The Carthouse is one of three luxurious self-contained holiday cottages sitting within a large converted Victorian barn at the foot of the Howgill Fells. The cottages can be booked individually, or together to accommodate larger groups.
Inspired by nature and country luxury with a rustic feel The Haystore, Byre and Carthouse are perfectly positioned to explore the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Eden Valley.
Each property showcases its own original features and provides a cosy and laid back space with a homely & authentic feel. Renovated to the highest standards the exceptional internal styling has been inspired by nature's textures and colours to offer a relaxed, spacious and luxurious feel throughout.
The Haystore and The Byre both sleep 4 but an interconnecting door can be opened allowing a group of up to 8 guests to stay together. The Carthouse sleeps 6, making it perfect for larger families or groups of friends. The whole property sleeps 14 guests enabling large groups to stay in the same location with the convenience of their own private areas.
Immaculately presented and laid out on three floors The Carthouse is a fantastic holiday home for larger families, friends catching up or other groups of up to 6. The ground floor has a cosy living room with original stone fireplace, adjacent open plan kitchen/diner and ground floor wet room.The Carthouse is dog friendly.
There are beautiful walks from the door whether that be a short stroll to the nearby Paradise Tarm or a full days walking adventure in the surrounding hills. Similarly, the quiet lanes and nearby bridleways offer miles of route options for cyclists too. Owner Richard is a qualified Mountain Leader and offers guided walks and map reading courses to guests.
The local village of Ravenstonedale has 3 great pubs and is about 20 mins walk or 4-5 minutes in the car. The nearby town of Kirkby Stephen is just a short drive and we are also within easy reach of the Lake District and wider Yorkshire Dales.
Week long breaks (7 nights) start on Fridays. For short breaks please contact us to enquire.
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|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|The Carthouse||£1,350.00 per group|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
* Open all year
Go through Ravenstonedale village following signs for Sedbergh.
At the end of the village the road bears left towards Sedbergh - but you should bear right and go over the stream on a flat concrete bridge.
Turn immediately left on the single-track road signed to Artlegarth and Adamthwaite.
Follow this towards Artlegarth for 3/4 of a mile.
You will go past a ruined barn on the right. A little further on turn left down a gravel track adjacent to a wooded plantation (signposted to The Green).
There is a limited bus service to/from Ravenstonedale, with buses to Kirkby Stephen, Sedbergh and Kendal. There are also leisurely trips out to Hawes and Barnard Castle on classic buses which stop in the village. The railway station at Kirkby Stephen is on the famous scenic Settle to Carlisle line and has services to Carlisle and Leeds. There is no taxi rank at either Kirkby Stephen station or Ravenstonedale. Taxis are available in the local area but need to be booked.
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