Green Barn Cottages – 5 Star Dog Friendly Cottages Nr Lakes and the Dales
Green Barn Cottages offers you the chance to stay in one of three very special holiday cottages in Cumbria. The holiday cottages are the result of a sympathetic conversion of a Victorian stone barn.
The conversion, fittings and furnishings are all to a very high standard, and especially cosy in winter. Beautifully located in a rural area, surrounded by fells and farmland, yet the village of Ravenstonedale with its two pub/restaurants and village shop is just a mile away, and we’re only 15 minutes from the M6. Both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks are within easy reach.
All our cottages are dog friendly, with their own enclosed area, and you’ll find dogs – and people – welcome in the local pubs.
Our grounds lead straight onto the fells, and the location is ideal for walking or touring, cycling, sightseeing or simply relaxing by the side of Artlegarth beck or enjoying the views out to Wild Boar Fell, Mallerstang Edge, Nine Standards Rigg and beyond.
Sleeps 4 in two double or twin ensuite bedrooms.
Can be linked with The Byre for up to 8
Sleeps 4 in two double or twin ensuite bedrooms
Can be linked with The Haystore for up to 8
Sleeps 6 in three double or twin bedrooms
Note: For larger groups we can accommodate up to 14 people in all 3 cottages. This is subject to availability.
“Another lovely week here – so relaxing and beautiful. Amazing wildlife and scenery. Our third time here – we love it so”
“Beautiful cottage, wonderful part of the country. Friendly people, lovely pubs and plenty to see and do”
“Amazing!! Everything we wanted to make our holiday perfect!”
“We look forward to welcoming you to our cottages for a weekend or midweek break, a week or more in one of the most beautiful areas of the country.”
“This is our second visit. Accommodation excellent. Views stunning. Weather was lovely. A great short break.”
“Fantastic cottage – very well equipped and spotlessly clean. Brilliant location so quiet and peaceful – wondeful walks from the door and good access to the Lakes and Dales.”