Appleby Hotels

Appleby is a pretty historic market town and is probably best known for the Appleby Horse fair and annual traveller’s fair that draws visitors from across the UK. It offers it’s many visitors a great range of accommodations through a catalogue of Appleby Hotels; these are crafted to suit the business executive, the family group, the honey moon couple and those just requiring a relaxing break.

The town’s most striking feature is its main street which leads uphill from the notable church cloister past the old market hall to Appleby Castle. The town’s most striking historic building is the 12th Century Church which houses the oldest working organ in Britain. As the town is based on the River Eden and at the foot of the Pennines it provides plenty of great hiking opportunities, it is the start point for walks to High Cup Nick, Cross Fell and Dufton Pike

Proudly Appleby hosts the best preserved railway station on the whole of the scenic Settle-Carlisle line The Appleby Horse Fair is its biggest yearly event and draws travelling families from across the country, parading hundreds of horses and attractively decorated traditional caravans. Sometime in June, dates do vary; the annual Jazz Festival takes place it is the biggest cultural attraction bringing in some big names and thousands of visitors.

Appleby is indeed a beautiful town and attracts many visitors as is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of the Lake District it. The town hosts a good range of Appleby Hotels. Local hotels tend to be privately owned and welcome guests with great pride and friendly service as well as offering modern facilities. Both business travellers and those seeking special spaces for social events will be excited by the venues offered by the hotels.

The Appleby Hotels will delight all who visit this historic town and suit all manner of visitors and ensure returns lest the memories fade.