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Inns in Kirkby Lonsdale

Sun Inn
6 Market Street
Kirkby Lonsdale

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The Sun Inn in the heart of Kirkby Lonsdale in the Lake District offers a luxury blend of old and new; the traditional Lake District warmth of a 17th Century inn, stylish contemporary restaurant, combined with deluxe hotel accommodation means you can enjoy a relaxed Lake District break in luxury and style. The eleven high quality hotel rooms offer superior accommodation and luxury, such as pillow-top mattress bed to ensure you have a relaxing break and enjoy your holiday in every comfort. Locally sourced food and award winning sausages from our own Kirkby Lonsdale butcher, make a fantastic breakfast, equally matched by our award winning dinner menu.

Kirkby Lonsdale is pretty and quaint and all those things you imagine a Lake District village to be, full of picture perfect cottages built from Lakeland stone with little lanes and snickets to explore. Wander down Kirkby Lonsdale's main street browsing in the stylish shops and gazing at the beautiful views of the Howgills. Kirkby Lonsdale is nestled in the Lune Valley in the southern Lake District, close to Ingleton Falls, Sedbergh and Kendal, a perfect base to spend a short break or holiday. Kirkby Lonsdale is a fantastic spot for exploring the English Lake District and Yorkshire Dales both within a short drive.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star Inn
Number of Rooms: 11
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