Bunkhouses in the Lake District : Bunkhouse in Langdale in Cumbia

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Great Langdale Bunkhouse, Great Langdale, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9JU

Great Langdale Bunkhouse offers great value accommodation for groups, families and individuals. Situated amidst some of the finest mountain scenery in England with immediate access to world class mountain biking, road cycling, walking, fell running and climbing. The whole place is set up to explore the amazing mountains and ideal for those who love the outdoors. The bunkhouse has 21 beds divided into 3 twins, 1 of 7 and 1 of 8 (all bunk beds). There is biomass central heating throughout with separate male and female shower and toilet facilities. Its always warm and has hot showers. No cooking or dining facilities but Sticklebarn Tavern is right next door serving good value lunch and dinners. A hearty breakfast is available at the nearby New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel. Well behaved dogs are allowed in a private room with owner

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Rooms & Beds:

21: 3×2, 1×7, 1×8 all bunkbeds.

Open:

All year, all day.

Price per night:

From £15pn.

Booking:

Booking is advised for all of summer, all weekends and for larger groups. 50% deposit required.

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Ben or Sabrina

Directions:

From the A591 Windermere to Keswick road at Ambleside take the A593 turn to Coniston / Torver. After two miles take the B5343 to Great Langdale via Chapel Stile. The bunkhouse is behind the Sticklebarn Tavern.

Public Transport:

Bus service 516 to Great Langdale from Ambleside, ask for New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, walk 2 mins (timetable 01946 632222).

This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available to individuals and has availability this Christmas.

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The Great Langdale Bunkhouse

The Great Langdale Bunkhouse

…pack your backpack and grab a room…

The Langdales (home of the Great Langdale Bunkhouse) have long been a favourite of visitors to The Lake District, myself included. Away from busy, busy Ambleside, with little more than a cluster of buildings, a wee church and the most convivial pubs, Great Langdale sits at the head of a valley surrounded by impressive and inviting mountains. The Langdale Pikes – a name to water the mouth of any budding Wainwright. Pike of Stickle, Loft Crag, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark: their names are as craggy and tough as the peaks themselves. 

The Bunkhouse has 5 rooms of between 2 and 8 beds – fitted out to a high standard, but no communal dining or cooking space. I might see that as an invitation to sample the delights of nearby New Dungeon Ghyll or The Stickleback Tavern.

As I write this (late October) I have just returned from a Lakeland trip and still have the clear memory of brown, broken late season heather; twiggy purple heather; icy tarns high up over precipitous valley drops; and most of all the jagged dinosaur-backs of the high peaks. Have I whetted your appetite? Pack your backpack and grab a room at the Great Langdale Bunkhouse.

 

 

Bring your dog to Great Langdale

Bring your dog to Great Langdale

The bunkhouse accepts well behaved dogs.

Great Langdale Bunkhouse offers great value accommodation for groups, families and their dogs. Situated amidst some of the finest mountain scenery in England with immediate access to the fells.  The whole place is setup to explore the amazing mountains and ideal for those who love the outdoors.   You are welcome to bring your dog to sleep in your room, but make sure you don’t leave it on its own !.  The bunkhouse is fully heated and has twin rooms,  7 bed room and 8 bed room.

Stay at Great Langdale Bunkhouse

Stay at Great Langdale Bunkhouse

And why not bring your dog

Local things to do when you stay at Great Langdale Bunkhouse include: scrambling in the Stickle Ghyll, geocaching on the fells, climbing Jack’s Rake, trekking to Bowfell, exploring the 3 local Lakes – Stickle Tarn, Blea Tarn and Little Langdale Tarn, Road cycling over Wrynose, Hardknotts and the Struggle (Kirkstone Pass), mountain biking along the byway, over the challenging climb, Arnside, Ironkeld and Grizedale or simply relaxing with a pint in the Stickle Barn Tavern.

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