A modern Barn conversion right at the centre of our Conservation Farm & Estate
A very special house with an enormous family kitchen,
Aga range cooking
Heated slate floors
Vast south east facing conservatory
Handmade Oak dining tables
Antique bedsteads & brand new shower rooms,
Quirky modern Bathrooms
Wood fired Hot Tub
Courtyard with large BBQ
Bring your Horse and Bicycle
Dog & Boot rooms
Walk through the fields to village Pub
Footpaths & Bridleways to explore right from the house
Or just sit back & Relax.
Crake Trees Manor Farm House sleeps a maximum of 16 guests, including children over age of 2.
The house has 7 large bedrooms, 3 have king size beds (1 of these rooms has an extra single bed), 2 have double beds and 2 have twin beds (1 of these rooms has an extra single bed)
There are 5 shower rooms, and 2 bathrooms.
2 twin and 1 king size share a bathroom.
2 bedrooms are on the ground floor, 3 are accessed from the courtyard.
No extra visitors are allowed visit to the farmhouse under any circumstances.
Children are welcome at Crake Trees Manor.
1 or 2 Dogs are welcome to stay.
They must be kept on a lead at all time when outside.
Dogs are only allowed on the ground floor of the house and must sleep in the Dog room.
Your dog must never be left alone in the house.
Dogs must be cleaned up after and waste disposed of in the designated dustbin.
Crake Trees Manor is about 3 hours from London on the train.
A car can be hired at Penrith www.enterprise.co.uk, ( then 20 minutes by car)
Electric bikes and manual can be hired from www.lowthercastle.co.uk
Trains from Leeds & Carlisle arrive at Appleby ( 15 minutes by car )
We are 15 minutes travelling West by car from M6, leave at either Junction 38 or 39
Also 15 minutes travelling East by car from the A66, Appleby.
Check in is from 4pm.
Check out is before 10.00am.
I text all guests on the morning of their arrival with a welcome message and ask for an expected arrival time.
Please keep me updated by text on timing. 07974 354244
I will welcome the first members of the party, show them the layout of the house, how to light the hot Tub and use the Aga.
At Crake Trees we have good mobile phone signal outside.
There is 4G around the courtyard but not down in the village.
Mobiles will work in the house at some places, but the insulation in the walls can restrict the signal.
We have Wi Fi in the Kitchen, Dining Hall and Sitting Room only.
Our local community owned pub, The Butchers Arms is a 15 minute walk through the fields into the village.
Maulds Meaburn Village Institute has regular community pub nights, many local lectures and pop up restaurant nights. A 15 minute walk through the fields in a different direction.
More serious walkers can walk to Kings Meaburn, which is about 4 miles.
I have a list of my other favourite eating places, with lots of different styles and prices, most within a 20-30 minute drive.
There are a selection of self-guided walks right from the farmhouse.
They are lovely circular walks that will give visitors some great views to The Pennines, The Howgills, The Eden Valley and even up to Scotland!
In the map basket there are 3 laminated walks that take from 40 minutes to 3 or 4 hours. There are many guides and maps for great walks around Ullswater and Haweswater and to the more challenging climbs of The Lake District.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a mecca for cyclists. Where ever you go you will always see cyclists, both ‘professional’ and ‘amateur’ enjoying the small roads and tracks that are generally quieter than most parts of England.
Bicycles can be safely stored
We have enclosed grazing if you would like to bring your horse on holiday.
There is plenty of room for parking a horse box, we have good Hay and Haylage and a standard Pony coarse mix feed always available.
I have ridden all my younger life around the Lyvennet valley, following bridleways and up onto the fells.
Ring me with any questions and to discuss costs of Horse and Pony B & B.
Covid-19 Update –the end of May 2020
I have rarely seen the countryside around Crake Trees Manor look so beautiful.
A late spring, lots of warm sunshine and a thankful drop of rain has given us a riot of colour and fresh growth
The hedges a blaze of vivid frothy white blossom, with so many wild flowers, I cannot even name them all!
Our fields are full of courting pheasants, mother hares, ground nesting birds and low flying owls around dusk.
So long as people walking the footpaths keep their dogs on a lead and wear gloves, we welcome them to enjoy our space and fresh air.
But no-one can stay overnight, no camping, glamping or self catering as yet.
Re-opening dates cannot be guaranteed so we await further direction .