Howgills Accommodation located in the historic market town of Sedbergh is within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and near to the Lake District. Sedbergh lies at the foot of the beautifully unspoiled Howgills and is free from the usual hustle and bustle of Lake District crowds and tourists.
Its cobbled streets, historic architecture and artisan shops and cafes give it a unique charm and presence. Whether it’s a family holiday or solo trip, there is plenty to see and do throughout the year.
Howgills – Dark Skies Festival wc 20th Feb
Come and stay with us for this wonderfully inspiring week of ‘starry’ activities including talks, ‘hands on’ identification of stars, planets and constellations, astro-photography with Pete Collins (image left). Please call us for more information.
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Outstanding Natural Beauty
From Sedbergh, there is easy access to some of Britain’s most stunning landscapes and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as Dent, Kirkby Lonsdale, Ingleton and Kendal. There is plenty to explore and picturesque nearby towns and villages offer the finest in food and drink, handmade gifts, award-winning pubs and tourist attractions.
Howgills Barn is the perfect place to make wonderful memories. Sleeping up to 35 guests it is ideal for celebrations, family get togethers, business meetings, youth and school residential groups and weddings. We offer special mid-week deals (half price) for groups staying 3/4 nights which is perfect for a get-away! The Barn offers single beds and rooms too, which is ideal for walkers on the Dalesway, or cyclists on the Lakes and Dale Loop (available midweek only).
Howgills Apartments are made up of five apartments, based within a beautiful stone building in the heart of the Sedbergh. They sleep from 1 guest up to 35 guests. There are amazing views across the town to the nearby Fells and you can take pleasure in the dramatic landscapes that changes with the passing of each cloud. The apartments are spacious and comfortable and are just a few minutes’ walk from the river and the centre of town.