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Accommodation Details New Ing Lodge
Main Street, Shap CumbriaCA10 3LX
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Comments by walkers who stayed at New Ing Lodge in Shap on The Coast to Coast Path
 
This was our favorite lodging on the C2C. First, they greeted us with a warm welcome and actually had a place to sit and take off your boots. This should be the norm but they were the only ones who were set up to handle muddy boots without wincing. Second, they had a common room for relaxing with fellow walkers. This was so pleasant! We had planned on going to the well reviewed fish and chips place down the street but their menu changed our minds and we were not disappointed. Lovely, comfortable rooms with ecology in mind, made this a perfect place to stay on the C2C.
Bethany McDonald, left on 07 October 2018
 
 
New Ing Lodge was one of the better bed and breakfasts on our coast to coast walk. We received a very warm welcome. The room was very large, with recent modern fittings and an excellent shower. Fruit and herbal teas and homemade muesli biscuits in the rooms a nice touch. There is a bar and evening meals are served which was delicious. Breakfasts are pre ordered and very well cooked. Packed lunch very good. Would definitely stay again and would recommend.
Christine Martin, left on 13 June 2017
 
 
We stayed here June 2016 - very nice independent hostel. Room 1 is spacious and comfortable. Lamb stew was excellent.
Maria Hancock, left on 18 July 2016
 
 
Arrived to a warm and much needed welcome. We shared a dormitory which was very basic - but we knew that before we got there - though the B&B rooms looked very comfy. Apparently the dorm is being converted to bedrooms so they will be good I expect.
Whatever you do don't miss out on the Pies, if you are going to get there after 6.30pm give them a call and order your meal,
There is a good bar and they will do your washing for you too. Good breakfast. Would recommend this place.
Juanita Gray , left on 21 September 2014
 
 
Very friendly and welcoming after a long haul from Patterdale. Comfortable room and good food- with their own bar definitely worth dining in!
Stuart & Sue, left on 21 August 2014
 
 
Arrived after a very wet day and the owner could not have been more helpful in helping us to dry our belongings. Food was excellent and good value. Highly recommended.
Sue, left on 26 July 2014
 
 
Absolutely loved the New Ing Lodge. We have stayed in a few other places in Shap during out many coast to coast trips over the years and are going to stick with the New Ing from now on. With home cooked meals, nice rooms, a lovely woodburning stove, local ale on tap and good company. We cant fault this place! Loved it
gavin , left on 01 January 2014
 
 
Good accommodation ,great hosts , well stocked bar. Service wash and dry for incredible 4 pounds. Would definitely stay again.
Richard Bloore, left on 09 October 2013
 
 
Great stay: lovely wood stove (got boots dry), comfortable room, friendly host and excellent meals using local produce.
Bridget and David, West Yorks, left on 24 September 2013
 
 
What an amazing place to stay, fantastic food wonderful room and great hosts, highly recommended stay wendy, dave and cleo the dog july 2013
wendy roethenbaugh, left on 03 August 2013
 
 
Helpful and attentive. Lovely food and great new bar!
anon, left on 21 April 2013
 
 
I stayed in the dorm. The place is clean and cozy and the food is great (both breakfast and supper) and the hosts make this a real friendly relaxed place.
Ellen Aust, left on 26 August 2012
 
 
My niece and I stayed here on our Coast 2 Coast. We had a lovely twin room, the communal shower was just outside the door. Received a really warm welcome. Our soaking wet boots were taken care of in front of the fire. Breakfast was lovely. Great place for walkers.
Denise, left on 13 July 2012
 
 
This was one of my favourite places to stay on the Coast to Coast Walk which we completed in June. After a long day walking from Patterdale, we received such a welcome, with a lovely clean and comfortable room, spotless shared bathroom and a wonderful meal round a big table where guests could chat and compare notes.
I particularly liked the fact that meals were prepared with local ingredients and fare trade tea and coffee was used.
Altogether a friendly and happy place that compared the best features of guest houses and hostels.
Glenda Dodds, left on 06 July 2012
 
