beautiful house and we were made very welcome on our arrival, with delicious lemon cake & tea.

My wife enjoyed the large bath down the hall (we had an ensuite shower). Our host also kindly did our laundry for us. There was a large breakfast selection with generous portions (eggs very rich--perhaps with cream & cheese added?).

Overall, one of the best stops along the way.
Ken & Sara Pearson, left on 06 November 2008
 
 
17/09/08 A beautiful house, enormous en-suite room and a lovely shared bathroom. A very friendly welcome. Residents lounge and dining room were superb as was the breakfast and packed lunch.
Lesley and Alison, left on 05 October 2008
 
 
Another very positive surprise. It's a lovely old Georgian building almost in the town centre, so large rooms with high ceilings. The luxurious bathroom is a hiker's delight. Very pleasant to be served tea and cake on arrival and the landlady was most helpful and attentive. Definitely recommended.
Mike & Nic, left on 30 July 2008
 
 
A wonderful B and B. Very comfortable - tea and cake on arrival, great breakfast, big rooms and comfy beds and right on the walk. Our second best b and b on the entire walk and that was s close run thing with the Cambridge House in Reeth. Those two places set the standad - why aren't all B ad Bs like this?

The fish and chip shop nearby is very average though!
Mike Thompson, left on 29 July 2008
 
 
Fletcher House was the most elegant inn of our walk. The wood work and moldings along with the furniture were very special. It has a great location in the center of town. Gillian and Steve were helpful and friendly, and the breakfast was very good. The room was quite large and comfortable, although the bathroom was quite small. Kirkby Stephen would be a good place to take a rest day, as there are several thing to see and do.
Dave and Cynthia, South Carolina, USA, left on 28 July 2008
 
 
The best B&B on the entire route by a long way.

Friendly welcome, good rooms, bathroom with choice of 12 different bubble baths (!), similar no. of herbal teas in dining room. Large guest lounge and even internet access (easy to ignore for a few days though).

Also won our prize for the best packed lunch.

Would return again even if we weren't walking the C2C
Dave & Lawrence, left on 18 June 2008
 
 
We (3 of us) stayed here on the C2C walk recently. It was my second stay with Gillian and Steve and it will not be my last. We passed the house on arrival at the village after a long day from Shap and chatted with Gillian before visiting the nearest pub for a beer. We returned to be greeted with a very warm and friendly hostess followed by tea and cakes. The rooms are spacious, very clean and comfortable. The breakfast and packed lunches are excellent. A first class B & B. Many thanks to Gillian.
Ernie aka Journeyman, left on 24 May 2008
 
 
The best B and B we stayed in, tea and cake by an open fire when we arrived. A huge piping hot bath, enormous, warm comfortable room- perfect.
Paul and Kate Staines, left on 29 April 2008
 
 
Absolutely superb accommodation. Very welcoming considering we just turned up on the doorstep and asked for a room!!!! Very friendly. Good breakfast to start the next day of walking on the C2C
Dennis and Janet Hallmark, left on 22 April 2008
 
 
We stayed here for two nights in July this year. What a good choice for the rest day, particularly after the long haul from Shap. Gillian and her partner were warm and gracious hosts. Our room was large and comfortable and overlooked the main road, although we didn't find it noisy even though it was the weekend. Great breakfast, great folks and lovely old house. A wonderful experience.
Helen & Mike, Sydney, Australia, left on 12 October 2007
 
 
Very good choice for start and end of our trip (only did first section of C to C). Friendly host, tea and cakes on arrival very welcome and no problem having early breakfast. Although only shower and rather small basin in en-suite there is a nice bathroom downstairs for a good soak.
Old Forge restaurant excellent for celebratory meal (but have to book as v. small)
sally and martin, left on 01 October 2007
 
 
THis is a great place to start & finish this section of the c2c. The place is lovely & the hosts cannot do enough for you like tea & cakes in the lounge.Room very nice - Double bed with en-suite shower ( compact room ). For evening meal the Black Bull Hotel is recommended. Great breakfast with Porridge & Honey - 9/10.
Stephen Cutts left 10/9/2007 & 18/9/07, left on 28 September 2007
 
