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Inns in Sedbergh

Bull Hotel
Main Street
Sedbergh
Cumbria

LA10 5BL | View map

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The Bull Hotel is a 17th century coaching inn, situated in the heart of the historic market town of Sedbergh. A warm, friendly relaxed atmosphere from staff as well as regulars makes the Bull the perfect retreat. Situated on Sedbergh Main Street, approximately 5 miles from the M6, junction 37, with beautiful views out towards the Howgills we are ideally located at the gate way of Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District.You can sample our local Real Ales and fresh traditional food served in one of the cosy bars or in our newly opened Restaurant. All 14 en-suite bedrooms have remote control colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. A quiet sitting room is also available to residents where you can borrow a book, play a board game or just relax with a magazine.Both the Restaurant and Bar are extremely popular with locals and residents alike and are well known for providing excellent food using fresh local produce and offering a splendid selection of real ales, all hand poured. Both venues provide a very relaxed and intimate atmosphere.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Dogs/Pets Welcome

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