Pippin Cottage is the perfect retreat for a romantic break away or friends wishing to have an active holiday. This cosy converted barn is set back off the main street with its own garden and breathtaking views of the Howgill Fells. Pippin sleeps up to four people but is perfect for two friends or a couple.
Inside the cottage you will find an open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with a relaxing atmosphere on the first floor (to make the most of the views). Put your tired feet up and sit back next to the crackling log burner or take a stroll to the fantastic (award winning) pubs/restaurants for a memorable meal (102 steps according to one of our guests..).
Sedbergh is a small stone built town nestling in the Howgills on the border of the Yorkshire Dales and the Cumbrian Lake District, approximately seven miles from Kendal. The area is fantastic for walkers, mountain bikers/road cyclists or even just to relax and admire the breathtaking countryside. It is known as England’s Booktown in the Yorkshire Dales and is mentioned in the Domesday book. As well as the bookshops there are several excellent pubs and cafe’s serving cream teas, so you wont be short of a well earned rest after your days activities.
We welcome one well behaved dog at the cottage for and additional £20 to cover the extra cleaning.
Even though we say a minimum of 7 nights during peak times, we do accept last minute short break bookings, so if it shows as not been booked on the O.D calendar, then please do email and ask for prices.