Fletcher House Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Kirkby Stephen
Built in 1833 Fletcher House is a delightful Georgian double fronted Grade 11 listed building right in the centre of the fascinating and historic market town of Kirkby Stephen offering Quality Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Gillian and Steve are pleased to welcome you to their spacious Guest House and offer a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere that will make your stay a pleasant and memorable one. We welcome all our guests with afternoon tea/coffee and refreshments in our guests lounge or beautiful garden.
We are situated in the stunning and unspoilt Upper Eden Valley, near to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the beautiful County Durham. There are many enjoyable walks right from the door, either around the historic sites in the town or into the countryside.
Kirkby Stephen is very accessible by road and rail. All the shops, pubs, restaurants are just a stroll down the street and everything you may need is close by. The Upper Eden Visitor Centre offers lots of tourist information on things to do in the area.
COAST TO COAST
Kirkby Stephen is almost half way through Wainwrights famous Coast to Coast walk. C2C Packhorse provides a minibus to St. Bees each day leaving at 8.30 am, a minibus returns from Robin Hoods Bay at 4.00 pm each day arriving in Kirkby Stephen at 6.15 pm. A secure car parking facility operates from Pennine View camp site Kirkby Stephen where the minibus picks up each day. Contact C2C Packhorse for further details. www.c2cpackhorse.co.uk Sherpa Van can also pick up in Kirkby Stephen www.sherpavan.com We are happy to serve an early breakfast so you can catch the minibus.
Having a rest day? we have a one double bedroomed self catering cottage stay 2 nights for £140.00 or having trouble finding accommodation in Keld stay 2 nights and use taxis for transfer.
Trains stop here in Kirkby Stephen from Leeds and Carlisle which is ideal if you dont have transport and wish to start the second half of the walk or to catch the mini bus to St. Bees in the morning to get to the start.