 
We had a double room and were pleasantly surprised! Comfortable, large room, hot radiator for drying soaked clothing, communal shower/toilet v good. Communal lounge and fireplace lovely. Really friendly and well run. Will definately stay again.
Jim and Jenny Kellow, left on 07 May 2012
 
 
Stayed in Mar 2011. I was walking out of season so was the only guest and renovations were taking place at the same time. This is run by a young couple, very passionate about their business. Room was a tad cold for my liking, but you can spend the evening quite happily in the lounge which has an open fire. Food was OUTSTANDING - I had a chicken pie, mash and some kind of red cabbage recipe which is worth a revisit to the area. Really good. But don't bother with the packed lunch if you can, I didn't eat much of mine.
Jess, left on 20 April 2012
 
 
Had an great stay here back in mid August whilst doing the Coast to Coast Walk. Greated warmly at the door by Jamie. We stuffed our boots and popped them by the woodburner. Great room (great shower, and bath!!!) decided to stay for food and were not disappionted by the food, it we amazing! Chatted a lot the Jamie & Scott they really made it feel like you were at your friends house, and had a few local ales whilst putting our feet up infront of the telly.

Breakfast in the morning was busy but not a trouble, bacon was amazing and fresh eggs from the hens out back!

Will definately be staying again!!!
Freddie & Sharon, left on 13 January 2012
 
 
Camped here on the Coast to Coast. There is only room for a handful of tents in the back garden but there is an outside loo and for a few pounds you can also use the shower facilities inside, in the very nice bathroom, which we did. We didn't have any food and obviously can't comment on the rooms but would camp here again if passing through.
Gary Rosson, left on 11 August 2011
 
 
Very good. The two lads who run (own?) the place have obviously put a huge amount of money and work into getting the place ship-shape and it shows. Very comfortable night and good breakfast. Date of stay: June 2011.
Robert Norman, left on 21 June 2011
 
 
My boyfriend and I were feeling rather destroyed after a hard & long day on the coast to coast.
We plodded into Shap wet and hungry. We found New Ing Lodge rather conveniently at the top of the high street and was greeted by our host Jamie. We were very relived to find that they did food for the evening which was very tasty. In fact other people staying had eaten out and had been disappointed with what they had!
The lounge area had a great atmosphere. A place to hang out and chat to other walkers and adventurers! We had a lovely time at New Ing Lodge, it was like staying at a friends house!
sarah ingram, left on 30 May 2011
 
 
Stayed 13/05/2011 whilst walking the C2C.
Warmly greeted, room more than adequate, beds were comfortable, rooms clean, men's showers were poor due to little water flow, plumber coming at the weekend so that should remedy that concern, ladies showers were very good, apparently.
Stayed in for an evening meal we had a lamb with coriander casserole with freshly made bread and butter from a farm down the road for our main meal, gorgeous! and home made sticky toffee pudding with ice cream for dessert equally as gorgeous. We had a light breakfast of fruit and cereal.
Good value for money, friendly and welcoming people running the hostel, fully recommend it.and would return to stay there again.
Ray Penny, left on 22 May 2011
 
 
This was a great disappointment after a long days walk. They were very disorganised and unwelcoming, the room was not clean, the bathroom was filthy and the bed extremely uncomfortable.

We would definitely not recommend this place.

NW, left on 03 October 2010
 
 
A group of young people centred around two brothers who have enterprisingly caught onto the fact that Shap has little of anything and accommodation is at a premium. They have converted the house themselves and have a bunk house, camping grounds and en-suite and shared facilities rooms on three levels.
We were greeted with fresh scones and home made raspberry jam and tea. The evening meal main course was adequate and the gooseberry crumble filled any gaps. We got BYO from the co-op. The showers were fine and the room spacious. My bed had a mattress which must have been made for the ark. I felt and counted every spring and this ensured I got no sleep. Beware room 8!! The breakfast was fine. There was some bad natured attitude when we wanted to pay separately. So a mixed experience and I would have to consider whether to stay here again.
Bob Watts, left on 31 August 2010
 
