Stay Howgills Barn, Murthwaite, Ravenstonedale, Kirkby Stephen, CA17 4LP
Call Lynda Livesey on 07767 731387
Accommodation on the Pennine Journey in RavenstonedaleStay Howgills is a beautiful converted stone barn nestling in the rugged beauty of the Cumbrian hills midway between Kirkby Stephen and Sedbergh. Situated at the end of a long farm track, with stunning views in every direction, Stay Howgills offers guests peace and tranquility, a cozy and superbly comfortable base and access to miles of amazing walking and cycling from the doorstep.
Stay Howgills can sleep a total of 16. 14 in the Barn and 2 in the Bothy. These can be booked together or separately.
The Barn sleeps 14 in 4 rooms. There are 2 double rooms, 1 room with 2 singles & 1 set of bunks and another room with 2 sets of bunks. There's a spacious open planing living area, with a well equipped kitchen, comfy sofas, and plenty of dining space. With underfloor heating and a small laundry, attention has been paid to every last detail to ensure guests have everything they need including superfast fibre broadband. The barn is reserved for sole use bookings at the weekends (min 2 nights stay), but mid-week you can book by the bed or the room.
The Bothy is a stylish & quirky micro-hostel with a double bed on a mini mezzanine floor. This can be booked separately or with the barn.
Stay Howgills is the perfect base for walkers or cyclists. Wainwright's Pennine Journey literally passes the front door. The popular waterfall beauty spot of Cautley Spout is a lovely walk away, through the ancient and unspoilt woodland of Murthwaite Park while the Pennine Bridleway is close by.
Outside there's a garden, patio, seating, a firepit, hammock and BBQ, plus ample parking and a secure bike shed.
Beds & Rooms:16: Barn: 2x2 (dbls), 1x4 (bunks), 1x6 (2 sgls + bunks). Bothy; 1xdbl. Plus camping
Price per night:Barn from £390. Barn & Bothy from £420 (min 2 nights). Please enquire for mid week rooms and beds.
Booking:Please phone to check availability and to book
Directions:Take the A683 from either Sedbergh or Kirkby Stephen (each are about 7 miles away). Turn off where you see a chapel and meander up the farm track for 0.9 miles – sometimes there are a couple of gates to open on the way. The lane is a country farm track and not suitable for very low or precious vehicles!
- The nearest station is Kirkby Stephen on the Settle to Carlisle line. Then bus to Fell End Chapel (Western Dales Bus)
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The perfect place for Walkers or Mountain Bikers
November 27th 2023
Stay Howgills has so much to offer walkers or mountain bikers. Tucked away in Ravonstonedale in the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales there are numerous walking and mountain biking routes close by. In fact Wainwright’s Pennine Journey literally passes the front door. A former stone barn, the accommodation has been carefully planned with guests comfort at the heart of the decision making. Underfloor heating, comfy sofas, a laundry, super fast fibre broadband await you after a day’s activity. Outside there’s a garden, patio, seating, a firepit, hammock and BBQ, plus ample parking and a secure bike shed. What more could you ask for??