The Crooklands Hotel Bar and Restaurant

*Only valid on bed and breakfast rates and not with any other offers.

Happy Holiday 

Stay for 3 nights Bed & breakfast and get the 4th night on us

Make the most of our beautiful country forget holidaying abroad and enjoy 3 nights bed and breakfast in either a classic or deluxe room and receive your 4th night complementary. This give you the perfect amount of time to explore both the lake district and Yorkshire dales. 

Double bed and breakfast in a classic room is £110.00 per night, for the 3 nights in total is £330.00 then get the 4th night free!

Double bed and breakfast in a deluxe room is £125.00 per night, for 3 nights in total is £375.00 then get the 4th night free!

This superb break gives you chance to discover the hidden parts of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, please ask at reception for any advice on where to visit.



 Other Offers:

* The Sunday Snug

* Golf Breaks

* Indulgent Break



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New Wet Rooms

We now have 2 newly refurbished Classic Rooms with fantastic wet rooms

Golf Breaks

New Golf Breaks Coming Soon - We are currently setting an offer with Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Course, which we will be offering from Spring Time

Joining the Gin revolution

A choice of award winning gins. Try some local Lakeland Gin or the now well stocked Hendrick's Gin. All premium gins now served with the Mediterranean FeverTree Tonic.

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Customer Comments

"Stayed here overnight on the way up to Scotland. Its very convenient and with free parking, quiet location and only 5 minutes from the motorway .The room we stayed in was excellent, as good if not better than those found in most 4 star hotels and equal to many 5 star hotels. The food in the restaurant for dinner and breakfast was good value and for less than 100 pounds including breakfast it would be hard to find a hotel offering such good value for equivalent accommodation .Would certainly stay here again as good stopover on way up to Scotland"

November 2016