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County - Cumbria | Map
Tel code: 015242 | code search
Postcode: LA6 | code search
Population: 300
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"Good Points: Lovely and clean. Old building but great character. Great food. Bad Points: Disappointed with a bath. Prefer shower. (personal preference.) General review: Great place to stay. Rooms a bit ..." More

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"General review: Have stayed here a few times and always enjoyed our visit.

Date visited: 2007-11-15 ..." More

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Although Barbon is in Cumbria, scenically it has a lot more in common with the nearby Yorkshire Dales; indeed it sits in Barbondale, a pretty part of the Lune valley. Barbon, three miles North of Kirkby Lonsdale, is a village of white-painted cottages and solid stone walls, with a church that looks more ancient than it is: St Bartholomew’s was built in the perp style by Lancaster architects Paley and Austin in 1893, but it does incorporate some carvings from the chapel that preceded it. One of the white-painted buildings certainly worth a visit is the 17th-century Barbon Inn, formerly a coaching inn. The River Lune is about a mile to the west of the tiny settlement, which has a population of fewer than 300 people these days, though once it was more. The Lune is a well known salmon and trout river, and the Barbon Beck that runs through the village feeds it, and has some fishing too. For sport of a different kind there is the 18-hole Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Club just the other side of the A683, and a little further south the 9-hole Casterton golf course. But Barbon’s real claim to sporting fame is the hill climbing course at Italianate Barbon Manor. The course for most of the year is the Manor’s drive, but three times annually it hosts motor sport events (two for cars, one for motorbikes) on the 890 yard run.

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Barbon Inn (0.20 miles)

Barbon Inn

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Located in the delightful village of Barbon, nestled in the Lune valley between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales and 10 minutes from the M6, lies the Barbon Inn.
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Blue Pig B&B (2.62 miles)

Blue Pig B&B
The Blue Pig originally known as the White Lion is situated at the top of Mill Brow which was originally known as King St. This was the main road into Kirkby Lonsdale until 1820. Coach ... More | visit website
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Plato's (2.62 miles)

Plato

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Plato’s is set in the heart of Kirkby Lonsdale - once discovered never forgotten. On the edge of the Lake District, the Dales and The Forest of Bowland. A pretty ... More

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Churchmouse House (2.65 miles)

Churchmouse House
Need a break away from the hum drum? Churchmouse House is warm, relaxing, comfortable and centrally located (no need to use the car whilst you are here)- a real home from home. Soak in the ... More | visit website
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The Royal Hotel (2.76 miles)

The Royal Hotel
Welcome to the Royal Hotel, Kirkby Lonsdale, a lovingly restored Georgian town-house hotel providing luxury accommodation and exceptional hospitality amidst the unspoilt English countryside of the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of ... More | visit website
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Whoop Hall (3.33 miles)

Whoop Hall

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Whoop Hall is a 3 star, family-run hotel situated on the outskirts of the attractive market town of Kirkby Lonsdale; this is the ideal base from which to explore some ... More

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Hipping Hall (4.43 miles)

Hipping Hall

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Hipping Hall has been one of the North-West’s most exciting and publicised restaurant and Hotel openings of recent years. The house itself dates from the 15th century but has been ... More | visit website

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The Plough Inn (4.66 miles)

The Plough Inn
The Plough was rescued in June 2009, by Punch Bowl Inns. What began as a six month refurbishment became twelve months, these things so often do. The place was stripped, gutted, a few walls ripped ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Kendal (5.49 miles)

Days Inn Kendal
The Days Inn Kendal overlooks the beautiful Killington Lakes and is ideally situated for the Lake District National Park. The Hotel has 37 en-suite rooms with Rooms from £60 per room per night. ... More | visit website
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George & Dragon (5.50 miles)

George & Dragon

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Nestling near the head of Dentdale leading into the market town of Sedbergh, Dent is renowed as one of the quaintest and prettiest villages in the Yorkshire DalesSituated in idyllic ... More

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