Offering stunning views, delightful, stylish rooms and a very warm atmosphere, Lockholme is the perfect base for many walking and cycling opportunities, as well as being able to explore further in all directions! The amazing surrounding countryside with its history and numerous hidden gems are all on our doorstep. A beautiful Victorian house, less than 10 minutes walk into the thriving market town of Kirkby Stephen, and directly on Wainwright’s famous Coast to Coast Path. It is ideally placed for visiting the Eden Valley, Lake District,, the Pennines and Yorkshire Dales..
Our Super-king/Twin Room, The Nine Standards and the Twin Room, Eden Valley are beautifully decorated and recently upgraded, reflecting the Victorian charm. They both have lovely ensuites, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi throughout, tea and coffee making facilities and luxury complimentary toiletries from The Bath House, Sedbergh.
Upon arrival, look forward to delicious homemade cake with tea or coffee and relax either in your room, the Breakfast Room, with a real coal fire and fabulous views of the fells and iconic Nine Standards, or the sunny private rear garden, knowing that any wet boots and clothes will be taken care of! There is off-road parking available and If you have a cycle, there is secure storage.
Enjoy a traditional cooked breakfast, using local produce where possible, with alternative options offered. Packed lunches are available on request with a small extra charge.
Whether your stay is part of an amazing Coast to Coast adventure or you are exploring this idyllic pocket of England, our aim is to make it very special and you will always be greeted with a warm and friendly welcome - A touch of loveliness at Lockholme.
Within a 10 min walk, Kirkby Stephen has lots of amenities including the Upper Eden Information Centre, a pharmacy, Medical Centre, Barclays Bank, 2 small supermarkets Spar and Co-op and 1 larger Co-op, 2 walking shops supplying gear for walkers, climbers and outdoor enthusiasts, and several delightful individual gift shops. There is a great choice of places to eat, including three lovely individual pubs serving food, fish and chips shops, a selection of cafes and coffee shops as well fabulous Indian and Chinese restaurants. Younger children can be accommodated with prior arrangement.
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|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Eden Valley||£110.00 per room per night for bed & breakfast|
|The Nine Standards||£110.00 per room per night for bed & breakfast|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
Lockholme is on the A685 (South Road )on the south side of Kirkby Stephen. By Road, via the A66 Scotch Corner to Penrith, exit at Brough onto A685. Travel south for about 5 miles to Kirkby Stephen, travel straight through the town, through traffic lights. Lockholme is about half a mile on the right opposite a field. From the M6, exit at J38 and drive 12 miles on A685 north to Kirkby Stephen. Coming into town, over the bridge with left hand bend and Lockholme is approx 400 yards on the left opposite the field.
By Rail, the station is 1 mile south from Lockholme on the A685, on the Settle to Carlisle Railway line, with connections to and from Leeds and Carlisle.
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