 
Stayed here on the coast to coast and had a lovely clean stay, had evening meals (me and my partner) and found them to be amazing! Nice clean shower and the breakfast was amaing, apparently all the meat and veg are locally produced. Got a packwed lunch which was tasty and massive. Would deffinatley recommend this place, staff were very helpful and welcoming. Hope the place goes well lads
david, left on 18 August 2010
 
 
WE had a very long days walk so got to the accommodation late, after a meal. Met by a very grumpy young man who did not want to help carry bags up stairs and complained about us arriving after 10pm. The room was fine, basic but ok. Shower highly dangerous as the light in the room cut off after 5 minutes plunging you into pitch black - they need to sort this out urgently!Breakfast was basic but ok but he refused to make us a packed lunch in the morning despite the fact that Id sent an email request, which he agreed in advance. His excuse was that wed not ordered the night before. When told he hadnt asked for requests the night before he implied it was our fault for not insisting then. We left empty handed after a bum steer that the local Co-op had sandwiches, which it didnt.
Liz, left on 30 June 2010
 
 
Huge room with no ensuite which was no problem. Really disorganised which was a shame, as it could be so much better with a littel more thought.

John and Bob-May 2010
Bob McNeish, left on 28 May 2010
 
 
Nice big room although disappointed to find ourselves in shared facilites when we had booked en suite. Facilities adequate and breakfast was good although the packed lunch we had ordered the night before seemed to be a big surprise to the staff next morning. A fairly laid back place to stay but pretty disorganised too!
Mike & Craig, left on 25 May 2010
 
 
Lovely room - bright and spacious. However found the place rather disorganised. Having agreed to breakfast at 7.30am (to allow an early start for a long day), we were later asked if we would mind eating later as a large group had just arrived and wanted breakfast at that time. We agrred that they could make us bacon sandwiches to take with us (which I must admit were delicious) and we would fix our own cereal / tea / coffee etc. in the self catering kitchen before leaving. Unfortunately we found that the state of the kitchen awful - very dirty - and rather a large group of us all in the same predicament trying to eat and cook in the same small room at the same time.
Not the best place we stayed at... has potential, but needs a bit of a sort out first!
Christine, left on 03 May 2010
 
 
Found place a bit cold and disorganised.
Helen, left on 19 April 2010
 
 
Large, comfortable room and excellent shower. One of the nicest breakfasts we had on the C2C route. Hosts very helpful and friendly, without being intrusive. Recommended.
Benjamin Priestman, left on 16 April 2010
 
 
Huge room and bathroom and very clean and comfortable, Didn't do evening meals. Very good value
Mrs Smith, left on 08 January 2010
 
 
Nothing seemed to be too much trouble for Scott and Jamie. Lovely packed lunch too.
Amanda. Ian, Adam and Jason, left on 11 December 2009
 
 
Wonderful atmosphere and delicious sticky toffee pudding - wish we had known they did evening meal - we had gone straight to pub and eaten before booking in at the Lodge
Angela and Steve October 2009, left on 13 October 2009
 
 
Very helpful to me when I wasn't feeling at all well which was much appreciated. Plenty of space in our room with lots of coffee/tea making facilities. Good breakfast too.
Audrey and Alan, left on 23 September 2009
 
 
Really enjoyed our stay here - big, roomy and well appointed twin/family bedroom - a powerful and hot shower.

Excellent sitting room and we particularly liked the big route planning map on the wall!

Nick
Nick Hubberstey, left on 30 August 2009
 
 
I loved this place. The two young brothers who run it were a pleasure to meet, a little chaotic and disorganized (perhaps due to the arrival of a crowd at the same time) but helpful and charming.

The room I had was lovely - simple and comfortable with a sunny window, super fresh crisp white sheets and generous white towels, puffy duvet on a big double bed. Bliss after a long weary walk from Patterdale.