 
A lovely house and friendly owner. Good food. Tea and cakes on arrival. Laundry and drying available for a small fee. We would recommend Fletcher House and would go there again.
Mrs. R. O'Brien., left on 14 August 2007
 
 
The Fletcher House was one of our two favorite B & B's on the C2C. The house is stunning. The owners were friendly, warm people who seem to truly love what they do. The tea and cake upon arrival was nice, and the twin room was very spacious. The Black Bull was just across the main street and a good place to eat. Breakfast was delicious and the best packed lunch we had the entire walk!
Ali-from NY, left on 07 January 2007
 
 
This is a beautiful house with lovely rooms and friendly hosts. The B and B is ideally located near all the pubs and the launderette! We would definitely stay here again!
Anne and Andy Mitchell, left on 13 August 2006
 
 
Stayed on 23rd July 2006
What a lovely gracious house. Gillian served us with tea and cake as we arrived, very welcome after our 21 mile trek from Shap. The rooms are huge and very comfortable. Centrally placed so everything is to hand. Breakfast was very good.
Thanks Gillian & Steve - we had a good meal in the Black Bull on your advice
Deborah & Gwen, left on 06 August 2006
 
 
our favourite BnB on the C2C,lovely homemade cake & coffee on arrival,great room,fantastic breakfast,great location & most importantly wonderful hosts,we shall be back! many thanks,
Jane & Mick,Stoke on trent, left on 06 August 2006
 
 
A wonderful old home with lots of character. Very comfortable room and a great breakfast, right in the centre of the town, but very quiet. A very warm welcome from Gillian. Stayed 26th June 2006.
Barney Thomas, left on 06 July 2006
 
 
What a wonderful welcome by Gillian to this extremely spacious house on the main road in Kirkby Stephen. I stayed here on 18 June. My room was excellent as were the enormous breakfast and packed lunch. The house retains some of its original character having been owned initially by a member of the famous Wharton family. Another perfect place to stay on the C2C walk with wonderful hosts. I would stay here againwhenever visiting this area. Thank you Gillian and Steve.
Ernie, left on 29 June 2006
 
 
Enjoyed our stay at Fletcher House very much. Tea and cake when we arrived was very welcome after a long walk from Shap The room was lovely as was the rest of the house. Internet was available here too so we were able to read our e-mails
Michelle and Mark, left on 31 August 2005
 
 
Very comfy accommodation and close to local facilities, (including laundry!) and plenty of places to eat. Friendly hosts and fresh milk for tea!
Sharon & Jonathan, left on 26 August 2005
 
 
A beautifull house a friendly host whow made us feel so welcome and great accomodation and food
Mr W Kenny, left on 21 August 2005
 
 
An excellent guest house - with very comfortable beds,excellent breakfasts and extremely helpful owners. We have stayed here twice and will probably return to explore the area in more detail.
Dilys Few, left on 27 July 2005
 
 
Agree with all previous comments. Arrived wet through and were presented with a cup of tea and slice of lemon cake. Rooms well equiped and breakfast was top quality. Very well placed for pubs and places to eat.
Notting Hill Walkers Club, left on 10 March 2005
 
 
My son and I recently completed the Coast to Coast Walk raising funds for the Marie Curie Foundation and Nottinghanshire Hospice. We arrived and took over Fletcher House with our group!! The welcome we received was stunning and we treasure the memory of our day off in Kirkby Stephen. The house is wonderfully warm and comfortable and food is of the highest standard. I am planning a motor cycle tour, a bit quicker, of the C2C and look forward to seeing Gill and Steve then.
Mike & Ben Woodhouse, left on 22 November 2004
 
 
We also stayed here when the proprietors were on vacation, but Joyce did a wonderful job of making sure everything went well, even turning over the room herself to accomodate our 10 a.m. check-in. Very accessible to the services in Kirkby-Stephen (laundrette, internet, chemist, banks, Chinese food) which made it an excellent choice for a rest day.

