Next time you stay with us here at Tythebarn House, make sure to visit our all-time favourite Coffee and Cake stops. Continue reading “Coffee and Cake”
Swanning along on a windy day.
Wander down to the centre of our village, through wrought-iron church- gates, and you’ll find the first signs of spring.
Stay awhile at Tythebarn House
There’s so much to see and explore around this area. The Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Arnside & Silverdale AONB and wildlife haven of the Morecambe Bay area are all within easy reach.
Breakfast is something special at Tythebarn House B&B. There’s local produce on the menu along with Diana’s home-baked bread and preserves made with fruit from the allotment.
There are usually three choices when it comes to booking your breakfast.
- Full-English Breakfast. A choice is available for vegetarians and vegans – please let us know in advance of your stay.
- Breakfast on a Tray –For those who love an early or more leisurely approach to the morning; Suitable for vegetarians. Easily adapted for vegans – please let us know in advance of your stay.
- Bed and Break – catering for yourself in your own kitchenette.
Seeing is believing, so here goes….
There was a beautiful, gentle autumn light on the evening I took this photograph. It was so peaceful and made me think how special it is to share our corner of Cumbria with guests who travel our way and pause for a while.
I’d been pondering on how we need to be kinder to ourselves…..
Patterns in nature were in abundance as we wandered down through the woods, following the rustic signposts for Jenny Brown’s Point.
Wandering through the village and down to the allotment to gather a bunch of harvest-time goodies, signs of autumn are all around.