The living room was cosy and comfortable with an open fire.

Breakfast was very good (except for the over-sugary cereals...it would be a good idea to add muesli to the options) with fresh fruit as well as the usual English fry-up with delicious farm eggs.

Fish and chip shop provides good food down the road but closes at 8.

Recommended.
GW Ottawa, left on 30 June 2009
 
 
Stayed here for 2 nights whilst enjoying the Lakes. Very friendly place run by 2 very laid back brothers who do an excellent English breakfast to set you up for the day!

Nice livingroom with open fire and directly on the coast to coast route. I plan on doing this route in August 09, and will be looking forward to reaching Shap for the night, and the morning brekky!

Kevin Rowland, left on 20 April 2009
 
 
Luckily we received an upgrade to a huge bedroom with ensuite. More the feel of a youth hostel than traditional B&B, but ample breakfast and friendly young hosts. More than adequate.
Chris and Peter Bowden - Left Sept 9, 2008, left on 17 December 2008
 
 
Decent place to stay.

Indoor kitchen is useful for washing up, but doesn't have hobs/pans etc.

Local Co-op closes at 6pm and doesn't open on Sundays.

Jon
Aug '08
Jon Brenner, left on 27 August 2008
 
 
Bit of a Youth Hostel feel but friendly and relaxed. Very large though plainly decorated room. Good breakfast and packed lunch. Try the Mango restaurant down the main road for friendly welcome and good carribean/mexican/pizza - nice change from pub food.
Tom and Kate, left on 24 August 2008
 
 
Stayed here on the 10th June, walking the C2C. I arrived early in the day - 4:00 or so - and the owners weren't home. The place was being renovated at the time, so the builder let me drop off my bags while I went down to the Greyhound to book my evening meal. The owners - two young brothers - were arriving home just as I came back - I must say that everything was pretty disorganised - eg rooms not made up, bathroom still being built - but it was no big deal and quite understandable given the circs. Should be good once the renovations are finished. Enjoyed the selection of mountain bike magazines. Breakfast wasn't anything special. No regrets about staying here though - an interesting experience, good price, and I'd encourage people to support the two young fellows running the place.
Stephen, Tasmania, left on 19 August 2008
 
 
I am sorry to say I was not impressed, it didn't live upto my expectations. Camping 'field' and 'toilets' leave a lot to be desired.
Kate, left on 16 August 2008
 
 
Stayed July 08. 2 young brothers running the place and doing a great job. No frills, but good value as a result. Comfortable rooms, brilliant shower, excellent breakfast and very warm and relaxed welcome. It's a work in progress (and a big job at that, with such an old building!) but they're doing a great job and I would recommend this place to all. Even better for being straight on the route at the top end of the village and only 2 mins to the pub or dinner (Bull's Head, great food!).
Jo Richardson, left on 08 August 2008
 
 
Um - a bit disappointing. Quite expensive relatively, and the shower was cold! Packed lunch seemed to be an afterthought, with bits missing but full price charged. Breakfast OK.
Kim Burns, left on 02 August 2008
 
 
Enjoyed the friendly welcome. Very clean and comfortable, if no frills.
Claire Davies, left on 23 June 2008
 
 
This is a barn of a place it was cold and there was no hot water in our ensuite. We had to boil a kettle to get washed. It was the worst place we stayed the whole trip. If possible I would avoid Shap altogether and bypass it like the motorway.
Ruby & Co, left on 12 June 2008
 
 
This is a huge house with very well-appointed rooms, tastefully furnished, clean, welcoming. Angela is the kind of hostess who will not just engage in general pleasantries with guests but really have a conversation. Though I'm sure that if you'd prefer to keep to yourself, she'd respect that 100%. The breakfast is to a very high standard; the evening meal has to be taken in town, but you get excellent directions and there are good places within a few minutes. The Greyhound Hotel may be worth taking a taxi to (and/or from) for your meal.
Gert and family, left on 20 October 2007
 
