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Garrigill is a pleasant village of stone flagged roofs grouped round a shady green in the valley of the South Tyne. It was a lead mining area. That industry, as you have seen earlier on the PW, declined by the start of the 20th century.
Huge changes in the agricultural industry throughout the last 50 years has taken men off the land. Here in Garrigill the effects of these changes have been quantified: the population declined from 1540 in 1821 to as few as 200 in 1971. A quarter of the houses are holiday homes, so the population doubles in the summer.
In the church porch you will find one of those all-too-rare notices specifically welcoming you as a Pennine walker and inviting you and your muddy boots/wet clothes to take shelter. If you do so, be sure to notice the marvellous silence in and around the church, broken only by bird song.
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The Guest House is set in in a 300 year old stone built house which has also housed the village post office since 1862. Today both the guest house and post office remain an integral part of village life and have been run by the Bramwell family since 1965. The house is ideally situated in the heart of tranquil Garrigill and overlooks the picturesque village green.
Although the house has undergone modernisation throughout the years it has still kept its character with some of the rooms retaining their original exposed beams.
All rooms are immaculately presented and furnished as well as having heating and double glazing throughout. All of the bedrooms come complete with radio alarm clocks, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities.
Evening meals can be obtained at the George and Dragon next door.
Distance from path: On trail
2 single rooms (shared facilities)
1 double room (shared facilities)
2 twin rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 10/21/2015
Garrigill Village Hall
Garrigill CA9 3DS Tel: 01434 647516
Property type: Campsite Accreditations: Not Classified
Garrigill Village Hall is a great place for an overnight stopover for walkers and cyclists, especially if you're doing the Pennine Way or the C2C cycle route. The cosy but spacious upstairs area of the village hall provides a welcoming retreat after a tiring but fulfilling day's activity on the Pennine fells. There are comfy bunk beds for up to eight people and you can hire bedding if you're not bringing your own. The main hall is available for larger groups of up to 30 - a number of camp beds are available but no bedding is provided. The charge includes use of the well-equipped kitchen, showers and toilets.There's a spin dryer, dehumidifier and hanging rails in the drying room for drying wet kit overnight.There are also camping facilities and a covered cycle shelter with securing rails.
Distance from path: On route
10 camping pitches
Last updated: 6/29/2016
Garrigill, Garrigill Cumbria CA9 3DU
Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
Enjoy your stay in this remote and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the North Pennines. Eastview is on the picturesque village green of Garrigill, Cumbria. Rooms are centrally heated and double glazed, are equipped with TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, alarm clock, wardrobe and dressing table and have views over the village green. Towels are provided. There's also a good supply of books, games and maps. A full English breakfast is available at your specified time. Drying facilities are available. Dogs are welcome to stay in the rooms although we ask you not to leave them unattended. The local pub is a couple of hundred yards away and serves meals every evening.