Sat between the borders of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Kirkby Lonsdale boasts a mixture of historic buildings and cobbled streets. Its independent high street is brimming with shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. Furthermore, the town is a great base for exploring both the National Parks and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
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About Kirkby Lonsdale
Kirkby Lonsdale’s high street is famed for its choice of quality shops and eateries, having previously been runner up for the Great British High Street Awards. Moreover, there is a full range of amenities, including a supermarket and post office.
Devil’s Bridge is a historic 13th/13th century triple arched bridge. Running across the River Lune at the edge of Kirkby Lonsdale. It is also a popular spot for motorcyclists and families alike. There are many great areas to enjoy a picnic or a swim in the water.
Things to Do in Kirby Lonsdale
Casterton is home to the former school of the Bronte sisters, which is now the Sedbergh Casterton prep school. Casterton village is surrounded by the breath-taking countryside of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is a great option for those who wish to be away from the town yet close to the shops.
Leck is also a great option. This rural hamlet offers some truly beautiful properties. Additionally, it benefits from easy access to the M6 and into Kirkby Lonsdale.
Cowan Bridge sits on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, close to Ingleborough. It is home to some lovely family homes and has easy access to the A65.
The Property Market
Kirkby Lonsdale brings a higher price tag than some of the surrounding areas. Properties start from around £250,000 for apartments, ranging up to £1m+ for a detached property.