Sedbergh and Kirby Lonsdale Holiday Cottages

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    A refurbished barn overlooking Farleton Fell and the surrounding countryside. Piano and PlayStation 2. Ideal for large families or groups. WiFi, onsite private parking and spacious garden. 6 miles Kirkby Lonsdale. (Ref. 972294)

    7 nights from £873

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    Luxury, character filled modern cottage. Wood burning stove. Idyllic riverside location. Sleeps 4. 5 minutes drive to pub. Kendal 2 miles. (Ref. 972579)

    7 nights from £478

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    Delightful two bedroom lakeside lodge with access to five-star facilities. Beautiful views over the lake from the outside terrace area. Access to on-site sports facilities, watersports, bar, and restaurant. Lancaster 8 miles. (Ref. 972391)

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    7 nights from £361

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    Character cottage in edge of village location. Walk to pub, restaurants and local fells. Garden with shed for secure bike storage. Dog friendly. Sleeps 5. (Ref. 972394)

    7 nights from £328

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    200-year-old stone built cottage in the heart of the quaint village of Sedbergh. Original features retained. Bathroom with shower facilities. Wi-Fi. On-street parking. Short walk to shops and pubs. (Ref. 972384)

    7 nights from £328

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    Period cottage with country character and contemporary style. Wood burning stove. WiFi. Lovely garden. Bike storage. Sleeps 3. Hiking and biking nearby. Pub and shop 5 minutes walk. Kendal 6 miles. (Ref. 972562)

    7 nights from £306

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Let Lakes Cottage Holidays plan your next Lake District Holiday in the Sedbergh and Kirby Lonsdale area

Kirkby Lonsdale is a famously picturesque Cumbrian town, renowned for its photogenic charm, but its most enchanting aspect is possibly the one glimpsed from the foot of Collier’s Lane in High Casterton. This elevated vantage point to the east of the River Lune offers a tantalising vista of the town as it must have appeared to travellers for centuries: an enchanting network of mellow stone edifices separated by narrow cobbled lanes and framed by a pastoral landscape of rare beauty.

Today, Kirkby Lonsdale retains much of its age-old appeal – with a 21st-century twist. The splendid historic buildings – many dating back hundreds of years – that line the Kirkby Lonsdale quaint streets and squares now accommodate an impressive range of independent shops, cafes, pubs, hotels and restaurants, together offering a unique experience that’s increasingly difficult to find on the modern high street.

The attractive old market town of Sedbergh, with its old world atmosphere, is not only set in the beautiful western dales of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, but is also close to the rugged eastern fells of the Lake District. The town is dwarfed by the mighty Howgills, some of Alfred Wainwright‘s favourite fells. It has developed at the confluence of four rivers, where ancient trade routes merged.