OUTDOOR & LEISURE
Looking back to Cross Keys, 6 miles from East Catholes
There are so many opportunities. It really is hard to know where to start and where to finish.
A lovely two mile round walk from the farmhouse along the Dee, perfect just before dinner.
A spectacular walk to see Cautley Spout, great in all kinds of weather.
An epic cycle ride through Kirkby Lonsdale and up the Barbon valley.
Famed for their outrageously stunning landscapes, the Yorkshire Dales and nearby Lake District make for the perfect escape. East Catholes offers you the opportunity to enjoy the best of both.
Embrace the physical adventures of the outdoors or just rest your mind in the tranquil scenery. Fresh air, velvety green hills, vibrant rivers and lakes – the most palatable of remedies for our everyday challenges.
Tie up your walking boots, fill your rucksack with energizing goodies and set off to explore the surrounding Fells. Cycle the country lanes (and thigh busting hills).
Then, when it is time to rest those legs, explore the independent shops, cultural attractions and spas of the local areas. Or just light the fire, pour yourself a glass and enjoy the serenity of East Catholes.
Cautley Spout, great in all kinds of weather
East Catholes is just 1.3 miles from Sedbergh town centre, so it’s not far to go, just 5 minutes by car, or 20 minutes on foot, to stock up on groceries, browse the shops or sit down to enjoy a coffee or local ale.
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, at the foot of the stunning Howgills, Sedbergh is a beautiful historic market town that enjoys a friendly community supported by independent shops, a supermarket, pubs and restaurants.
Sedbergh boasts award-winning cafes, fine pubs and a variety of restaurants along with traditional & modern shops, and a wide range of local businesses.
Sedbergh Golf Club itself has a lovely bar and restaurant, though due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the bar and restaurant are closed until further notice.
Generally, although most shops and businesses are now open, they may have reduced opening hours or restrictions on access.
If you are planning a special visit to a particular place, it would be best to check directly with the establishment concerned before making your journey.