Walking weekend deals
The countryside around the Fat Lamb is some of the best walking territory in the UK, and from time to time we like to encourage people to share it by organising an impromptu walking weekend special offer.
Below is the last walking package we ran, as an example - if you are a member of a walking group and want to arrange a visit then please get in touch and we'll arrange a package to suit you!
Arrive in time for dinner on Tuesday. On Wednesday after breakfast, leave for a low level guided walk of the local area through Smardale Nature Reserve (pictured above), nothing too strenuous, with a packed lunch to keep your strength up. Take dinner on Wednesday night at whatever time suits you best and afterwards relax and unwind in the bar. After breakfast the following morning explore the area at your leisure and return to The Fat Lamb for lunch before departure.
If you would like to take us up on the offer please either call on 015396 23242 or email to reserve a room.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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