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There is a variety of accommodation available in Orton and surrounding areas. Accommodation includes b&b, self-catering and hotels. Most now have their own web sites which can be accessed from this page for more details. Advertise accommodation on this website.
|B&B in Orton|
|The Barn House
The Barn House offers friendly and comfortable bed and breakfast in Orton. Accommodates up to six people, in three large and comfortable rooms, all ensuite. Close to coast-to-coast.
A welcoming B&B at Raisbeck, approximately 8 minutes walk from Wainwright's Coast-to-Coast trail. We have a twin bedroom and a king-size bedroom with en-suite bath.
|Self Catering in Orton|
|Fawcett Mill Holiday Cottage
Located at Gaisgill, close to Orton. A stone built cottage, furnished in comfortable country style, with oak beams, open fire, log burner, four poster beds, sauna. Sleeps up to 20.
|Sykes Holiday Cottages
A selection of self-catering properties in and around Orton sleeping between two and five people. Perfect for an active or relaxing break in the Lakes.
|B&B Near Orton|
Newbiggin-on-Lune. Tranna Hill is literally located at the foot of the Howgill fells. Many of our guests enjoy an overnight stay while on the popular coast-to-coast walk.
|Brownber Hall Country House
Newbiggin-on-Lune. 10 en-suite bedrooms. Brownber Hall is the only local accommodation with a lift. Secluded location. Ample parking.
Ravenstonedale. High standard of accommodation in the heart of Ravenstonedale. Westview lies at the foot of the Howgill fells and is within easy walking distance of local pubs.
Ravenstonedale. Sleeps 3. Lytheside Cottage is normally run on a bed and breakfast basis but is also available for self catering.
|Self Catering near Orton|
Newbiggin-on-Lune. Comfortable, charming and tasteful holiday accommodation. Sleeps 5 plus an infant in a travel cot. Refurbished 19th century barn with rustic features.
Located near Haweswater in Cumbria. A magical place for those that wish to walk or ride amid beautiful open Cumbrian landscape direct from the door of the cottage. Sleeps 8.
Ravenstonedale. Oaklea has double and twin bedrooms and is equipped with modern appliances and comforts. Offers first class self-contained accommodation.
Ravenstonedale. Voted by readers of ''The Hidden Guide to the Lake district & Cumbria'' as the best Bed & Breakfast in the area. Quote from guest book: "Seek out".
|Tarn Outdoor Centre
Ravenstonedale. Group accommodation for up to 24 people. Groups with higher numbers can be catered for by camping in the grounds of the Centre.
Ravenstonedale. Nestling at the foot of Harter Fell, 3 miles from the village of Ravenstonedale, Sandbed Cottage sleeps 4 in double and twin rooms.
Ravenstonedale. 3 luxury converted stone barns sleeping up to18. Weekend, mid week and week long breaks available. Horse riding, mountain bike hire and horse holiday livery available.
Kirkby Stephen. On the banks of the River Eden. 4 bedrooms. Situated on 100 acres of the owner’s land, around which visitors are free to roam.
Ravenstonedale. Snowdrop Cottage enjoys a tranquil setting with views on all sides of beautiful rolling Cumbrian countryside including nearby Wild Boar Fell.
|Sycamore Tree Farm
Ravenstonedale. Enjoys an isolated location in Mallerstang in the upper Eden Valley 8 miles from Ravenstonedale. Sleeps 4-6. Adjacent to the Settle-Carlisle railway.
Ravenstonedale. Sleeps 3. Lytheside Cottage is normally run on a bed and breakfast basis but is also available for weekend breaks or longer on a self catering basis.
|High Sprintgill Cottages
Ravenstonedale. Two idyllic self-catering cottages near the Eden Valley. High Sprintgill Cottage sleeps 6. Sally End Cottage sleeps 4. Secluded, peaceful and relaxing holiday breaks
Ravenstonedale. A well-equipped bungalow situated in the village of Ravenstonedale offering self-catering accommodation. Lies at the foot of the Howgills.
Crosby Garrett. A recent barn conversion in a picturesque village near Kirkby Stephen. Open lounge with wood burning stove ensures a warm and cosy environment. Sleeps 2.
|A Corner of Eden
Choose from a gorgeous Georgian Farmhouse sleeping 8, Angel Barn - a rustic eco barn sleeping 6 and then there's the cosy Shepherd's Cottage sleeping 2+. Champagne hamper included.
Waitby. An historic and luxurious holiday cottage set amid some of England's most stunning countryside, Waitby School - which is rated as five-star by Visit Britain.
|Hotels near Orton|
Ravenstonedale. Traditional lakeland hotel. Homely atmosphere. Restaurant and bars with high standard of cuisine. Traditional ales. Fine selection of wines. Real fire lounge.
Ravenstonedale. Has a reputation for fine food. Accommodation in 6 new en-suite bedrooms. Traditional bar with real ales and a warm welcome.
|Fat Lamb Country Inn
Ravenstonedale. Traditional 17th century inn, 2 miles from Ravenstonedale. Offers friendly, relaxed and informal escape from pressures of modern life. Magnificent views in all directions.
Orton is a picturesque village in Cumbria surrounded by beautuful rolling countryside that offers a wealth of interests and recreational activities. Described by Alfred Wainwright as one of Westmorland's loveliest villages, Orton enjoys an idyllic rural location while benefitting from excellent transport links to the rest of the UK.
Orton Cumbria Tourism
Orton now benefits significantly from tourism. Situated east of the M6 amid a rural landscape it is more tranquil than the Lake District National Park which lies to the west of the motorway. Orton is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, peaceful country lanes and the nearby Orton fells.Orton is also an ideal base for those wishing to explore the Lake District National Park to the west, the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the east. The Lune valley is nearby and the Upper Eden valley is only a few miles away. Further afield but within easy driving distance are the Durham moors and Northumbria.
Orton Cumbria Coast to Coast Walk
Orton lies on Wainwright's famous coast-to-coast walk that runs from St. Bees in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay in Yorkshire, a distance of 190 miles. There is excellent accommodation available in the area specifically catering for the needs of walkers.
Orton Cumbria Surroundings
Orton is surrounded by a wealth of scenery - fells, limestone pavements, country lanes, rivers and streams and a myriad of footpaths.