Kirkby Lonsdale is a pictureque market town on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District .
Flanking the three counties of Cumbria, Lancashire and North Yorkshire, as it does, the town offers a tranquil and picturesque base from which to explore the English Lake District, The Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland. Kirkby Lonsdale itself is a historic, quaint market town with a growing reputation for high quality independent shopping as well as excellent restaurants, cafes, and bars. (Market day Thursdays).
The Town is notably home to the 14th century Devil's Bridge, as well as Ruskin's View, which inspired a painting by artist JMW Turner in 1822, and the poet John Ruskin to declare 'I do not know in all my country, still less in France or Italy , a place more naturally divine'. With so much to see and do in the area, you can choose to keep yourself busy or perhaps simply relax and enjoy the peace and beauty that Kirkby Lonsdale has to offer. Whatever you are looking for, Kirkby Lonsdale is there to be discovered.
Eating in and near Kirkby Lonsdale
Avanti, 57 Main Street, Kirkby Lonsdale - 015242 73500
Lunesdale Arms, Main Street, Tunstall - 015242 74203
Pheasant Inn, Casterton - 015242 41230
Plough Inn at Lupton, Cow Brow, Lupton - 015395 67700
Platos, 2 Mill Brow 015242 74180
The Highwayman. Burrow - 015242 733335
The Royal Hotel, Market Street - 015242 71966
The Whoop Hall - Burrow - 0153242 71284
Sun Inn , 6 Market Street - 015242 71965
Pubs - The Plough Inn, The Orange Tree, Red Dragon, Snooty Fox
Good Food - The Deli off the Square, The Milking Palour, Jingling Lane Chippy, Water Lily