Run by: Stuart & Janice Walker
This traditional beamed cottage is right on the route and prides provides a warm welcome at the end of a tiring day. Only 10 minutes walk from the Allenheads Inn, the rooms have a private bathroom, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Excellent breakfast to set you up for the final day of the journey. Comfortably sleeps 6.
Rooms: 1D/F; 1 with bunks. B&B: £30-£32. Pk lunch: please pre-order. Free wi-fi. Drying room & secure storage.
Tel: 01434 685294
Mob: 07816 635304
Run by: Julie Macdonald
Bunkhouse and campsite right on C2C route about 1.5 miles before Allenheads Village. There are 2 rooms in the Bunkhouse, each sleeping 6 people. The campsite is small but secluded right at the back of the Bunkhouse. There are showers and a locked bike shed for the Bunkhouse. No kitchen facilities and booking is essential. Evening meals available in the village.
Rooms: 2 - 6 bunks each + 2 showers. Camping: £7 pppn. B&B: £25. Packed lunch: please give a day or so advance warning. On C2C route. Pub: in the village. Drying facilities and secure lock-up.
Run by: Pat & Terry McMullon
Newhouses was built in 1788 by Sir Thomas Blackett. Standing 1400 feet above sea level, it was originally a short row of cottages provided for workers in the Allenheads Leadmines. Warm and comfortable with fantastic views over the fells and open all year, there are 5 beds in 2 twins and a single room. One is en-suite while the other shares a bathroom with the single room. We live in the adjoining cottage but you have your own sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
Run by: Helen Ratcliffe & Alan Smith
The Victorian Schoolhouse has a newly refurbished accommodation wing which includes a large open plan area with big comfy sofas, wood burning stove and built in kitchen. Approx 100 metres from C2C route and pub with spectacular views over village and North Pennines.
B&B: £28 - £35. Rooms: 2T and 2 bunk rooms (4 beds in each). Max 12 beds. 2 bathrooms with shower. Pk lunch: no. Eve meal: pub. Secure cycle storage.
Tel: 01434 685040
Mob: 07966 257276
Run by: Angela Carr
Charming little stop-off with an airy courtyard, the Hemmel is somewhere between a cafe and a restaurant serving wine, bottled beers, coffee and tea. Angela Carr, who took over in 2012, offers locally sourced home cooking and serves breakfast until 11.30. The menu is seasonal and you could see anything from spicy seared prawn salad to hearty and filling soups, pies and stews. Homemade desserts and cakes are to die for.
Run by: Sarah Brewis
Central heating, secure bike lockup, drying room, separate showers. 4 bed new self-catering cottage to rent next to Allenheads Lodge.
Run by: Ann & Phil Homer
18th century village inn and a must for cyclists who enjoy atmosphere, hospitality and all-round rustic comfort. Fine ales and big helpings of tasty fare. CAMRA and Good Pub Guide. Single occupancy restricted during busy season.