We have 3 wood and canvas glamping yurts, with electricity, full size king beds and log burning stoves. They have access to a shared eco toilet and hot woodland shower. The yurts are situated right on the banks of our river, in a riverside woodland in the grounds of the Black Swan.
They are all fully furnished with king beds, antique furniture and quality country loveliness. Each of the yurts are unique in design and have access to a shared outdoor shower and toilet facility. All amenities such as tea and coffee making facilities are provided as well as breakfast at the hotel itself. There is no electricity outside but you are welcome to charge electronics in the hotel.
Please note that the Yurts are seasonal and have no outdoor electricity for charging appliances.
You can find out more about our glamping yurts by contacting us on 015396 23204.
More about the Black Swan
The Black Swan is a charming 16-bedroom, 4* AA, 2 Rosette Highly Commended Inn in a gorgeous conservation village with separate restaurant, small private restaurant, bar and lounge. Beautifully restored/refurbished, our family run Inn offers a relaxed, informal home-from-home with cosy bars and lounge and beautifully en suite rooms with lots of little extras. Excellent selection of local Cask ales & wines.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our food, served daily in our busy and popular 2 rosette restaurant, bar or lounge. Our menu is small but varied, and all of our dishes are freshly prepared using local seasonal ingredients sourced from our local suppliers. Our Award winning Inn is featured in the Michelin Guide, CAMRA, Good Hotel Guide & Good Pub Guide, Sawday's. We have won numerous awards, most recently AA gold award 2018 for quality inspection, AA breakfast award 2109, John Smith's national best Inn winner 2018-2019, Cumbria Life dining pub of the year finalist 2019 and 2019 Pub of the year at the Cumbria Tourism awards.
The Black Swan is dog-friendly and we have our own beautiful riverside garden. Ideal for visiting the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Northumberland and beyond. The Settle-Carlisle railway and Coast to Coast walk are very close-by.
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|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
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By car: Ravenstonedale is less than 10 minutes from junction 38 on he M6. Leave M6 jct 38 and follow signs to Brough. Ravenstonedale is 4 miles before Kirkby Stephen, signposted off the main road
Nearest train station: Kirkby Stephen
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