Howgills Barn, Castlehaw Farm, Castlehaw Lane, Sedbergh, Cumbria LA10 5BA
Set up a winding lane, past open fields with 360 degree panoramic views of the beautiful Howgill fells, “Stay in Style” in seclusion and privacy. Just a short stroll from the historic market town of Sedbergh which oozes an ‘old world’ feel with sandstone buildings, cobbled alleys, independent cafés, restaurants & shops. The barn offers a base to explore the Dales and Lakes and is a haven for relaxing and unwinding. Flagged floors, underfloor heating, oak beams, large lounge, dining area, drying room, indoor games room, patio & games field set the tone for a quality stay. The hot tub on the patio, looks up the fell with no neighbours or nearby distractions (apart from the odd sheep!) Designed to suit everyone whether booking a single bed or room for the evening, or the whole barn for a special occasion, business event or even a school residential! A variety of walks are on the doorstep including the Dales Way and Dales Highway Golfing, horse riding, fishing and cycling are also popular, depending on your adrenalin requirements! The historic towns of Kendal, Ingleton and Kirkby Lonsdale are all close by. Onsite activities can be organised for you, including archery, geo-caching, guided walks, wine tasting and much more! Registered for civil wedding ceremonies, if you fancy a wedding with a difference….?This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
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0800 321632 Mob: 07973 947753
35: 6×4 1×5 1×6.(all en suite) plus camping
All year, all day.
From £30pp inc. breakfast. Duvet £6 sgle, £9 dble. Please enquire for hot tub rates. Camping £12pp.
Booking is essential (deposit required).
M6 Junction 37. In Sedbergh, turn left IMMEDIATELY on seeing Westwood’s Books’ building, go up small lane through farmyard, over bridge, to barn.
8 miles from Oxenholme. Taxis are available from the station.
News & Offers
SPECIAL OFFER! (ends the 15th December 2017)
Shake off those post Christmas blues by coming to relax with family and friends at our beautifully renovated Barn, in Sedbergh (Yorkshire Dales and Lake District). Sleeping up to 35 guests in 8 en suite bedrooms you can enjoy a hassle free weekend with luxurious touches such as Sky TV, Sonos blue tooth music system with surround sound, under floor heating, a games room, games field and a magnificent south facing terrace (with optional hot tub) at the bottom of the Howgill Fells. Perfect for an afternoon stroll and some post ‘mince pie’ exercising! For January 2018 we are offering a 2 night weekend for the price of 1 at £870 for a 2 night stay. Based on 35 people this works out less than £12.50 per person per night.
The 2 night stay includes the private hire of the Barn, 8 en suite bedrooms, two lounges, 2 kitchens (one of which is commercial), indoor games room and 5 acre games field. Plus free parking, free wi fi, free use of cots/highchairs and we are dog friendly. Lots to see and do from the Barn (we provide recommendations on our website) and if you really fancy a treat, you could hire the hot tub under our glazed gazebo, at the bottom of the fell, for a relaxing soak after a days unwinding, or even a spot of evening star gazing. This really is too good to miss and if you’re in any doubt, have a read of our 128, 5 star reviews on Trip Advisor https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g499558-d3434322-Reviews-Howgills_Barn-Sedbergh_Yorkshire_Dales_National_Park_Cumbria_England.html#REVIEWS
Enquire today at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0800 832 1632. Offer ends 15th Dec 2017
If you’re looking for a ‘break away from the norm’ and hassle free organisation, why not try Howgills Barn, Sedbergh, Cumbria.
If you’re looking for a ‘break away from the norm’ and hassle free organisation, why not try Howgills Barn (Sedbergh, Cumbria) for your work celebrations this year. With lashings of Christmas cheer, our beautifully decorated Barn set in stunning countryside is the perfect place to celebrate your work/group Christmas party. Stay over, party and enjoy some inspirational time away. We even offer outdoor country pursuits so you could enjoy some training activities too. We’re only a short drive off J37 off the M6. Tempted…?
Included in our Christmas party package at £39 per person:
- A one night stay over (Monday – Thursday). Based on a minimum number of 12, at the price advertised. No need for the hassle of trying to organise taxis and a venue which is convenient for everyone to drive to. Ample parking for up to 30 cars.
- If you are a ‘smaller team’ please get in touch and we’ll put together a package for you.
- Our Barn sleeps up to 32 guests, so bring the whole company!
- Did I mention that the award winning ‘Three Hares’ will prepare a 2 course Christmas dinner for you and your colleagues to enjoy in our open plan dining room.
- We have a Sonos music system with surround sound, so you can enjoy a party after your meal. If you would like recommendations for optional entertainment, let us know as past guests have organised DJs, ‘Britain’s got talent’, ‘The Chase’, and murder mystery themed nights.
Additional options to make the most of your time at our Barn:
- We also offer onsite activities and as an additional option you could enjoy archery on the field, a guided walk, bush craft, ghyll srcambling, canoeing or even a wine tasting session! Our partners, will even create a specific training session, based on the needs of your business.
If you really want to splash out you could also indulge in a soak in the glazed hot tub at the bottom of the fell, on the Barn terrace.
- Contact us now on 0800 8 32 1632 or complete the contact form on our webpage and a friendly member of our team will get in touch with you.
- Find out more here.
Howgill’s Barn near Sedburgh, Cumbria.
The people of Howgill’s Barn are rightly proud of their town, Sedburgh. A small market town in East Cumbria, yet just within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Sedburgh is a traditional and unspoilt town. History is very much the thing, Sedbergh is mentioned in the Doomsday book, (Set-Berg, meaning ‘flat-topped hill’). It has been a market town since 1251 and the famous Sedbergh School started in 1525. As part of ‘1652 country’, Sedburgh recognises that George Fox, a founder of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), spoke in St. Andrew’s Church (which he called a “steeple house”) and on nearby Firbank Fell (now known as Fox’s Pulpit) during his travels in the North of England in 1652. Briggflatts Meeting House was built in 1675. There is a remnant of the north country’s more violent past in Ingmire Hall which includes part of a peel tower and ‘Castlehaw Tower’ which is a small motte and bailey castle which saw service as a look out during WWII.
In more modern times, Sedburgh has joined the likes of Hay on Wye to become a book town. What’s a book town? Follow the link to find out more? Another accolade for the town is that it is a ‘walkers are welcome‘ town. Also, what are those cannons doing lying around the town?
Anyway, stay at Howgill’s Barn and explore Sedburgh’s history.