This 18th century stone barn wrapped inside the dramatic Howgill Fells has been restored to the nth degree to create the most beautiful country escape.
The Malabar in Cumbria has all the usual features of rustic chic design but with so much more. Lofty ceilings with chunky beams, stone flooring and exposed stone walls provide a natural backdrop for its unique and original touches that make it stand out from the crowd. The owners have brought so much love and fascinating curios to the interior, you will instantly fall in love with the place.
This luxury B&B is a refreshing gem tucked away among the breathtaking scenery of Cumbria, on the edge of Sedbergh, where patchwork fields are separated by dry stone walls, typical of the Yorkshire Dales.
What makes this boutique B&B even more special is its sociable atmosphere and communal dining, giving the guests chance to share stories and laughs over a hearty Cumbrian breakfast.
The owners ensure all guests feel right at home here, and living in the farmhouse next door means they are very much at the heart of your stay. Their time spent in India is apparent from the wonderful selection of teas and curiosities that are dotted throughout.
Just a short drive from the ancient market town of Sedbergh, The Malabar is the perfect base for exploring the winding streets and quaint shops. Alternatively, the area is ideal for walking, cycling and visiting interesting sites such as castles and Roman forts.
The rooms at The Malabar are possibly the finest you will ever witness in a bed and breakfast in Cumbria. As well as being extra spacious, they feature rustic chic furnishings, Herdwick wool carpets and the most impressive views.
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