Dogs are welcome at Platform Cottage only
You can watch the trains whist enjoying your breakfast when you
stay a the beautifully restored Kirkby Stephen station in Cumbria.

Booking Office Cottage and Platform Cottage are both within the
station building and offer excellent self-catering accommodation
for up to 4 guests each on the famous Settle & Carlisle Line.
• Both cottages have great views

• The beautiful Eden Valley is right on your doorstep

• Passing trains include passenger, steam-hauled excursions and diesel-hauled freight trains

• The Lake District, Yorkshire Dales National Park and Hadrian’s Wall are in easy reach

• A great base for walking, cycling, and exploring - and travelling on the historic Settle & Carlisle Line

• Kirkby Stephen is 1½ miles away, and has a good range of amenities

• The area is rich in heritage, with stone circles, romantic castles and heritage projects
• Up to 7 passenger trains each way on weekdays and Saturday's, 3 on a Sunday

• 15 minutes from Junction 38 on the M6 by car
You can stay for: 7 (or 14) nights, (Friday - Friday or
Monday - Monday when available)
Long Weekend Breaks of 3 nights (Friday - Monday)
Mid-week Breaks of 4 nights (Monday - Friday)
Our Changeover days are Fridays and Mondays
Children of 7yrs and over are welcome at Platform Cottage and Booking Office Cottage
Important things to note about staying in our cottages:
The cottages are part of the main station building and sit right on the platform.
Although a quiet station, members of the public visit the station throughout the day, the last passenger
train is around 8pm. Freight trains pass through day and night time mostly during weekdays.

Kirkby Stephen Station is a mile and a half out of the town itself, and sits on a hillside overlooking
the fells and Upper Eden Valley.

Please bear all this in mind when making your booking.
Arrive time is from 3pm and departure time is by 10am
How to find us:
There are good rail links from both Leeds and Carlisle taking you right to the front door. By car we
are just 15 minutes from junction 38 of the M6, follow the A685 (signposted Brough) for 9 miles.

The station access road being on your right immediately after passing under the railway bridge.
If coming from the East, take the A66 at Scotch Corner, then at Brough the A685 to Kirkby Stephen.
Pass through the town and the station is a mile further on, up the hill on your left. Please don’t get
confused with Kirkby Stephen East station, (Stainmore Railway a heritage site), at the bottom of the hill!
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