Hudscales Camping Barn, Hudscales, Hesket Newmarket, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8JZ
Hudscales Camping Barn is part of a group of traditional farm buildings, situated at 1000ft on the northern-most flank of the Lakeland Fells. It overlooks the villages of Caldbeck and Hesket Newmarket and is in an ideal position for exploring the northern fells. It is situated right on the Cumbria Way.
Sleeping accommodation is on the ground floor along with a separate cooking and eating area. You will need to bring sleeping bags and mats. If you wish to cook bring a camping stove and all utensils / crockery. There is a separate toilet and wash basin and a metered shower. A wood-burning stove is provided for added comfort (logs extra) and there is electric lighting plus metered power points, electric heaters are provided if required. There’s also a games room with pool table and dart board. Check the website http://www.lakelandcampingbarns.co.uk and book online.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Lake District and here is its own website.
or call Booking office / William or Judith on
Booking office: 017687 74301/Farm: 016974 77199
All year, all day.
£10 per person.
Book online. Bookings preferred but not essential.
Booking office / William or Judith
Leave M6 at J41 and take B5305 for Wigton. After approx 9 miles take left turn for Hesket Newmarket. Drive to top end of village and take left turn for Fellside. Hudscales Camping Barn is approx 1 mile on left up a lane.
Penrith station 12 miles. Carlisle station 15 miles. No buses from Penrith. Limited service from Carlisle. Taxi fare from Carlisle approx £20.
This accommodation is available to individuals.
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Hudscales Barn, part of the Lakeland camping barn network
Hudscales Barn is one of 17 camping barns in the Independent Hostels network. The camping barns were set up by the Youth Hostel Association 20 years ago to provide simple accommodation in rural areas for walkers and cyclists. The Lakeland barn network was formed 10 years ago by a group of Lake District camping barns who left the YHA network. The YHA have now withdrawn their support for nearly all camping barns and the most complete record of EX-YHA camping barns is available here on the Independent Hostel Guide website.