Our bunkhouse is a warm and welcoming place to stop and rest. With a wood burner providing warmth and hot showers, our comfortable bed will ensure you’ll wake up the next morning recharged for another day of glorious adventures. We have three rooms providing accommodation for between one to sixteen occupants, full bedding, towels, and a continental breakfast are provided.
16: 3 rooms. (1×3, 1×5, 1×8)
£35pp per night including continental breakfast, bedding and towels.
Private rooms from £70 (2 person).
Check in from 17.00-19.00 hrs
Departure 10.00 hrs
A communal fully equipped self-catering kitchen with dinning and lounge area. A travel cot and highchair are available as required.
We have a drying room, which provides ample space to dry any wet clothes, waterproofs, and boots.
The bunkhouse is ideally suited for motorcyclists with our spacious, safe, off-road parking and makes a perfect stop off whether riding the lakes and fells of Cumbria’s spectacular Lake District national park or traveling north onto the ultimate motorcycle routes around beautiful Scotland, or south, into stunning Yorkshire, the Peak District and beyond.
We can accommodate whether you are a sole explorer or a large group within our sensitively converted farm cattle sheds. With stone walls and exposed beams, our cosey bunkhouse provides a relaxing setting with a warm wood burning stove, hot showers and a fully equipped self-catering kitchen. You will wake up refreshed ready to continue your journey.
Booking is secured with a 50% non-refundable deposit. Full payment to be received no later than 3 months prior to visit date. Cancellations excluding non-refundable deposit may be made up to 1 month preceding the proposed accommodation date by contacting me by email. After this time any refund will be discretionary.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in sole use rooms with a dog bed and bowl provided. Surcharge of £10.
This is a working farm, please be mindful of machinery and livestock. Do not allow children to be left unaccompanied around the farm, dogs must be kept on their leads around the farm.