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The small settlement of Lupton in the south eastern corner of Cumbria is just a mile east of junction 36 of the M6, an ideal place to break a journey to or from Scotland, or for exploring southern Lakeland or nearby North Yorkshire. The village, roughly halfway between Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale on the A65, stands on Lupton Beck, a tributary of the River Bela, and the area is known for game fishing. The country around Lupton is a mainly low-lying, but a short stroll away there is Scout Hill, a little less than 1,000 feet. Lupton has long been a stopping off point, with the local pub the Plough Hotel once upon a time a coaching inn, now a popular restaurant and hotel with an oak-beamed bar. In the village of grey-stone cottages and solid stone walling there is a modest but pretty church, All Saints, set in a lovely little churchyard.


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The Plough Inn (0.03 miles)

The Plough Inn
The Plough was rescued in June 2009, by Punch Bowl Inns. What began as a six month refurbishment became twelve months, these things so often do. The place was stripped, gutted, a few walls ripped ... More | visit website
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Crooklands Hotel (1.88 miles)

Crooklands Hotel

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Converted from an old farmhouse dating back to 1750. Exposed beams and lots of memorabilia in all the public rooms. Business facilities (e.g. fax/modem). Relax around a real log fire in ... More

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Kiln Green Farmhouse (2.83 miles)

Kiln Green Farmhouse

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Beautifully restored and delightful, this peaceful beamed farmhouse (all of white building) sits on the edge of the Lake District, 1 mile from Milnthorpe's shops, pubs and ... More

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The Kings Arms (3.42 miles)

The Kings Arms
The Kings Arms is situated in the quaint Cumbrian village of Burton-in-Kendal, situated near to the oustanding natural beauty of the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales and the historic city of Lancaster with easy ... More | visit website

Blue Bell Hotel (3.72 miles)

Blue Bell Hotel
The Blue Bell at Heversham was originally a vicarage for the old village and has a history dating back to 1460. While possessing old world charm, it now caters for every modern need, providing a ... More
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Travelodge Burton M6 Northbound (3.77 miles)

Travelodge Burton M6 Northbound is located 3 miles from Carnforth Train Station, 31 miles from Blackpool Airport and well located for visiting Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, Sizergh Castle, University of Lancaster, and the Lake District. This ... More | visit website

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Churchmouse House (3.91 miles)

Churchmouse House
Need a break away from the hum drum? Churchmouse House is warm, relaxing, comfortable and centrally located (no need to use the car whilst you are here)- a real home from home. Soak in the ... More | visit website
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The Royal Hotel (3.96 miles)

The Royal Hotel
Welcome to the Royal Hotel, Kirkby Lonsdale, a lovingly restored Georgian town-house hotel providing luxury accommodation and exceptional hospitality amidst the unspoilt English countryside of the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of ... More | visit website
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Plato's (3.96 miles)


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Plato’s is set in the heart of Kirkby Lonsdale - once discovered never forgotten. On the edge of the Lake District, the Dales and The Forest of Bowland. A pretty ... More

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Blue Pig B&B (3.96 miles)

Blue Pig B&B
The Blue Pig originally known as the White Lion is situated at the top of Mill Brow which was originally known as King St. This was the main road into Kirkby Lonsdale until 1820. Coach ... More | visit website

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