 
This was a WONDERFUL place to stay. We arrived late in the day, very tired and achey, and were promptly made to feel at home. We headed out to a good dinner at a pub in town, a few meters away. Upstairs we had a large bedroom with sink, as well as access to two bathrooms--one with a bathtub! A long hot bath rejuvenated our feet, and we looked back on this fondly for the rest of the walk! Breakfast in the morning was lovely, and the hostess was friendly and warm. There are many distinctive vintage touches in this lovely old building, and it was a very enjoyable stay. Very highly recommended!
Lillian , left on 11 July 2007
 
 
Stayed June 2006. A wonderful house, great welcome and excellent breakfast (they even agreed to wrap up our leftover sausages for lunch). Only downside was that we went to the pub and upon our return (around 10.30pm) were locked out.
Naomi, left on 16 February 2007
 
 
What an amazing house! Warm welcome and great breakfast. Very nice room and the achey feet products were much appreciated.
Highly recommended.
Katie Smallwood August2006, left on 17 November 2006
 
 
Very good
Loved the pillar
Bob Vishop, left on 16 November 2006
 
 
Wonderful care and welcome. Accommodation more than adequate.
C & L Turner, left on 16 November 2006
 
 
Excellent breakfast, lovely rambling house and the walk back from The Greyhound at the end of the evening is not as long as the walk to it. Left 14.6.06
Mark Chapman/Mark Warford, left on 02 November 2006
 
 
One of the best B&Bs on the coast to coast. It's just as you arrive in Shap, and the owner, Angela, was fantastically welcoming. Just what we needed after the long day we'd had! Can't say enough good things about this place.
Hayley Johnson, left on 21 August 2006
 
 
well appreciated tea & delicious homemade cake on arrival,clean spacious bedrooms & extremely helpful hosts,highly recommended
Jane & Mick,Stoke on trent, left on 06 August 2006
 
 
Best accomodation on the entire walk. Angela (the new owner) couldn't help me enough. She gave me cake & tea as soon as I got through the door, recommended places to eat, dryed my washing and gave me the best breakfast of the walk. It was so good I've taken a picture of it!

Book your room in Shap here.
dez, left on 11 July 2006
 
 
This was the best b&b on the c2c by far. The new owner was by far the perfect host and breakfast was again by far the best
Bob Dodd, left on 06 June 2006
 
 
have just stayed here, Angela is the the new owner, she made us feel very welcome, the place is cheep and chearful, but saying that, the rooms were very cosy and the breakfast was very good! there are four pubs in the village, we sampled all four, twice!, but the best place by far, for food at least is the greyhound.

very keenly priced as well.

Highly reccomended. thanks!
Sally, Emma, Steve and Daz., left on 30 April 2006
 
 
Tracey was a delightful host. Her energy made us quickly forget that we had walked 20 miles. There's a column from the Shap Abbey in the foyer of the house, apparently erected after the townspeople destroyed the Abbey hundreds of years ago. Make sure to see her gorgeous Fell Ponies, which she raises. August 2005
Richard Fried, left on 09 September 2005
 
 
A great place to stay
Chris Holloway, left on 31 August 2005
 
 
We also had a large triple room for two of us. Made to feel very welcome by Tracey, nothing was too much trouble for her. Bath was heaven!!

Simple and no frills but highly recommended.
Mike, left on 29 August 2005
 
 
Two of us shared a huge triple room in this big old farmhouse. Friendly welcome. The Bulls Head pub is very close and the food there is fine. Recommended and good value.
David Hoult, left on 26 June 2005
 
 
Upon arrival, we were greeted by the host`s two daughters and a friend and we were shown their horses. The dog also gave us a boisterous welcome. Our room (not an en-suite) was very large and the bath down the hall was very nice. We had a great breakfast and socialized with fellow hikers. Had a great meal at the Greyhound -- worth the 1+ mile hike although we heard that other pubs nearby were serving good fare also.
Ron and Kay, left on 03 October 2004
 
 
Excellent welcome and as others have mentioned the bath really helped those aching muscles!!

