Welcome to Crake Trees Manor

There are lots ways to enjoy staying at Crake Trees Manor

in The Westmorland Dales, Cumbria

Self Catering

Dorothy Barn at Crake Trees…. Open plan living with glorious views over the farm
Part of Crake Trees  Farmhouse. Two double ensuite bedrooms
Sleeps four adults

 Cottage on the Hill at Crake Trees……a rather lovely and spacious 1950’s classic Bungalow in its own grounds with views over the farm and the village. Double and Twin bedrooms
Sleeps four. Dog and horse welcome

 The Brew House ….our cottage in the village of Maulds Meaburn
Romantic and quirky cottage has its own wood fired Hot Tub
Sleeps two. Dog welcome

 Rooms with Breakfast

Two large double rooms with views over the farm
Peasland suite and Demesne, each with private entrance from the courtyard.
Self contained with continental breakfast tray each morning

The Shepherds Huts and Tack Room

The Shepherds Huts  with glorious views over the farm to the Pennines

Yan is Off-Grid, in the meadow by the pond, with wood stove, many candles
Yan has its own Wood fired hot tub

Tyan, electric hook up with wonderful views over the Wildflower meadow to the Pennines
Tyan also has its own Fire Pit and Wood fired Hot Tub

                                              The Tack Room, cosy and comfortable budget accommodation for two



 Our  Glamping Pods are spacious and comfortable.

The Pods have plenty or room for two adults or a family of four

Each Glamping Pod has its own parking space, outdoor picnic table and fire pit

New heated Shower block with individual wet rooms and a Camp kitchen with plenty of hot water for washing up. Fresh drinking water.
Drive right to the pod, park up and enjoy the sunset relaxing around your Fire Pit

Almost wild Camping

Unique campsite with informal camping in the midst of tranquil wildflower meadows on our Organic family farm.   Mown pathways weave through the grasses from the brand new Shower block and camp Kitchen
Park up in the Farmyard, grab a wheelbarrow and choose your perfect pitch

Our Farm is high up in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with fields of Sheep, rare Cattle, growing Crops and teeming with Wildlife.

A 15-minute drive from M6 junctions 38 or 39, or from Appleby the A66. Also 3½ hours from London by train