Caldbeck Glamping Barns, Caldbeck, Lake District, Cumbria, CA7 8EA
Call Alexander Nicoll on 07410694305
OverviewCaldbeck Glamping accommodation is in the centre of Caldbeck Village in the Northern Lake District. Step back in time with these newly renovated grade 2 listed barns dating from 1666.
The Cumbria Way walk and The Reivers Cycle route pass through the village. The Wainwright Fells of the north Lake District are within walking distance and the area is popular with cyclists. With many pretty villages to visit on quiet roads, this is an ideal base for a cycling holiday. Mountain bikers can explore trails around the “Back O’Skiddaw” fells. Mountain bike up to Skiddaw House (which is also in on this website) have a coffee, then explore your way back via Mosedale to Caldbeck.
Hayloft Glamping Barn sleeps 8 on single beds. High Pike Glamping Barn sleeps 6 on single beds. Both barns have one open plan bedroom, a shower room with toilet, kitchen, TV, WiFi and log burner. The Bothy sleeps up to 3 on a sleeping platform, it has a kitchen, shower room with toilet and exclusive use of the Finnish Sauna.
Use of the Sauna is also available to groups booking the main barns (for a fee) if the Bothy is not occupied.
Please bring your own sleeping bags. Pillows, pillow cases & towels are provided. If you require a fully made bed please ask for a price.
There is also space for up to 3 two person tents (please check if this is available as an individual booking or as part of a larger group). Free parking is available directly opposite the barns and throughout the village without any restrictions.
All the units are let for sole use but rates for individuals may be available. Please get in touch to enquire.
The village has many amenities including a general store & shop (open every day) with petrol station. Hairdressers, ice cream parlour & cafe, gift shops. Also the “The Priest Mill” which is an arts & crafts centre, with gift shops and cafe.
Secure cycle storage is available on site. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.
Beds & Rooms:17: Hayloft 8:1x8, High Pike 6:1x6, Bothy 3:1x3 plus 4 camping
Price per night:From: Hayloft £170, High Pike £120, Bothy £100. Tent £20.
Booking:Minimum of 2 nights booking. Book online, by phone or email. Office address: Midtown Cottage, Caldbeck, Cumbria, CA7 8EA
Directions:Caldbeck is a 25 minute drive from M6 motorway. The glamping barns are opposite The Odd Fellows Pub in the centre of Caldbeck village.
Public Transport:Nearest train station and bus station is at Wigton, Cumbria which is 7 miles away.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Cumbria Way
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May 9th 2021
Tucked away the quiet north Lake District, Caldbeck Glamping barns is the ideal place to fulfil all your glamping needs.
Calm and inviting Caldbeck has a wonderful atmosphere to help you relax and reset. Warm evenings spent round the firepit are hard to beat. Even more so when you know the pub is just over the road. Maybe you’d prefer a lounge in the sauna? Just what the doctor ordered. The ideal way to recover after a day of cycling or stand up paddle boarding ( all available to hire at caldbeck). But of course the choice is all yours, the Lakes have something for everyone.
New glamping barns opening onto a world of wonderful lakeland walks
October 19th 2020
Caldbeck Glamping Barns offer a variety of small self-contained units right next to the Cumbria Way and close to many other routes.
Geared up for walkers, all bedding and towels are provided and there’s a fully equipped self-catering kitchen. There’s a shop in the village for your provisions and there’s a pub over the road which serves great food. As well as giving you immediate access to the Cumbria Way, the John Peel Trail also runs past the doorstep. The Lake District Boundary Walk, and the Tops of The North are both within 1km. The Old Crown Round and Wainwrights Remote Lakeland and Back O’Skiddaw are within 2km. Many more routes are within 5km. If you walk with your dog he/she is welcome too.
Barefoot visitor stumbles across Caldbecks hospitality
September 8th 2020
Cam left Edinburgh University and started to walk 1000 miles to Devon… barefoot! Offering a place to kip, warmth of the fire & Cumbrian fayre seemed the right thing to do.
The weary Traveller, who tyred, sought
In places distant farre, yet found no end
Of paine or labour, nor his state to mend:
At last with joy is to his home backe brought.
Findes not more ease though he with joy be fraught,
When past is feare content like soules ascend:
Then I, on whom new pleasures doe descend,
Which now as high as first-borne blisse is wrought.
He tyred with his paines, I with my minde;
He all content receiues by ease of lymbs:
I, greatest happinessse that I doe finde,
Beliefe for faith, while hope in pleasure swimmes.
Truth saith ’twas wrong conceit bred my despight,
Which once acknowledg’d, brings my hearts delight