Tea and biscuits in the room and a very comfortable bed, breakfast was wonderful.

Will definately stay here when we attempt the walk again!!

Folkard Family, left on 08 September 2004
 
 
second stay in 2 years while doing the C2C- the homely welcome was as the first time- great value and we highly recommend- Try eating evening meal at The Greyhound, great but advise booking.
Pete and Chris, left on 03 August 2004
 
 
Very warm welcome from Tracey and a lovely hot bath after the trek over from Patterdale. We strongly recommend walking the distance to The Greyhound at the other end of town for your supper. One little gripe on behalf of a friend, a solo walker, is that he was told there were no rooms available on the night we stayed there although we were the only guests - this seemed a little strange???
Leo and Catherine, left on 15 July 2004
 
 
THE VERY BEST !!!
Tracey couldn`t have been nicer.
Unbeknown to me, my wife had asked her to she had collect mail on my behalf (it was my birthday that day) - and she had even bought a birthday card herself !
House is huge.
Room was massive.
Pub was near by.
The friendliest place I visited on the walk.
Tony, left on 02 June 2004
 
 
Definitely the star attraction so far. Could not have been more welcoming and a hot bath is a must after the trek from Patterdale.
Eddie May, left on 28 May 2004
 
 
A great stop in a grand house, we had the chance to do some washing which was great and enjoyed a hot bath before the Americans arrived, hurrah!

Thanks to Tracy and co, a definite stay to recommend.
Richard Armitt, left on 24 May 2004
 
 
Lovely B & b. Very friendly, rooms warm and clean, food excellent. Really enjoyed a long soak in a hot bath.
Peter Lillystone, left on 18 April 2004
 
 
Everyone arrives in Shap feeling tired - it's a long day - and this is just the sort of place you want to find at the end of it. It's positioned at the right end of the village too, and very near to one of the pubs. The rooms are really cosy and comfortable, and there's loads of hot water for soothing baths. Choccie biscuits in the rooms too!
, left on 09 January 2004
 
 
What a brilliant stay! Warm welcome, friendly advice, and tea and biscuits on arrival. Gorgeous, spacious rooms with delightful beds and views. Washed and ironed clothes with room service. You can guess what the breakfast is like. A must.
Antony Hunt, left on 21 September 2003
 
 
beautiful old farmhouse
warm hosts who went out of their way to make us feel at home
and oh, what a pleasure to finally reach shap!
art hister, left on 18 September 2003
 
 
As good a B&B as you will find. Relaxed, accommodating and very comfortable.
Gordon Castle, left on 18 September 2003
 
 
The friendliest proprietor on the whole walk headed up this comfortable guest house. She was extremely helpful and accomodating. Located in a lovely stone building, the entire lodging, which was being renovated on the exterior while we were there, was stunning. We didn't have a private bath -- a rather high priority on my list -- but otherwise couldn't ask for more. Breakfast was hearty, very satisfying.
Janice Plante and Rod Getchell, left on 14 September 2003
 
 
A good choice after the long walk from Patterdale. Must be the first B&B as you enter Shap. Good sized rooms and friendly hosts. Food in the Bull`s Head was very good.
Keith & Tanya, left on 29 August 2003
 
 
All I can say is STAY HERE! This is a great place with wonderful people. One of the very best on the hike!
Cran Dodds, left on 13 August 2003
 
 
Warm welcome on this family run farm, on the route at the end of the day. House includes old pillar from SHap abbey and they have a lovely bath to relax in. Good breakfast and excellent value indeed - highly recommended.
adam weir, left on 13 August 2003
 
 
the best value b and b en route, excellent rooms and facilities and good food. Tracey was the perfect hostesss and will certainly stay there again. Very comfortable rooms and the best nights sleep I had. In Shap eat at The Grey Hound, best food on the whole trip.
Pete M, left on 04 August 2003
 
 
A B&B that is well worth staying at. Nice everything as mentioned. Found the staff at the Bulls Head where I had a meal a bit off.
Pennine, left on 01 August 2003
 
