Bed & Breakfast in Cumbria

Kirkby Thore Hall is a place like no other

Kirkby Thore Hall, Kirkby Thore, Cumbria, CA10 1XN

Red sandstone exterior, exposed wooden beams, mullioned windows and vaulted ceilings. This 14th century manor has been restored to provide you with bed and breakfast with a difference.

The hall is situated in a very peaceful country setting down a short 200 metre drive, lined with trees and fields on either side. There is a large courtyard style parking area next to the hall.

Christine and David provide a warm welcome as you enter through the front door into the magnificent dining room with its wooden ceiling and open fireplace with its log burning stove. Guests have full independent use of the dining room, library area with its selection of maps and books which then leads to a west facing sitting room.

River Eden at Kirkby ThoreThe hall has two very large en suite bedrooms each with their own wow factor. The Old Hall Room has a magnificent open roof and stone walls and The Orchard Room  exposed beams and a mullioned window to name only some of their special features. In both rooms every modern day comfort has been provided.

Kirkby Thore Hall is located in the Eden Valley , Cumbria (in old Westmorland )and makes a good touring base for many places including Ullswater, the Pennines and Hadrian's Wall. The historic town of Appleby and Penrith are less than 15 minutes drive away. It is a perfect place for that special overnight stay when travelling from England to Scotland as we have quick access to A66 and M6.

We have a wide knowledge of Cumbria having lived here for most of our lives and are able to advice on walks, tours and places of interest to visit.

We are able to offer free fishing permits on the River Eden at Kirkby Thore while you are staying with us.

We welcome you to our home and look forward to seeing you.

Mrs Christine Tucker
Kirkby Thore Hall, Kirkby Thore, Cumbria, CA10 1XN
Email: :: Telephone: 017683 62989 :: Mobile: 07549 235008

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Kirkby Thore Hall