Stone built farmhouse on the Pennines, in east Cumbria a few miles from the A66 and the town of Kirkby Stephen. Large, self-contained top floor bedroom with super-king size bed, en-suite bathroom/shower and far-reaching views of the Pennine hills and farmland. 2 single beds can be added to accommodate families or small groups of walkers.
A separate double room, with king size bed, wash basin and adjoining bath/shower room is also available.
Stone built farmhouse in the Eden Valley on the Pennine Hills in east Cumbria. Panoramic views of the Pennines, situated in a small farming village only a short distance from the A66, in east Cumbria.
1 guest room with super king-size bed and ensuite bath/shower room.
1 more guest rooms with king size bed, wash basin and adjoining bath/shower room is available separately
Inside a warm welcome awaits - wood burning stoves, flag stone floors and traditional English furniture - please see the pictures.
Situated in the Eden Valley, near the river Eden, 3.5 miles from Kirkby Stephen, and 2 miles from the A66 trans-Pennine route.
Great Musgrave has several working farms, a picturesque church situated by the river Eden and beautiful views of the surrounding farmland and Pennine hills in east Cumbria.
Brough village is 2 miles away with pub/restaurant, although dinner is available at Musgrave House Farm if pre-booked.
Nearby Kirkby Stephen is on Wainwright's Coast to Coast walking route.
The famous Settle - Carlisle railway line (from Leeds - Carlisle) has a station at Kirkby Stephen, which is 2 miles from the town. During summer months, special steam train excursions run along this line.
A66 - 5 mins
M6 motorway - 25 mins
A1(M) - 40 mins
Free Wi-Fi, the garden, log fires (in winter!), dry facilities, TV and farm animals!
Interaction with guests
A warm friendly welcome from David and Julia.
Other things to note
You will be staying on a working farm - cows and sheep!
Please always close the garden gates to prevent the sheep from coming in!
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David originally trained as a hotel manager and worked in hotels and restaurants, then in business before moving up to Cumbria from the London area. He enjoys country pursuits and encourages others to enjoy the walks and scenery both in the Eden Valley and on the Pennines in Cumbria. David is also a keen amateur musician - he plays the piano and church organ, and sings in locals choirs. He likes to walk the 2 sheepdogs on the adjoining working farm.