One to Watch!
Stunning yurt with features we have never seen before, including a full kitchen with microwave, fridge and running water!

Car park is a short walk to the yurt, and it’s all hard standing , which is fab if your dog needs a wee in the rain ( no mud!)
Dimming lights, plenty of electrical sockets and not limited electricity either

Comfiest bed we’ve ever glamped in, and nicely decorated throughout with a unique central coal burning fire.
Toilet block is just a few steps from the yurts and the barn style doors are a great plus for dogs, meaning you can open the top of the door and enjoy the views whilst making sure that the dogs can’t run out!

There’s an outside tap which is handy for washing muddy dogs down, and they ask that you try to respect the interior and keep the carpets inside clean along with the bedding.
The scenery (and dog walks!) are excellent; babbling brooks, rolling hills and mountainsides and of course the bleating of free range sheep.

Horse lovers this is a great place to go as it is located on the same farm as Cumbrian heavy horses, when looking for the site you can follow their sign to get there!
Great site to watch for the future, with lots of plans for expansion including bell tents, hard standing pitches for campervans and caravans, a small animal petting area for children and much more.

Baystone also have a small orchard area, that is completely enclosed which they rent out by the night so that you can have your own private enclosed area to pitch a tent in, or let your dogs run free... remember this site is a working farm so dogs must be on leads everywhere on site, due to sheep and other livestock

Site Rules


Dogs on leads
Pick up after dogs


Respect the furniture and furnishings


Control dogs around livestock


Dogs are £20 a night , with discounts available for long stays

Baystone is a working farm

Please be vigilant with dogs around livestock

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