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    Type B&B
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    Bedrooms 3
  • £85 - £120 per room per night

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Modern barn conversion at the centre of our farm. Relish the views over the National Park, walk the footpaths, explore, sleep deeply and enjoy our special local breakfasts.

At Crake Trees traditional skills and local materials of green oak, slate, ash and limestone create a stylish home from a nineteenth century barn. From the kitchen I see two hares leaping, pewits swoop to protest and a tiny roe deer grazes shyly, her calf hidden in the barley. Three bedrooms all with extensive views over the farm and National Park beyond. One superb  suite that is totally self contained. On the first floor, accessed from your own private entrance in the courtyard. The suite has its own dining and sitting area. One king size bedroom with shower en-suite. One twin room with balcony and shower en-suite.

The sitting room has free WiFi, TV and lovely oak furniture arond the wood burning stove.

Walk down through the fields to our community owned pub, The Butchers Arms.

Breakfast is in the downstairs dining hall around the massive oak table with views out over the farm.  A lovely Continental breakfast tray may be taken in your bedroom.

Available Extras

  • Continental Breakfast Tray brought to your room.

    A breakfast tray laid out on antique linen with homemade yoghurt and fruits. Hot crisp croissants with my own marmalade and butter, a cafetiere of fresh coffee brought to up to your room each morning at the time of your choice.......go on spoil yourselves!

  • Busy Farmers Breakfast in your bedroom.

    The Busy Farmers Breakfast Bap. Brought to you room to set you up for a busy days exploring. Perfect for those 'not-morning sociable' people! A wholemeal bap stuffed with dry cure bacon and sausage, I even manage to squeeze in a fried egg as well! All washed down with a large mug of strong tea of coffee.

  • Bottle of Sparkly ready to enjoy on arrival

    A bottle of quality Cava or Prosecco ready chilled with glasses all ready for you to enjoy.

  • A bottle of local High Cup Rose wine

    High Cup winery is the most northerly vineyard in England. It produces a limited amount of rather good rose wine , either their Eden Dawn or the crisp Rhubarb. Ready cooled with glasses, just enjoy

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    Double En-Suite 

    Michelbank
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    Sleeps 2
  • £85 - £95 per room per night

Michelbank is a large and airy bedroom  with an iron king size bed stead, lovely antique lounging chairs and 16th century oak furniture. Mickelbank has an en-suite shower and toilet. Tea making tray and free WiFi. Views to east to get the morning sun and also to the north right over the fields. Mickelbank and Howebeck are adjacent rooms in the main part of the farmhouse.

 

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    Twin En-Suite 

    Howebeck
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    Sleeps 2
  • £85 - £95 per room per night

Howebeck has antique brass twin beds beneath the beams that I used to swing from when we were stacking hay bales as a young girl. This cosy relaxing room has a en-suite super shower and toilet. The french doors open out onto a balcony that is just perfect for catching the evening sunshine. Both Howebeck and Mickelbank are adjacent rooms with the gallery library between, just right for a family or two couples.

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    Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

    Peasland
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    Sleeps 2
  • £90 - £110 per room per night

Peasland is our perfect and private first floor suite for two. Peasland is our self-contained bedroom suite up the outside stairway from the courtyard. With its own balcony to catch the evening sun, the suite looks over the ancient manor house through the fields and woodland of the farm and the Pennines and Eden valley far into the distance. Peasland has an enormous 19thC iron 4 poster bed, bright and cheerful bathroom, comfy sofa, T.V. dining table and small kitchen area with fridge and sink. Free WiFi.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Demesne
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    Sleeps 2
  • £85 - £95 per room per night

Demesne is a double room on the ground floor, with its own private entrance from the courtyard. With one wall of glass there are views right down the fields of the farm to the Pennines beyond. Demesne has a super powerful en-suite shower and TV with free WiFi. One dog is allowed (by arrangement) to share this room, £10.00/night which I donate to The Great North Air Ambulance.

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Additional Directions Information

Leave the M6 at junction 38 (Tebay). Take the B6260 for Appleby. Travel through Orton village (two miles) after one mile take the left turn to Crosby Ravensworth. Go three miles, straight through village towards Maulds Meaburn, the turning to Crake Trees is approximately two hundred metres on the left after village school. The farmhouse is one third of a mile up the lane.

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