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Ideally located for visitors to the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Sedbergh Hotels are set in a quiet country town, ten miles east of Kendal in Cumbria.
Surrounded by natural beauty, Sedbergh is an ideal base for visitors to both the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District National Park. The town itself is an exceptionally pleasant place to spend a holiday, featuring a number of shops, cafés, tearooms and pubs. There are regular food markets in the town – a good way to spend a few hours browsing through delicious local produce and tasting homemade cakes. Sedbergh also hosts regular artisan markets where you'll find handmade crafts being sold alongside live music performances.
Explore the town and you'll come across antique sellers, cosy pubs and parish churches. Sedbergh is also the book town of the Yorkshire Dales. The main destination for bibliophiles is Westwood Books, housed in a former cinema and featuring around 70,000 different titles. One of the best ways to learn about the history of the area is through the Sedbergh and District History Society – a local organisation that hosts a number of talks and events.
Walkers, hikers, ramblers and amblers from all over the country flock to Sedbergh as the town is a fantastic gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Whether you're planning on a short stroll with the family or a longer trek into the heart of the Dales, there are routes available for all ages and levels of ability. In terms of shorter walks, Sedbergh to Brigflatts is a gentle three-mile walk and Sedbergh to Dent spans an distance of around six miles. For more experienced hikers, The Dales High Way is a 90-mile route that takes in Saltaire, Ingleborough and Sedbergh. Also within reach of the town is the Lake District National Park, set a short drive to the west.
Arts and culture
There are a handful of fascinating cultural centres within easy reach of Sedbergh. The Farfield Mill is housed in a restored Victorian woollen mill and features a number of exhibitions and regular craft demonstrations. Holme Open Farm is a great place to visit if you're travelling with kids in tow. On the farm you're able to hand-feed goats and come face to face with geese, pigs and ponies. Also worth visiting is St Gregory's Church, a 19th-century building that features unique stained glass windows depicting scenes of nature instead of standard religious icons.
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