Hutton Roof is a small village in South Cumbria, situated between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. We lie 4 miles east of the M6 (J36), about 4 miles from Kirkby Lonsdale. The parish includes Newbiggin and Sealford.
This is a quiet, undiscovered area with fabulous views of the Lakeland Fells, the Howgills, Ingleborough, Whernside and Morecambe Bay.
Hutton Roof Crags is one of the most impressive areas of Limestone habitat in Britain and boasts a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), an SAC, 2 NNRs and an LNR.
Our prime annual event is the Fell Race and Country Fair every Spring Bank Holiday Saturday at the end of May. As well as the fell race there is a traditional village fair with children’s sports, many attractions and the famous cakes.
For more information please look at the Hutton Roof village website www.huttonroof.org.uk
“We had a lovely time at the cottage! I definitely would go back, its such a sweet village, and I want to see kirkby lonsdale in the daylight!! The cottage is lovely, the light was on for us which was great as it was 9pm when we got there.”