Thank you to all those who have visited us at Tythebarn House over the past 11 years, hard to believe I know. We’ve met such lovely people and made many wonderful friends along the way.
The time has come to move on to pastures-new and we will be retiring from B&B in March next year.
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What a surprise as you turn the corner and peep into our little courtyard garden!
“Welcome to our NEW Garden Pod – it’s sure to make you smile. Come in, there’s scones with home-made jam and a pot of tea.”
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Wander down to the centre of our village, through wrought-iron church- gates, and you’ll find the first signs of spring.
Continue reading “Snowdrops and Spring Time”
When we were children we loved ‘a proper day out’, a special time, doing fun things as a family. A day at Cartmel Races over the recent bank holiday was that kind of day. Vic and I were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary and taking a long weekend out from B&B duties.
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A morning in May, the sun is shining and it’s time for a wander along the canal.
Continue reading “Tales from the Canal Bank: Do you like Butter?”
Many of our guests at Tythebarn House stay for one night to break up a long journey. “You’re halfway” they say, from everywhere it seems! Farleton Fell is the landmark on the M6, signalling your arrival and time to rest awhile with us here at Tythebarn House.
Maybe you would benefit from short break with us here at Tythebarn House. A quiet retreat and a respite from everyday life will leave you rested and relaxed.
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