Old Rectory, Caldbeck

  • B & B set in the unspoilt village of Caldbeck
  • Choice of twin or double room
  • Ideal for walkers or cyclists

The Old Rectory B & B is situated in the centre of the village of Caldbeck. Caldbeck is a wonderful base for those after a quieter Lake District holiday with endless walks and cycling opportunities for visitors. Caldbeck has an excellent pub (the Oddfellow Arms) serving food and a village shop only a minute or so stroll.

Further afield High Pike and the remote Northern Fells offer a choice of longer walks in an area loved by both Chris Bonnington and AW Wainwright. Caldbeck is also the main centre of civilisation on the long section of walking between Keswick and Carlisle on the northern end of the popular Cumbria Way. There is a large garden to enjoy, safe storage for bikes and a hearty breakfast in the morning.

Walks Nearby

The Remote North A long walk in the quiet and peaceful fells north of Blencathra

Caldbeck Experience. Explore the Cumbria Way, rivers and hills around Caldbeck

Bowscale Tarn & Bannerdale Crags. A quiet walk with a lovely hidden tarn, favourite of the Victorians

Area Information

Keswick & the North


Address: The Old RectoryCaldbeckWigtonCumbriaCA7 8DP
Type of Rooms: One double, one twin both ensuite. A further twin is available if booking the double.
Price Range: £45 pp.
Phone Number: 01697 478 484
Email: enquiry@oldrectorycaldbeck.co.uk
Website: http://www.glebecottagecaldbeck.co.uk/glebe008.htm