Highly recommended.
Chris Shaw, left on 18 October 2004
 
 
Fletcher House is a lovely Georgian building with huge rooms and antique furniture. We loved it and although the owners had gone off to Portugal for a rest, we were looked after very well by their replacement. She got up early to get me breakfast and took me to the to the station. Great service.
Stuart Wilson, left on 12 October 2004
 
 
We got a very warm welcome from Gillian and Steve when we arrived late and weary. Bedrooms are spacious. Unfortunately the soft beds resulted in our not sleeping well.
Rose Moore, left on 27 September 2004
 
 
Very friendly hosts. Accommodation very good, would have liked bath though, always feel this is an essential when you are doing a long walk. A shower just doesn`t hit the spot!
Pam,, left on 06 September 2004
 
 
After a particularly awful day, having suffered from the effects of a stomach bug all the way from Shap. Gillian and Steve were great hosts. They welcomed us with a lovely cup of tea and plenty of sympathy, even allowing us the priviledge of using their own personal bathroom to relax our weary bones. The room was lovely, (as were the host and hostess) and the breakfast great.
Thanks a lot to both of them for getting us back on our feet !!
Bill Henderson, left on 27 August 2004
 
 
A beautifull house, we enjoyed our short stay very much and were made to feel very welcome. The room was lovely, we loved the bed king size and so comfortable. Breakfast was very good and the packed lunch excellent value for money.
Thanks very much. Hope to return again.
Barry, left on 04 August 2004
 
 
We had a very comfortable and relaxing stay at Fletcher House and we were made to feel at home on our rest day. Our room was lovely and so spacious and clean. Its a beautifull Georgian House with original features and is in the centre of Kirkby Stephen close to everything.
We will be coming back for a longer stay.
Thanks Gillian and Steve.
Kelly Thornton, left on 27 June 2004
 
 
This is a spendid Georgian house, with big rooms plus use of a sitting room. Everything you need is provided, and Steve and Gillian try to make the short stay an enjoyable one.
Mary Franklin, left on 09 January 2004
 
 
This is undoubtedly the best place we have stayed during our trip. Very welcoming, a friendly atmosphere, spacious rooms. We were offered a full cooked vegetarian breakfast which was a pleasant change and very welcome.
Amanda Sharp, left on 04 October 2003
 
 
Dorothy provided us with a warm welcome and a wonderful place to stay. We had a rough day-20 miles in the rain-and this was just the place we needed to rest our bodies. The breakfast was simply perfect.
Cran & Taylor Dodds, left on 13 August 2003
 
 
Fletcher House was a breath of fresh air. Wonderful en-suite rooms which were large, airy and luxurious. An absolute credit to Gillian and Steve who looked after us so well.
Breakfast was excellent and freshly cooked, with such a wide choice I was so well catered for. Being vegetarian this is not always the case, but they certainly had thought about everyone. This place is certainly the best we stayed at on our trip, they even dealt with the wet jackets and boots. After a long trek this was a perfect place for a weary walker, we will certainly be back.
Elli Bainbridge, left on 25 July 2003
 
 
You must stay here when you come to Kirkby Stephen. It was best B&B we stayed in on the walk. Gillian and Steve have only recently taken over and were the perfect hosts. The evening meal we had was so delicious just what we needed some traditional home cooking, the breakfast too was brill with lots of choices. Our room was spacious with en-suite and beautifully decorated. In fact the whole house was lovely and is in the centre close to everything. It came to us as a recommendation so dont miss it.
I. Ashton, left on 07 July 2003
 
 
A warm house and a warm welcome. Excellent choices for breakfast. Beautiful lounge with log fire was very welcome after a days walking. I couldent beleive how spacious my room was, much bigger than where i usually stay, and my own lovely en suite. Had a wonderful evening meal, and very reasonable too. Gill and Steve made me so welcome I will definately return. What I would call a " special find ".
Joyce Whewell, left on 27 February 2003
 
 
A comfortable relaxing stay at Gill and Ste Bamfords Fletcher House. The entire house is beautiful, the room was well presented, clean and comfortable.
Breakfast was fantastic. Being a vegitarian, i had to avoid the usual english breakfast which was no problem to gill, she made me scrabbled eggs, and they were the best scrambled eggs i have ever had!
Danielle Innes, left on 16 February 2003
 
 
Dorothy provided a warm friendly welcome, in this comfortable clean and spacious accomodation.

The breakfast I had was perfect.

I shall definately be returning here.
J. Dixon, left on 06 October 2001
 

     

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