Camping Barn accommodation on the Pennine Way, run by National Trust at Malham Tarn.

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Malham Tarn Bothies, Malham Tarn Estate, Waterhouses, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PT

Malham Tarn Bothies, on the National Trust Malham Tarn estate in North Yorkshire, offer basic camping barn accommodation right on the Pennine Way. Opening in April 2019 the two bothies, Ragged Robin Bothy and Meadowsweet Bothy will each sleeps 6 people on bunk bed platforms. Treat it like camping but without the tent, so you need to bring camping mats, sleeping bags and cooking equipment. There is one external toilet and wash up area with cold water, shared between the bothies. No heating or lighting, so a perfect location for those who want to escape technology and enjoy dark skies. Dogs are allowed by arrangement and there is car parking space for one car per bothy. Once up and running in April 2019, the bothies will have an opening season from April to October each year. Photo Copyright Robin Sutton

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Malham Tarn Bothies | Camping Barn accommodation on the Pennine Way, run by National Trust at Malham Tarn.

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Rooms & Beds:

12: Ragged Robin Bothy 6:1×6, Meadowsweet Bothy 6:1×6

Open:

Opening April 2019. April to Oct.

Price per night:

£30 per bothy in low season, £40 in high season.

Booking:

One nights stays are welcome, accept for Fridays and Saturdays when there is a minim 2-night stay.

Directions:

The bothies are about a 15 minute walk from Malham Tarn.

Public Transport:

The bothies are about a 15 minute walk from Malham Tarn.

This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is in a National Park, is available to individuals and is on the camping barn map, the National Trust Bunkhouses map and the Pennine Way.

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