Fat Lamb Hotel Accommodation

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

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Guest Comments

A selection of recent comments from our lovely customers

15th June 2016

We booked last minute to visit the Fat Lamb with our two children. We all absolutely loved it. The room was cosy. The food for the evening meal was enjoyed by all of us and the service was great. Breakfast was also really nice. Our boys particularly liked having adventures in the garden and nature reserve. Such a great location for families. We will visit again.

- Amy C.

11th June 2016

We needed somewhere to break a journey and The Fat Lamb was ideally situated, not least because of its proximity to the M6 (around 15 miles from Tebay). Booking was easy and we were contacted to confirm the details of the booking, which included £20 each for dinner and were advised that it would be the weekend of the Appleby Fair. We were welcomed on arrival, invited to book for dinner as it was likely to be busy and shown our room which was comfortable. We were pleasantly surprised to find the inn had a small wildlife area and spent an enjoyable hour exploring it and observing geese and swans with their young. Despite having been advised that the dinner menu would be restricted because of the Fair, there was a good choice of à la carte and other meals, using mainly locally-sourced ingredients. The meal (taken in the bar) was promptly served and delicious, while the bar area had seating to allow us to sit and read after eating. Breakfast the next morning was well organised, with tables allocated by room number and the service efficient. We intend to stay again, but will bring boots for the wildlife area!

- Jeremy

31st May 2016

The fat lamb recently catered for our group of 30+ family members on the bank holiday weekend with ease, the food was delicious and the staff and service were top class. Lovely scenic location with plenty of parking, I would highly recommend this as a venue.

John & Deb Barkley

22nd May 2016

Have just taken a party from my local U3A walk group for a three night break. It was universally agreed that the Fat Lamb was an excellent venue for our peregrinations. The setting is superb - even the rain takes on a different dimension - the walking potential endless and it is very, very hard to find anything to fault with the ambience and service within the pub. We will be looking to return, I am sure.

Walker - U3A Walking Group

22nd May 2016

Called in here again for lunch, on the way back from Cumbria. Very good steak pie and good value for money. Served in good time by friendly competent staff. Very good beers, and coffee after lunch. Couldn't fault either the welcome or the meal - both excellent. The views from this pub are amazing, and they have their own Nature Reserve.