Bewcastle is one of the last unspoilt areas of Britain. Farmed,
lived in and fought over for three thousand years, it still retains
the rugged splendour of the border regions. This is the haunt of
buzzard, curlew and lapwing. While sheep now graze over much of the
land, the fells and 'wastes' have changed little since prehistoric
Bewcastle is an ideal centre, both to explore, and as a base
for visiting the nearby Lake District, Pennines, Cheviots,
Scottish Lowlands and Northumberland coast. While the roads
in the national parks fill to distraction, Bewcastle's
labyrinthine lanes and tracks see more sheep than cars.
Good food, comfortable accommodation, walking, cycling, horse
riding, ornithology, music and a rich historical past.....
Leave your stress behind and visit us in Bewcastle.