Five of us stayed for one night at Lands Farm whilst walking A.Wainwright's 1938 247 mile Pennine Journey. We were warmly welcomed by owner Barbara Reed on our arrival.
The two en-suite rooms (double with single with bath and twin with shower) were extremely well appointed and clean. The bathrooms contained some very nice tolietries and good quality towels.
The lounge area is in a conservatory and has a TV. There are flat screen TVs in the rooms and also tea making facilities with packs of biscuits provided. Lands Farm is a large working farm with many hundreds of acres used to raised a large herd of sheep and cattle. The farm is run by the Reed family which includes two sons.
Our breakfast was up to the usual standard of a Farmstay and the tariff was reasonable. We had our evening meal at the Hare and Hounds in the village who provided us with traditional english pub food of a good standard. This pub no longer lets out accommodation so if you need to stay in Westgate Lands Farm is the place to go.
Stayed October 2012More
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- Free Parking