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Where to stay

There are plenty of places to stay in Kirkby Stephen itself or nearby villages like Ravenstonedale or Brough. Accommodation ranges from luxury country house hotels to simple but cosy B&Bs and self-catering cottages.

Augill CastleMany accommodation providers in the area are committed to the Walkers are Welcome scheme and have special facilities and services for walkers. If you arrive by public transport your hosts may be able to pick you up from the railway station or bus stop and take you to and from walk starts. Drying areas (yes, it does sometimes rain here!) are usually available and many places are 'pet-friendly'. Do ask if you have any such requirements.

You can search for local accommodation, both Bed & Breakfast and Self-Catering, on the Kirkby Stephen website.

Camping, Cararvanning and 'Glamping' at Pennine View Park, at the southern end of Kirkby Stephen.

Low Greenside Farm Campsite is in Ravenstonedale. The campsite is walker friendly, being on the bus route from Kirkby Stephen and the Settle-Carlisle Line to Sedbergh/Kendal and close to the Classic Coaches stop for Hawes and Barnard Castle. The campsite is frequented by Coast to Coast walkers and provides plenty of local walk information. Tel: 015396 23217

Special offers

You can download to an app or print out three free walks near Kirkby Stephen from the Walkingworld website. One is a circuit of the Smardale nature reserve including the imposing viaduct. There is an exploration of the Eden Viaducts near Kirkby Stephen that includes I-Spy sheets for spotting features en-route. The third is a rugged hill walk to the summit of Wild Boar Fell. Simply join Walkingworld to access these walks.
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