Visit Caldbeck and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Caldbeck, Cumbria. Caldbeck lies at the northern edge of the Lake District National Park. The Church of St Kentigern is 12th- to early 16th-century, but mostly of the latter period, when it was partly rebuilt. Various windows are later still: one has unusual columns below the wooden lintel.
In the churchyard the Maid of Buttermere was buried. Better known is that tireless pursuer of foxes, John Peel, born at Greenrigg nearby, whose 1854 gravestone is decorated with a horn. His friend, J. W. Graves, wrote the song during the huntsman's lifetime.
Nearby towns: Carlisle, Cockermouth, Keswick, Penrith, Wigton
Nearby villages: Abbey Town, Aikton, Baggrow, Bassenthwaite, Belle Vue, Blencogo, Blencow, Boltongate, Bothel, Brisco, Bromfield, Calthwaite, Cotehill, Cummersdale, Cumwhinton, Dacre, Dalston, Ellonby, Fingland, Gatesgill, Great Blencow, Great Orton, Greystoke, Harraby, Hesket Newmarket, Ireby, Ivegill, Johnby, Langrigg, Low Hesket, Mealsgate, Mosedale, Mungrisdale, Newton Arlosh, Newton Reigny, Penruddock, Pooley Bridge, Raughton, Red Dial, Scotby, Sebergham, Southwaite, Sunderland, Threlkeld, Thursby, Torpenhow, Troutbeck, Uldale, Waverton, Westward, Wetheral, Wiggonby, Wreay
Have you decided to visit Caldbeck or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Caldbeck bed and breakfast (a Caldbeck B&B or Caldbeck b and b)
- a Caldbeck guesthouse
- a Caldbeck hotel (or motel)
- a Caldbeck self-catering establishment, or
- other Caldbeck accommodation