Based in the beautiful Lakeland town of Keswick we offer the perfect base to explore and enjoy all the Lake District national park has to offer.
We can provide a diverse range of accommodation from one person for one night right up to a group booking of 58 people!
Our activities include Climbing, Abseiling,Raft building, Ghyll Scrambling, Canoeing, Archery, Mountain Biking and Guided hill walks - including bespoke Navigation training.
So whether you are an individual wanting a friendly, informal getaway, a family looking for a great value break or a company in search of an ideal team building environment then contact us to find out what we can do for you!
Simple, clean, comfortable rooms and dormitories offer a variety of options to cater to the needs of just about any sized party...from 1 to 58!
Our 2012 accommodation prices are £16 pppn on weekends i.e. Fridays and Satu…
Rookhow is a comfortable and stylish self catering bunkhouse in the converted stables of the historic Rookhow Meeting House, dating from 1725. It is situated within its own 12 acres of Quakers Wood (bonfire site!) in the beautiful Rusland Valley which is situated between Lakes Windermere and Coniston Water on the fringe of the famous Grizedale Forest Park. Rookhow sleeps 20 and can cater for more with camping adjoining the centre and in the private 12 acres of woods.
The accommodation has 6 large pine bunks and 2 single beds in the downstairs room and 7 single pine beds and 2 bunks upstairs in a split level room. There are 3 bed settees in the lounge. The main lounge-common room is open plan with easy chairs and wood burner at the lounge end and the dining space and kitchen at the other. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric range (double oven), microwave, fridge/freezer an…
Fell End Bunkhouse is perfectly situated in open countryside amongst the hills of the Yorkshire Dales and within easy access of the Lake District.
Previously a school and a field study centre which served the locality, it has now been upgraded to provide useful bunkhouse-style hostel accommodation for people wishing to explore this beautiful and wild area.
Fell End consists of two 18th century buildings; the Schoolhouse and Greenslack. They have been upgraded to provide comfortable hostel accommodation for people wishing to explore this beautiful area, overlooking the unspoilt splendour of the Howgill Fells. Perfect for mixed groups, families and people with mobility problems. Walking, cycling, canoeing, caving nearby and the Lake District is only 20 miles away.
The Schoolhouse (white building) sleeps up to 8 people in bunks in the central communal area, plus an extra bed in a…
Bents Camping Barn in Newbiggin-on-Lune, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria is a stone built shepherd’s cottage on a traditional hill farm offering basic self catering / hostel accommodation for up to 14 people.
Our barn has electric lighting and power points throughout (£1 coin meter) and there are 2 sleeping rooms on the first floor. On the ground floor there is a kitchen with cooking area a dining area with tables and benches and a WC with washbasins.
The kitchen includes: crockery, cutlery, toaster, microwave, 3 electric cooking rings, 2 electric kettles. Overflow camping available with sole occupancy bookings - Contact Barn direct for details.
Good walking in the Howgill Fells, Wild Boar Fell, Crosby Garret Common, Smardale Gill Nature Reserve and Sunbiggin Tarn. There is fishing at the farm in the village.
Excellent mountain biking country. Buses to and from Kirkby Stephen.
Grasmere Bunk House offers flexible accommodation which can cater for individual bookings, family rooms, small groups and large groups. We are situated in the heart of the Lake District at Grasmere.
The 4 roomed separate bunk house sits alongside the main residence underneath Helm Crag with views of the Easedale Valley. This is an independent 16 bedded space suitable for mixed types of groups.
Private parking, electric car charging points, mountain bike hire, cycle store, drying room, licensed bar, cinema film screenings and spacious grounds completes the experience.
From a simple eggs on toast to a wedding breakfast, Thorney How is able to cook up a feast. Thorney How is open all year round and we’re very happy to serve you whatever the weather. We have a full breakfast menu from simple cereals, juice, toast and jam to a regular full English. Order when you book or the night b…