We thoroughly enjoyed staying at this farmhouse and bed and breakfast. It wasn’t the best of weather, but the warm welcome made up for it. We marvelled at how it was like a time warp, nothing had changed over the years it seemed. We even had an eiderdown on our bed, which was comfortable and spacious. Old fashioned wall paper adorned the walls and antique furniture filled the room. As we had eaten fish and chips in nearby Ingleton when we arrived at lunchtime, we used the guest lounge which was provided for our comfort, with an old TV and books and peace and quiet, to eat our sandwiches, purchased from nearby Kirkby Lonsdale,( which was well worth a visit.) There was no one around, you could just see passing traffic from upstairs but it was so quiet. At breakfast the old lady, a great grandma, told us that people often stayed in spring to see the lambs being born. Her son and grandson helped people to experience it for themselves! The breakfast was very good and the coffee divine. The scenery is so beautiful around here too and the Ribblehead Viaduct stunning to see, only a few short minutes drive from the farmhouse. Its set in wild scenery where sheep and rivers and wild grasses and wildlife abound. We shall be back for sure.