Nestling in the slopes of the Howgill fells, inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park, stay at Drawell - a delightful, cosy well equipped cottage situated within its own private area and gardens on a working beef and sheep farm. Drawell has strong quaker connections. George Fox a famous quaker stayed at Drawell on his way to preach at Fox's Pulpit. (A famous quaker landmark). The cottage is equipped with modern appliances to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Bed linen is provided and a cot and highchair are available. Stunning views of the Howgill Fells and the Lune Valley. An ideal location for walking or touring the Dales or the Lake District. 2.5 miles from Sedbergh. Self catering out of season breaks min 2 nights from £60 per night. B&B accommodation in our recently extended farmhouse, one king size double room and one twin room - both en-suite. TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Evening meal by arrangement.