Based in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in Langstrothdale, boasting an idyllic location with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Our two self-catering Haylofts have been decorated to a high standard throughout; featuring original beams and exposed stone walls. Fast broadband, Wi-Fi and parking.
Kitchens in both Haylofts are fully equipped including dishwasher, microwave, slow cooker, washing machine, fridge and freezer alongside other essentials. The living rooms are set around wood burning stoves with TVs and DVD players.
Hay Mew is our larger property, over 3 floors with heated entrance lobby and WC. Middle floor comprises of an open plan kitchen and dining and living room with huge views over the fells. There is a large family dining table at one end of the kitchen.
Suitable for four people the cottage has two spacious bedrooms, one twin and a master king size. Both rooms have en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower. A well behaved dog now accepted in Hay Mew.
Byre is our smaller cottage accommodating four people on three levels. The heated entrance lobby has a WC, washing machine and drying area. Middle floor features a kitchen and separate living room with family dining area. Twin room with picture window overlooking the cobbled yard and hills beyond. The master king size bedroom is on the upper floor beautifully presented with striking ceiling beams. Both rooms have en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower. A well behaved dog now accepted in Byre.
Luxury bed linen and towels are provided on arrival. Starter amounts of essentials such as salt, pepper, tea, coffee, washing up liquid, toilet rolls etc. We are as eco-friendly as possible, and have just received the Green Business Tourism Award. All heating and hot water are provided by a biomass boiler using timber from within 10 miles of the farm. Recycling and composting in place. Solar panels provide three quarters of all our electricity. We welcome children of four years and above. The Haylofts are strictly non smoking.
Enjoy the abundance of wildlife surrounding our farm from our fantastic Field Centre, bird hide by the river and up on the fell. You're encouraged to make full use the Field Centre facilities, telescopes, guides and local information. Activities on-site include guided and self guided farm walks and egg collecting. Home baked bread, eggs and 'ready' meals made from our own mutton and beef all available to purchase during your stay. We also have a small art studio here selling our own wildlife paintings, prints and cards.
We are based in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales with spectacular walks, waterfalls and views. Close to the market town of Hawes with wonderful array of cheeses at the famous Wensleydale Creamery. Skipton is 45 minutes away while the spa town of Harrogate is one hour and 30 minutes away. Good local pubs within 6 miles away.
Short breaks available in the low season.
From the west and M6: Enter Hawes on the A684 from Sedbergh and look out for right sign to Wensleydale Creamery and just after petrol station turn right towards Gayle past the Creamery.
From east and A1: Enter Hawes on the A684 from Bedale, Leyburn and Bainbridge. Just as you begin to leave Hawes look out for left sign to Wensleydale Creamery. Just before petrol station on left, turn left towards Gayle.
From Hawes: Head towards Gayle (about ½ mile) then left bend, over bridge and then sharp right with houses on left. Follow this road for about 5 miles.
From south: From south Head North from A59 Skipton bypass on the B6265 towards Grassington, through Cracoe and Threshfield. Where B6265 turns right towards Grassington carry straight on on the B6160 towards Buckden (through Kettlewell and Starbotton). In Buckden, on the edge of the village green take left fork to Hubberholme. Continue towards Hawes, over cattle grid at Yockenthwaite, cross over iron bridge at Deepdale, keep on this road, drive up the hill then down through Oughtershaw. Just through Oughtershaw take left fork up a farm track over a cattle grid, our stone sign is displayed to the right of the grid- Nethergill is the first farm on right, about three quarters of a mile up the track. NB. Please note no mobile phone coverage after Kettlewell. NB. Very occasionally there will be a sign indicating the road from Buckden to Hubberhome is cut off by floods, if so, please carry straight on through Buckden towards Cray and take the first left down a single track road. Turn right at the bottom of the hill then over the bridge, opposite The George Inn turn right again to rejoin the original road. Please park on the right just inside the drive - Visitor parking and come through the blue side gate to the front door.
Landmarks: Very narrow constriction between house and farm buildings - drive up a steep incline along left side of valley - blind summit, followed, after a couple of minutes, by left bend. Don't go towards Cam Houses - up short steep hill followed by right bend; you are now at 2000ft - Wend your way down the hill. At the bottom, just before the village of Oughtershaw, on the right, is a Victorian stone cocommemorativeillar, take the farm track on right immediately after this, over the cattle grid. There is a stone set into a dry stone wall marked with Nethergill Farm - Nethergill Farm is the first farm on the right three quarters of a mile up this track - NB. There is no mobile phone coverage after the viewpoint - sorry!