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Most walkers who venture north of Keswick along the Cumbria Way stop at Caldbeck. It marks the limit of the high ground and further north you are very much back in lowland England. The village has a choice of places to stay - B&Bs, farms, a comfortable inn and a campsite – Caldbeck Camping. Evening meals are available at the inn. The village has a shop.
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Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast is right on on the Cumbrian Way. This attractive house, which was built in 1785, is in the centre of Caldbeck village, next to the church. We are situated two minutes walk from the Oddfellows Arms which serves evening meals until 8.30 pm. The Old Crown at Hesket Newmarket is one mile away by road and 40 minutes interesting walk by the river Caldbeck. Kirkland Stores (the village shop) is at the end of the drive. The B&B accommodation comprises one twin ensuite with bath and shower, a double room with private bathroom with bath and shower. Both bedrooms have attractive views, televisions, armchairs, coffee and tea making facilities and hair dryers. The double room has the option of an additional extra twin room, to share the same bathroom, which is ideal for a family or groups of friends. This twin room also has television and tea making facilities but is not let seperately to the double. Single occupancy of our rooms is available Breakfast is served in the cosy Aga warmed kitchen. Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden. Packed lunches can be provided.
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Distance from path: On Route
OS reference: 332499 539868
Property type: Guesthouse Accreditations: Not Classified
Denton House is a wonderful family run B&B guest house in the picturesque village of Hesket Newmarket, close to Caldbeck, in the Northern Fells of the Lake District National Park. The bed and breakfast has been managed by Susan and Alan Armstrong for over 10 years and has a reputation for spacious comfortable guest rooms and superb breakfasts, using only the finest local produce. We're located just a couple of doors down from the famous Old Crown pub, the first cooperatively owned pub in the UK. Free collection/drop-off from route available with prior notice. Discounts available on 2 night stays.
Distance from path: 1/2 mile
1 single ensuite room
2 double ensuite rooms
3 twin ensuite rooms
3 family ensuite rooms
2 twin rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 3/20/2019
Caldbeck Cumbria CA7 8EA Fax: 016974 78227
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
A real Cumbrian welcomes awaits you from Ian and the team. Perfectly situated for exploring the Lake District National Park, Keswick, Carlise, Solway coast, Hadrian's Wall, and the North Western Lakes.
The famous Cumbrian Way walk goes past the front door while the Rievers cycling route is only 2 miles away.
The Oddfellows Arms is a traditional lakeland Inn offering en suite bedrooms, great food, beer garden, and local beers.
Distance from path: On route
1 single ensuite room
7 double ensuite rooms
2 twin ensuite rooms
1 family ensuite room
Last updated: 3/12/2018
Hesket Newmarket, Caldbeck Cumbria CA7 8DJ
Property type: B & B
The comfortable farm house features old oak beams and open fire. Looking onto the fells of Coldbeck (John Peel Country). Offering all home cooking. A warm welcome awaits all.
1 double ensuite room
1 twin ensuite room
1 family ensuite room
1 single room (shared facilities)
2 double rooms (shared facilities)
1 twin room (shared facilities)
Last updated: 7/8/2015
Whelpo, Caldbeck CA7 8HQ
Property type: Farmhouse B & B Accreditations: ETB 4 Diamond
A traditional working farm just outside the village,and set in the peaceful,unspoilt surroundings of the Lake District National Park.The bedrooms are particularly attractive.Good farmhouse fayre is served and guests are free to browse around the farm.One mile SW of Caldbeck village on B5299.