Places to stay in or around Temple Sowerby
Skygarth Farm Bed and Breakfast is a working farm in a quiet, secluded, rural location on the outskirts of the village of Temple Sowerby. The 17th century farmhouse has two family rooms which overlook the garden. Hearty breakfasts are served beside the window, where an abundance of birds and red squirrels feed each day.
House at Temple Sowerby
House at Temple Sowerby, one of Cumbria’s finest small hotels, has been awarded the prestigious AA Three Silver Stars, together with Two Rosettes for the quality and creativity of the food presented by Head Chef Jack.
The House combines the traditional comforts of a Country House Hotel with contemporary features and the odd quirky touch!
The Kings Arms Hotel in Temple Sowerby has a four hundred year history as a coaching inn, providing hospitality both to travellers on the old turnpike road and to early tourists – William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge chose the Kings Arms as a starting point for their exploration of the Lake District in 1799.
The Kings Arms offers bed and breakfast or half board accommodation in comfortable, en-suite rooms. There is a bright and airy residents lounge reserved for guests staying in the Kings Arms, where you can read in front of the fire, play a board game or just put your feet up.