Hillside Farm Bunkbarn, Hillside Farm, Boustead Hill, Burgh-by-Sands, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA5 6AA
Call Mrs Sandra Rudd on 01228 576398
OverviewA Georgian farmstead in a conservation area just steps away from Hadrian's Wall. Hillside Farm, in the small village of Boustead Hill, near the Solway Coast AONB and RSPB nature reserve, has stunning views over the Solway Firth marshes towards Scotland. Hadrian's Wall National Trail and Hadrian's Cycleway pass right by. Hillside farm is a working farm and the 4th generation of farmers welcome you to to the bunkbarn or the B&B rooms in the farmhouse. The bunkbarn, in a converted stable block, has cooking slabs, cutlery, crockery, a 2 ring gas stove, microwave and small electric oven. There are hot showers. Towels and sleeping bags can be hired if required. The barn is now heaterd with a bio mass boiler. Shopping deliveries can be arranged via the farmhouse and with notice you can have breakfast or bacon sandwiches. Walking, cycling and family groups are most welcome.
Beds & Rooms:12
Open:All year. 10am to 9pm.
Price per night:£13pp inc shower. £4 full english, £2.50 hot sandwiches.
Booking:Book by phone or email.
Directions:From Jnct 44 of M6 take the western bypass sign posted Workington. Follow until you reach a roundabout signed to Burgh-by-Sands and Bowness on Solway. Follow to Burgh and continue for 2 miles. After crossing cattle grid on to Marsh Road take next left to Boustead Hill then 2nd left under arches into farmyard.
Public Transport:Trains at Carlisle. Bus: Stagecoach 93 (NOT RUNNING ON SUNDAYS or BH's). Ask to get off at Boustead Hill not Burgh-by-sands.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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What mysteries lie within the Cumbrian landscape?
July 28th 2019
Balanced between the traditional border of Scotland and England… where blood was spilled defending cultures and territories, between people we now call our neighbours.
Hadrian’s Wall is a massive attraction to our guests at Hillside Farm Bunkhouse, personally what fascinates me is the pure age of it- dating back to 128 AD!
But Hadrian’s wall is far from the only attraction in our southern corner of Cumbria. Carlisle is as old as Hadrian’s Wall itself, being once known as Luguvalium in the Roman era. It all started when the governor built a wooden fort on the site of this now historic town, and soon civilian settlement built up nearby.
Come and explore for yourself… Make the most of your time by imagining the contrasts of different eras throughout time, and through new eyes you’ll soon discover incredible traces of history.
Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
January 10th 2018
Explore this stunning unspoilt area while staying at Hillside Farm B&B or Bunkhouse.
The landscape features a wide range of attractions, from Roman sites, coastal wildlife to colourful wildflowers and breathtaking views across the Solway Firth- where sparrowharks and murmurations of starlings are commonly sighted!
B&B rooms and bunkhouse on Hadrian’s Wall Path and the Solway Firth
May 26th 2017
A Georgian listed building with high ceilings and large windows with outstanding views over the Solway firth marshes to Scotland. B&B is available in double room and twin rooms with shared access to a private lounge and bathroom, or you can stay in the self catering bunkhouse. Wifi and parking. You can leave your car here if you are walking Hadrian’s Wall.
B&B is available in the Hillside Farm House. This is a Georgian listed building with high ceilings and large windows with outstanding views over the Solway firth marshes to Scotland. B&B is available in double room and twin rooms with shared access to a private lounge and bathroom. Wifi and parking. Farm house breakfast with local produce and the farms own eggs. Bed and Breakfast is from £30.00 per person per night. You can leave your car here if you are walking Hadrian’s Wall.