Greengill Barn, Greengill Barn, Strickland Road, Morland, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3AX
A converted traditional barn on the edge of Morland in Cumbria’s rolling Eden Valley, close to the Lake District and handy for the M6. Great for weekend gatherings of family or friends wanting to visit the Lake District, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales and the Borders. Accommodating 16 in 2 bunk rooms, a large fully equipped kitchen/dining room and a huge beamed recreation room with sofas, armchairs, pool table, library, dartboard and card table and music system. A great space for a party. Night storage heating. 3 Mira sports showers, 3 loos. Small campsite and two self-catering cottages next door. The Eden Valley is an idyllic cycling area with quiet rolling roads and wonderful views. Greengill Barn is on National Cycle Route 71 and new Wiggo’s Loop on C2C. Secure bike storage, ideal for road cyclists and mountain bikers. Good local walking and easy access to lakes and fells. BYO food and drink or just 4 mins’ walk to The Mill Yard Café for Friday night pizzas, full English breakfasts, coffees, lunches and take-aways. The Crown Inn opposite serves real ale, and weekend meals.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Lake District and here is its own website.
or call Freddy Markham on
01931 714244 Mob: 07831 428541
Min 2 nights: £590 then £160 per night. Own sleeping bags free, or duvet, pillow, towel £5. Dogs £20.
Exclusive group use only. Minimum 2 nights. 30% non-returnable deposit to confirm. Balance due a month before arrival. Payable online or by cheque.
Last building in Morland on road to Great Strickland. CA10 3AX
Nearest rail station and bus station in Penrith, 7 miles
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Greengill is a unique collection of self-catering cottages, campsite, and a bunk barn in a pretty village in Cumbria’s Eden Valley.
Greengill is a unique collection of self-catering cottages, a campsite, and a bunk barn on the edge of the pretty village of Morland, in Cumbria’s lovely Eden Valley. Each can be rented separately or together by a group of family or friends. The village of Morland, seven miles south east of Penrith, is a central base for touring the Lakes, the Yorkshire Dales and daytrips to Hadrian’s Wall. It is a cyclist’s paradise with rolling hills and splendid views. The village of Morland is easily accessible from the M6 in a quiet and beautiful location. It has a cafe, The Mill Yard, and a pub, the Crown Inn.