Broadrake Bunkbarn, Broadrake, Chapel-le-Dale, Ingleton, LA6 3AX
Call Mike & Rachel Benson on 01524 241357
OverviewA stunning location on a popular bridleway with far reaching views to Ribblehead, Park Fell and Ingleborough. This old agricultural building has been renovated to a very high standard with bedrooms, showers, toilets and drying room on the ground floor and an upstairs open-plan area with exposed beams, excellent kitchen facilities, dining area and seating area with large, comfortable sofas. A small resources room has a good selection of books, maps and games. There is free superfast fibre WiFi but limited mobile phone reception. The Dales High Way long distance path passes the door and the Pennine Journey LDP is just a field away, making it an ideal overnight stop. The Three Peaks can be walked from the door avoiding the crowds at Horton. Plenty of other walking, biking and caving opportunities in the area as well as the Ingleborough NNR across the valley and the limestone pavement of Scales Moor a short walk away. Broadrake is in a fantastic Dark Skies area too.
Beds & Rooms:20: 1x8, 2x4, 2x twin.
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:Weekends: £900 for 2 nights sole use. Mid-week: £20pp or £360 a night sole use. £5pp bedding/towel hire.
Booking:Confirm availability by phone or email
Directions:From B6255 turn onto Philpin lane. Go through the farmyard and across 5 cattle grids just before 6th cattle grid turn right onto unmade track. Do not attempt Philpin Lane if flooded retire to the Hill Inn and phone from there.
Public Transport:Ribblehead Station is about 2 miles away by footpaths. Free pick-up from/to the station may be possible by prior arrangement.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel' and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the walking festivals page, the Dales High Way, the Three Peaks, the Settle to Carlisle railway, the Luxury Barn page, the ideal for retreats page and the Dales Way.
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Broadrake Bunkbarn in the Yorkshire Dales 3 Peaks to reopen 4th July
June 23rd 2020
For the month of July we are offering sole use for up to 10 people for half price – that’s £450 for a 2 night weekend for 10.
Additional guests charged per head.
We are planning to open from 4th July though we are still waiting for clarification on guidelines from the government. In the first instance we will just be taking bookings for sole use and it looks likely that we will be able to receive groups consisting of one or two households. Separate households will need to practice social distancing but as the Bunkbarn usually sleeps up to 20 that should not be too difficult.
For the month of July we will offer sole use for up to 10 people at half price, so that’s £450 for a two night weekend or £180 per night midweek. If you have more than 10 across your two households it’s an extra £25 pppn at weekends or £20 pppn midweek.
Do get in touch if you are interested. We have some free weekends and good midweek availability. It is possible that other weekends may become available if the new guidelines don’t work for our existing bookings.
Away from mobile signal in the thick of nature
March 4th 2020
Broadrake Bunkbarn is nestled in the Yorkshire dales. Far removed from the over stimulation of city life. A truly wonderful location for a retreat.
Broadrake hosts a number of yoga retreats. These will be listed in our workshops programme and should be booked through the yoga instructors. The peaceful surroundings of Yorkshire allow for calming meditation. Suitable for groups or individuals in need of some tranquility.
A perfect venue for DIY workshops
August 28th 2019
Are you looking for somewhere special, but not too expensive, for a residential workshop or retreat? Look no further than Broadrake Bunkbarn, near Ingelton in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Sympathetically converted from an ancient stone barn to an exceptionally high standard, Broadrake bunkbarn lends itself to a whole variety of residential workshops. The wonderfully large and light first floor living and dining area with its polished oak floor is perfect for yoga, crafting, painting etc. The lovely large lawned area at the front of the barn, with stunning views across to Ribblehead viaduct (of the Settle to Carlisle railway fame) can be used when the weather is good. And for the more messy pursuits there’s a purpose built outdoor studio area that can be used by arrangement. With great value accommodation for up to 20, superfast broadband, stunning scenery and footpaths leading to two pubs what more could you want?