Bramble Cottage, Sedbergh

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Bramble Cottage,
39 Woodside Avenue,
Sedbergh,
Cumbria,
LA10 5EY

O.S. 1:25,000, Outdoor Leisure Map 19,
Howgill Fells and Upper Eden Valley,
Grid. Ref. 653923.

Harvey's 1:25,000, Superwalker,
Howgill Fells.

O.S. and Harvey's maps are available in the Community Information Centre at 72 Main Street, Sedbergh, along with various other maps and guides.

N.B. On some older maps, Woodside Avenue is not shown. Instead the area appears as the Cattle Market it once was.

By Road

From the M6 (Junction 37), Kendal or Kirkby Lonsdale — you will approach the centre of Sedbergh from the West. Pass Close's Garage on the right, then Morphet's Garage on the left. After a further 200 yards you will see the Spar supermarket set back from the road on the left. Woodside Avenue is almost immediately after this, on the left. Follow Woodside Avenue through a number of twists and turns, almost to the end. Bramble Cottage is on your left.

From Kirkby Stephen or Hawes — you will approach the centre of Sedbergh from the East. At Sedbergh's one and only mini roundabout turn right. After fifty yards, follow the main road round to the left, pass The Dalesman pub on the corner of Howgill Lane, then take the second turning to the right. This is Woodside Avenue. Follow Woodside Avenue through a number of twists and turns, almost to the end. Bramble Cottage is on your left.

From Dent — you will approach the centre of Sedbergh from the South. At Sedbergh's one and only mini roundabout go straight on. After fifty yards, follow the main road round to the left, pass The Dalesman pub on the corner of Howgill Lane, then take the second turning to the right. This is Woodside Avenue. Follow Woodside Avenue through a number of twists and turns, almost to the end. Bramble Cottage is on your left.

By Train

From Oxenholme Station (West Coast Main Line from London to Glasgow), there are buses that run a few times a day. The bus stop is on the main road at the top of the station approach on the Platform 1 side of the station. Once in Sedbergh, get off at the library (opposite the Dalesman pub). For timetables see www.cumbria.gov.uk and www.westerndalesbus.co.uk.

Dent and Garsdale Stations (Settle–Carlisle Line), are about ten miles from Sedbergh. There are occasional buses to and from these stations on certain days during the summer months. For details see the www.westerndalesbus.co.uk website.

The biggest local taxi companies are Woofs of Sedbergh (015396–20414) and Castle Taxis (01539–726233).

For more travel information, Sedbergh Gateway and Sedbergh.Org.Uk websites.

Enquiries & Booking

For further information, or to book, please e–mail Mrs. Belinda Strachan at bstrachan@live.co.uk or ring 07816–532749.

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"It was very close to shops and pubs in the town. The walking in the Howgill hills is excellent.!" — Mr. C., Whitley Bay