Dinah Hoggus Camping Barn, Stonecroft, Borrowdale, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5XB
Dinah Hoggus Camping Barn is situated on the old Packhorse route to Watendlath. It is a traditional Lakeland Field Barn or Hogg House on the outskirts of the village of Rosthwaite in the Borrowdale valley. The barn is right on the Cumbria Way and the Coast to Coast walk. The sleeping area is on the first floor and 12 mattresses are provided. There is a cooking and eating area on the ground floor with tables and benches. There is electricity and water, a small electric ring cooker, microwave oven, electric kettle, toaster, clothes dryer and electric heaters. The toliet / shower room is at the end of the building and has an electric shower and washbasin. There is a pub is 300yds away and village shop 200yds away. Well behaved Dogs welcome. Sole occupancy available and if there are children under 5 you must book the entire barn for the sole use of your party. Sole use 2 night bookings only on Friday and Saturday nights. Check the Lakeland Barns website where you can book online. Thanks to Mick Garratt for use of this photo under creative licence.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Lake District and here is its own website.
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Booking office 01946 758198, Farm 01768 777689
The camping barn is situated on the outskirts of the village of Rosthwaite in Borrowdale. Take the B5289 road out of Keswick up the Borrowdale Valley for approx 6 miles. When you see the Rosthwaite village sign take first left (Hazel Bank Lane) over the hump bridge and into the left. Park beside the barn.
The local bus service out of Keswick stops at Hazel Bank Lane End (Rosthwaite), just 100yds from the barn.
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Dinah Hoggus Camping Barn is handy for the village pub on the outskirts of the village of Rosthwaite.
Dinah Hoggus Camping Barn is on the outskirts of the village of Rosthwaite in the Borrowdale valley. It provides simple dog friendly accommdation on the Coast to Coast Walk and is handy for the village pub. The camping barn was converted from a hogg house with the suport of the YHA over 20 years ago. For the last 10 years it has been part of Lakeland Camping Barns and it is now part of the Independent Hostels UK network too. Thanks to Mick Garratt for use of this photo under creative licence