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Accommodation Details Sunny Hills
Burneside CumbriaLA9 6PW
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Sunny Hills in Burneside on The Dales Way
We really enjoyed our stay at Sunny Hills especially having our own self contained suite of rooms. Ann was so very helpful and kind and made us feel very relaxed. The place was spotless and the bedroom very spacious. It was perfect in every way.
Chris & Margaret, left on 09 June 2019
Just the place we needed after an 11-hour hike in non-stop rain. Owners didn't mind our very wet shoes and clothing, and in fact put them in their drying room for us. We had a bedroom bathroom and kitchen all to ourselves with plenty of food stocked in the refrigerator and cupboards to feed us well. Peaceful view out the front door. The town of Burneside is worth walking through to get to Sunny Hills. A perfect place in every way!
George Wolf, left on 29 June 2017
After a dreadful last day on the Dales Way, as a result of the very unseasonal weather conditions, we were rescued by Stewart! For this we were extremely grateful! A meal was unexpectedly waiting for us on arrival at Sunny Hills, a very kind thought, thank you Ann. The accommodation was lovely-clean, comfortable and just what we needed. Many thanks Ann and Stewart and best wishes with your B&B.
The Wilkinsons, left on 17 January 2017
Enjoyed our stay at Sunny Hills as a stop-over on the Dales Way Aug 2016. Masses of food left in the fridge - enough for some supper on arrival as well as breakfast in the morning. Nice to have a bit more space to ourselves rather than just a bedroom as in usual B&Bs. Hosts were great and couldn't fault the accommodation which is about a 5 min walk off the route.
Judy Ransley, left on 14 January 2017
Lovely Guest House, run by walkers for walkers. Would recommend.
Helen Roberts, left on 31 August 2013
Stewart and Ann were excellent hosts and our stay was very comfortable and welcoming. The room is spotless and the breakfast superb.

The best B&B we stopped in on the Dales Way.

The golf club just 7 minutes away is a must for an evening meal - great facilities and food at a reasonable price.

Terry & Sue Field, left on 14 April 2013
This is a superb B&B. Ann and Stewart offer a genuinely warm welcome and really comfortable beds.We arrived late, wet, tired and with fish and chips, which were whisked into the oven to keep warm whilst we settled in and were then served up in the kitchen with bread and butter! Best value packed lunch by far. Top class.

Janet and Fiona, stayed 19th August 2012
Janet Black, left on 25 August 2012
We walked the Dales Way over 5 days and Sunny Hills was our final over night stay. After 17 long miles from Sedburgh we were given a warm welcome by our hosts Stewart and Ann. The room was lovely and comfortable and more than adequate for our needs. After a lovely hot shower we took up the offer of a evening meal prepared and presented by our hosts and im so glad we did as it was fantastic. After a great nights sleep breakfast in the morning was also of a high standard and set us up well for the last leg into Windermere. Put this place on your stop over list you will not be disappoinrted 10 out of 10. P.S. Forgot to mention the boot dryer (Nice Touch) Thanks again
Ian and Steph (Wetherby), left on 22 July 2012
Very warm welcome from Ann and Stewart when we arrived quite wet at the end of our days walk. Excellent facilities for drying our clothes and boots. Comfortable and very clean bedroom, Excellent evening meal served in a room with lovely views. In the morning good breakfast and packed lunch which kept us going all day.
Brenda and David, left on 14 July 2012
Very friendly couple who are fellow walkers of the Dalesway.
Excellent accommodation. The room was the best of the walk.
A very welcome evening meal that was very tasty. It was worthwhile having this meal as the local pub seemed to have no meals the night we stayed.
Highly recommended.
Roy & Anne Cooley, left on 13 July 2012
Hi. We are four Norwegians that walked the Dales Way this Easter (2012). We loved the walk and we really enjoyed our stay with Ann and Steward. Nice rooms, excellent dinner - perfect!
Mette, Per, Linn and Nima
Almén, left on 15 April 2012
We were welcomed warmly by Stewart even though we were some what early. He gladly provided us with fresh milk and extra teabags for a late afternoon cup of tea. The downstairs guest room was snug and welcoming. We very much appreciated the complimentary wireless access as we had been out of touch for several days while on the Dales Way. The breakfast was great and my husband remarked that the view was as wonderful as any we had had the whole trip.
Sally Johnson, left on 12 September 2011
17th August 2011: A friendly, warm welcome, a nice room with excellent beds, strong hot shower and an lovely three-course dinner-with-a-view. This adress is walkers' paradise after a long day on your feet. Ten out of ten!!

Jeanne and Paul
Apeldoorn, Netherlands

Jeanne and Paul, left on 07 September 2011
A lovely B and B for the last night of our walk. A friendly welcome at the door. We were shown to our spotlessly clean and bright room followed by an excellent meal in front of the big picture window. Ann and Stewart are the perfect hosts and we would certainly recommend Sunny Hills to other walkers.
Jenny and Ian Park, left on 29 July 2011
We had taken a wrong turn and were still miles from Burneside when we should have been at Sunny Hills. A desperate call to alert our hostess Ann to our late arrival was met by the calm assurance that a hot meal would be waiting for us whenever we arrived and instructions on how to find the house. Ann was waiting outside for us just before sunset, showed us to our spotless, airy and comfortable room and invited us to take our time in preparing for supper.
Delicious locally produced food with an imaginative selection of vegetables and a 'special' bread and butter pudding were served to us in front of the upstairs picture window as the hills we had just crossed darkened and a spectacular sunset sky marked the end of a memorable day.
We recommend Sunny Hills to walkers or visitors to Burneside. The accommodation, food and welcome from Ann and Stewart were first rate and the next morning we left with a spring in our step on the last leg of the Dales Way.
Pavla and Chris Gossop, left on 19 June 2011
A lovely place to stay. Extremely welcoming and friendly hosts. Spacious and comfortable ensuite room.

Evening meal and breakfast taken in a a beautiful room overlooking the fields and hills - very relaxing after the walk from Sedbergh.

Good to see the many cycling enthusiasts going past.

Highly recommended.
Margaret, left on 04 June 2011
A very warm welcome was received from Ann to her immaculate home. We stayed in a double room without an en-suite but instead we had exclusive use of a very large bathroom next door. The bathroom had a separate shower cubicle and a very inviting large corner bath!

We visited the local pub and for a drink and we were pleased that we were returning to Sunny Hills that evening. In the morning we had an excellent cooked breakfast to set us on our way. All in all a very comfortable stay.
Mike & Kath Hutton, left on 13 May 2011
We were told the following day by walkers, who managed to get in at the Jolly Anglers that we were lucky to have got in here instead. Having called at the pub, We thougt they were probably right.
Excellent hosts, couldn't do too much. First class room with good TV and bed. Shower facility only. Wonderful breakfast and good quality and value packed meal. I am really glad that we didn't get in at the pub and got in here instead. It is only about a quarter of a mile off route - not a full mile as stated.
Highly recommended. Get a Fish and Chip supper from the chip shop and if you ring to tell them, they will have laid the the table with bread and butter, tea, salt and vinegar and warm plates!
John Young, left on 05 September 2010


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