Room at the inn

The Fat Lamb has a long history of offering accommodation to travelers, stretching back some 350 years from its days as a coaching inn on the road from Sedbergh to Kirkby Stephen. Today the Fat Lamb combines modern amenities with good old fashioned hospitality, offering bed and breakfast or half board accommodation in comfortable, en-suite rooms. We are rated 4 stars by the AA.

Fat Lamb Accommodation

The Fat Lamb has 12 nicely appointed & recently refurbished bedrooms, 7 on the 1st floor and 5 on the ground floor, which are wheelchair accessible. We have also installed a shower-chair accessible wet room in one of the ground floor bedrooms. There is level access throughout the ground floor, bar and restaurant included, and we have many years of experience in providing for disabled visitors.
We are also a dog friendly hotel, and we go to extra effort to ensure we maintain our high standard of housekeeping when dogs have visited. There is a £10 surcharge per dog per stay (not per night) to cover the cost of this - please check our guidelines if you wish to bring your dog.

Fat Lamb Bedrooms

For room availability, pricing and to book, please visit our online booking page. We usually have one or more special offers running, so make sure you check our Tariff/Special Offers page before booking or give us a call, as our promotional rates are not always available to book online.

Fat Lamb Bedrooms

Fat Lamb Accommodation

Special offers

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Recent blog posts

  • Last Country to Go (Aug 2013)
    Angela & Dave's little bike ride. Continuing on where we left off in Penrith....
  • Letters from the Saddle (Aug 2013)
    My sister Julie, her husband Dave and son Johny dropped us off at Land’s End and we got the bikes put together and got our biking clothes on. Actually got set off at around 11.30 on our merry way to St Austell. All I can say about the weather was Noah obviously built his ark somewhere near Land’s End.

 Still was nice to get started and on our way. Had one slight navigational mishap but only a matter of maybe 3 miles and managed fairly well on the whole...
  • And They're Off (Aug 2013)
    Many of our regular guests and plenty of locals will already know that athlete-in-residence Angela and husband Dave have been training long and hard for their epic cycle ride from Lands End to John o’Groats, and they departed this weekend....
  • Nature Reserve Clear Out (Aug 2013)
    It's been a while since we posted anything to the old blog, but that doesn't mean we've got nothing to report...far from it! The amount of stuff we've been doing is the very reason we've been so quiet (if that makes sense). Much of it in the planning and preparing area mind, so perhaps not too much visible change, but one of the areas we have started to make inroads (literally) is down at Crossbank Nature Reserve....
  • Sporting Bears Charity Rally (May 2013)
    A weekend of motoring, fancy dress and a grand auction, to raise money for Eden House Children’s Hospice. As a Yorkshireman, I am more than familiar with the concept of never doing ow’t for now’t. So how I found myself devoting hours of time to organising a charity car rally is a bit of a mystery. Truth be known I was backed into a corner...