Sedbergh lies at the confluence of the River Rawthey and the River Dee near the western end of Garsdale at the foot of Winder and the Howgill Fells.

Nearby attractions include Cautley Spout and Cautley Crags on the shoulder of the Calf - the Howgills' highest point.

Sedbergh itself is famous for its second hand and antiquarian bookshops, and has for this been designated as a "book town".

Despite its rural location Sedbergh is within easy reach of the M6, with junction 37 and Killington Lake being close by.

Accommodation in and around Sedbergh

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