Caldbeck Glamping Barns, Caldbeck, Lake District, Cumbria, CA7 8DZ
Call John Nicoll on 07410 694305
OverviewOpening Summer 2020, Caldbeck Glamping accommodation is in the centre of Caldbeck Village in the Northern Lake District, opposite The Odd Fellows pub. High Pike Glamping Barn sleeps 8 on single beds, Carrock Fell Glamping Barn sleeps 4 on single beds and both barns have an open plan upstairs sleeping area. The single story Bothy sleeps 2 on a double bed and the 17th Century Cottage sleeps 4. Each unit has a log burner & electric heaters, self contained shower room & toilet, self catering kitchens with all utensils, TV and WiFi. Bedding and towels are provided and the units are let for sole use rather then booking by the bed. There is also space for 2 tents. Free parking is available directly opposite the barns and throughout the village without any restrictions.
Caldbeck is a 25 minute drive from M6 motorway. 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. The Cumbria Way walk and The Reivers Cycle route pass right through the village. The Wainwright Fells of the north Lake District which are within walking distance and the area is popular with cyclists. With many pretty villages to visit on quiet roads, it makes an ideal base for a cycling holiday. There is also the option for mountain bikers exploring trails around the locally known “Back O’Skiddaw” area. Take your mountain bike up to skiddaw house and have a coffee, then explore your way back to Mosedale and then make your home to Caldbeck. Secure cycle Storage is available on site. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.
Beds & Rooms:18: 8:1x8, 4:1x4, 4:1x4, 2:1xdbl
Open:Opening Summer 2020
Price per night:High Pike £204, Carrock Fell £104, The Cottage £110, The Bothy £60.
Booking:Please book by phone or email. Office address: 9 Wordsworth Street Keswick CA12 4HU.
Directions:Oposite 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
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Cumbria Way and the Hostels with Camping map.
It has availability at Easter.
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Visit the lakes with dog friendly accommodation
December 27th 2019
Caldbeck Glamping Barns provide homely barns in an exceptionally dog friendly town situated within the Lake District
Fully decked out with log burners, Wifi and a self catering kitchen with all the utensils. Caldbeck Glamping Barns are excellent for experiencing the lakes without losing any creature comforts. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement and the village of Caldbeck is very dog friendly. All the cafes are welcoming to well behaved pooches and the pub across the road even has treats and menus for your dog. Caldbeck is a great place to bring your dog on a holiday and explore this lovely remote Lakeland area. Please note..sheep have a right of way in the village and often they wander round right pass the barns and in the village centre, it is advisable to keep your dog on a lead while walking around the village, you’ll meet a lot of like minded dog owners and your pooches will have a great time in Caldbeck
Caldbeck Glamping Barns have a large cycling barn to store your bikes in.
November 1st 2019
Whenever you are standing in this North Lakes village you will see cyclists zipping through or making a stop at the pub or cafes! Mountain bikers can explore “The Back O’Skiddaw” route, up to Skiddaw House and on to Keswick or Threlkeld then make your way back, all off road. Road cyclists will be in there element with an abundance of scenic and relatively traffic free roads. A well known loop is to cycle through Hesket, Mosedale, Mungrisedale, Threlkeld, Keswick, then to Bassenthwaite, Uldale and finishing back in Caldbeck.
We have a large cycling barn to store your bikes in, also there are stands just outside the rear of the accommodation to push your wheels in and get yourselves prepared before you set off. This is under a roof also. If you decide to keep your bike here then bring your own lock. Otherwise just leave your bike in our large barn which is locked and secure. Cycling is a pretty big thing around this area!! Whenever you are standing in the village you will see cyclists zipping through or making a stop at the pub! With plenty of cafes also, a village shop and gift shops, our accommodation is the perfect base for a cycling break or weekend exploring the lovely meandering roads of the North Lake District area.
There is also a good option for mountain bikers to explore “The Back O’Skiddaw” off road route. A mountain bike can go over to Skiddaw House and on to Keswick or Threlkeld then make your way back for a big day out! All off road!
Road cyclists will be in there element with an abundance of routes to take you through scenic and relatively traffic free roads. A well known loop is to cycle through Hesket, Mosedale, Mungrisedale, Threlkeld, Keswick, then to Bassenthwaite, Uldale and finishing back in Caldbeck.