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Harbut Law

3 Self rated

Harbut Law Brampton Road, ALSTON CUMBRIA, CA93BD

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About the hotel

Set high in the North Pennines 1 mile out of Alston Harbut law is a large Victorian family home, with spacious and comfortable rooms enjoying picturesque views of the surrounding countryside. Ideal location for walkers and cyclists as we are on the Pennine Way and the C2C cycle route. With The Lake District, Hadrians Wall, Co Durham and the Scottish borders all within an hours drive we are an ideal base for discovering the North of England.

The town of Alston is an old lead mining town in Cumbria, there is no lead mining here now but our history can be seen all around, so much so that we are used for the setting of period dramas such as Catherine Cookson films and the latest production of Oliver Twist for the BBC.

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Showing Monday 24 October 2016 to Tuesday 25 October 2016

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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Smoking allowed in public areas, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
Car parking available onsite
In Room Entertainment
TV, Satellite TV, Radio
[Channels] News

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16:30 21:00
Max Child Age
Up to 16 years old
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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  • John Basing

  • April 2016

Stunning spot.

Fabulous house, dating back to the 19th Century.

We felt very welcome, and any needs we had were catered for. Susan even drove us to the local restaurant and collected us, as my travelling companion has bad knees and could not manage the 1 mile walk. Highly recommended, and we will be staying there, again.

  • Paul M

  • August 2015


A great guest house in an ideal location for exploring the North Pennines area.

Very helpful owners who let two friends camping nearly come for breakfast. Lovely, comfortable room. Reasonably value too.