Hutton House B&B in Burton in Kendal - a great place to explore the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales. Whether you are here for business or leisure we will help you make the most of your stay.

Burton-in-Kendal, Carnforth lies between Lancaster and Kendal - just off junction 35 & 36 of the M6 motorway. Ten minutes In one direction is Kirkby Lonsdale and the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales (Ingleton and Sedbergh less than half an hour away). 20 minutes the other way and you're in the Lake district (Windermere, Grange over sands and Cartmel just over 30 minutes away). Alternatively, head West 20 minutes and enjoy some traditional, British, seaside spirit in Morecambe Bay or the natural beauty and nature reserves around Arnside and Silverdale.

Otherwise, just stay put and stroll down lancaster Canal, scale Farleton Knott and Holme Park Fell, visit Leighton Hall or Sizergh Castle, and then enjoy a real ale and dinner at the local, award winning pub, The King's Arms

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  • Sizergh Castle

    the castle and pond

      Sizergh Castle, just outside the borders of the Lake District is a castle with a difference; Unlike the majority of National Trust castles and stately homes, Sizergh Castle is a lived in home, as in the family  has lived and still lives there since the XIII century, and current pictures of the family sit together […]

  • Brangelina in The Lake District

    You might or might not have heard about this today, but this morning the internet was a buzz with the rumour that Brad and Angelina might be on their way to The Lakes for a family Holiday. We at Hutton House would like to offer our humble abode to the couple and children, if they […]

  • Lemon Cake

    vibrant lemon cake

                      It is not often that you come across a recipe that you absolutely love from the moment you read it, right through to completion and beyond; This Lemon cake recipe comes from Joanna Goddard’s blog, and the baker is Angharad of Eating for England. It was […]