 
1st Oct 2002, 5th evening C2C. Magnificent building, excellent facilities, large lounge, awesome welcome by Tracey, Nicola and Kia a large Alsation, also introduced to Nicola`s horse Flash. Best all round package of spacious facilities and friendlieness so far on C2C. Great location, great value. Separate large bathroom and shower facilities adjacent to room. Breakfast included 4 lean rashers, 2 large sausages, 2 eggs, tomatoes, beens plus normal toast, cereals etc. Very convenient 1st building on left after hitting main street. Enjoyed some excellent "dine in" fish and chips on main street before crossing road to Bulls Head where I met other C2C trekkers.
Mike Ball. Australia
Mike Ball, left on 01 August 2003
 
 
Fantastic B&B. Well worth the hard days slog (inc. getting lost!) to get there with the brilliant beds and the great bath!
rowena george, left on 17 July 2003
 
 
a great place with lovely hosts and a great breakfast
shaun, left on 15 June 2003
 
 
Very comfortable, friendly with a delicious breakfast. Clothes washing and drying service was most welcome.
Jo Crossley, left on 26 April 2003
 
 
Tracey is carrying on a grand tradition here! Bath and bed were both excellent. My knees appreciated the hot water and radox. And,yes,tracey, I finished after all. A big hello to Nicola and Sophie. Their duck pictures are on my bulletin board. Happy riding,Nicola.
carol ragan, left on 21 April 2003
 
 
My other half came a cropper on Kidsty Pike and we arrived at New Ing Farm to take stock and recuperate.
A very nice, large farmhouse with excellent facilities.
Adrian Newman, left on 03 April 2003
 
 
The selection of bubble baths was only surpassed by the selection of cereals at breakfast !!! C2C 1994 and Westmorland Way 1999
mick and steph, left on 30 November 2002
 
 
Very friendly large farmhouse. One of the first houses entering Shap after a long walk over Kidsty Pike. One to remember for the future, as a reader previously mentioned, on a long drive up or down the country. I recommend it, you won`t find better in Shap. My daughter wants to book in again to spend more time with the horses.
Doug & Charlotte Burke, left on 26 August 2002
 
 
A wonderful warm welcome; an ever warmer bath; and the alsatian is as soft as a pussy cat.
Peter & Julie Ward, left on 16 August 2002
 
 
This is a nice B&B with a great breakfast and a friendly and welcoming host. Be aware, though, that there`s a large Alsation dog - I didn`t know, and it gave me quite a scare when it ran out and barked at me as I arrived.
Shirley Worrall, left on 15 August 2002
 
 
If you need a B&B in the area do yourself a favour by stopping at New Ing Farm, very clean, friendly and a great breakfast. Would also be a great breakpoint on a long drive to Scotland.
Nigel Stephens, left on 30 July 2002
 
 
A lovely, friendly and homely B&B. Large bedroom, great breakfast. As good as it gets and very reasonable.
Keith Rustidge, left on 24 July 2002
 
 
Just as the previous reviewers experiences I can confirm that New Ing Farm and Tracey Jackson in 2002 still provide the best accommodation. Aside from previously mentioned room and bath, breakfast was great, the packed lunch was the best of the trip and Tracey offers a wash and dry service for our clothes which was sorely needed. Our top spot and we stayed at some very good ones.
Colin Spencer, left on 27 May 2002
 
 
We arrived at this B&B like drowned rats and got the warmest welcome imagineable. Very comfy, warm and no problems with all that wet gear! Best B&B on the coast to coast!
Brigitte Hayden, left on 31 May 2001
 
 
Surely the best accommodation I have experienced - certainly very welcome after a gruelling walk across country. Beautiful rooms, wonderful food - and a BATH!!
Lois Carby, left on 28 May 2001
 
 
Quite the biggest farmhouse I`ve ever stayed in. Bedrooms a good size and very comfortable B/fast also v/good
Steve Exton, left on 29 December 2000
 

     

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