Brigflatts Quaker Meeting


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Where to stay

Accommodation in the Sedbergh area

Sedbergh is a small town and therefore accommodation options are quite limited. However further a field in Kendal (8 miles) and elsewhere in the Yorkshire Dales National Park a wider choice exists. 

Sedbergh Tourist Information Office is based in:
The Dales & Lakes Book Centre
72 Main Street
Cumbria LA10 5AD
Phone: 015396 20125

For accommodation options see the 'Come and stay pages' on the Sedbergh Book Town site:

Further afield there is the Glenthorne Country House & Conference Centre, a Quaker residential centre in Grasmere, in the Lake District.

Hotel Accommodation

•    The Bull Hotel, Main Street, Sedbergh. Tel. 015396 20264
•    The Dalesman Country Inn, Main Street, Sedbergh. Tel. 015396 21183

>Bed & Breakfast

Susie Turlby at 15 Back Lane, Sedbergh. Tel. 015396 20251

The Cross Keys Temperance Inn , Cautley. Tel. 015396 20284
(Formerly 'High Haygarth', the 17th cent. home of Gervase Benson, Westmorland Seeker and early Friend. Now a National Trust owned and Quaker run restaurant and B&B)

Youth Hostels

•    DentDale, Cowgill, Dent. Tel. 015396 25251
•    Kendal, Highgate, Kendal. Tel. 01539 724066

Self Catering Accommodation

Ghyll Stile Mill Cottage - (owned by local Friends) about 2 miles from Brigflatts. Tel. 015396 21715

Drawell Cottage – Home of John Blaykling, where George Fox frequently stayed and the scene of the ‘uninterrupted meeting’ in 1665. Tel. 015396 21529

Other useful links

Dales Way, long distance footpath which passes close to Brigflatts:

The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, which covers Brigflatts:

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