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Reviewed 3 February 2017

comfort charisma and old world charm are all words that do not explain the adventure of a visit.to this welcoming farm. Dave and Marie are running this National Trust farm from a farmhouse that is a protected historic treasure of Cumbria and the whole Of the British isles, located deep in the mountains of the Lake District, and the last...

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Reviewed 29 November 2015 via mobile

I've stayed here half a dozen times with my husband Tim. We love it for the warm welcome, comfy farm and delicious breakfast. Our dog Minnie is welcomed too. I've taken a photo of this mornings breakfast!

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Ulverston, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 July 2015 via mobile

Four of us stayed for two nights recently while walking in Eskdale. A warm welcome, fantastic breakfasts and a very comfortable stay was enjoyed in this a traditional lakeland farmhouse. This is a delightful working farm and we will be returning before too long.

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Milnthorpe, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 July 2015

I spent two nights here with three friends while completing the Furness Way long distance path. We could not have been happier with what was provided. It is important to emphasise that this is a working farm and not a boutique hotel. (Thank goodness they still exist!) Everything was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Marie is an amazing host, and despite...

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Durham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 June 2013

My friend and I stayed at Wha House farm for one night at the end of May 2013 during our coast-2-coast cycle trip. We were met by Marie Crow who invited us to use her yard to hose down our muddy bikes and then provided storage for the bikes overnight. The farm was easy to find and was well placed...

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Reviewed 27 April 2013

Stayed at Wha Farm with 5 other like minded walkers for a long weekend in early April. A true farm setting & we were welcomed by Mutley the dog( who headed out with us on our walks!). Rooms clean and tidy with a large shared bathroom & seperate shower room out on the landing. Don't expect chic or boutique,this is...

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1Thank Grinkgav
York, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 November 2012

Fantastic place to stay. Great walking,Good pubs nearby. The family who run this farm are fantastic hosts. Stayed with Bill Goldthorp and Karen. Going again tomorrow. breakfast to die for. Excellent value for money.

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2Thank Anthony B
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 October 2012

This is a fantastic place. Great price but above all friendly, warm, helpful and relaxed. Wonderful setting, working farm with those incredible herdwick sheep (survive almost anything all around). Working dogs and then there is the valley to die for. Walk, drive, promenade, whatever but come it's a really special area and a special place. Its a must.

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2Thank Tim E
Winslow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2012

Lovely traditional working farm B & B - no ensuite but with a family bathroom, and separate toilet and separate shower room this would not really be an issue. David & Marie very welcoming keen to share their life and interested in you making the most of your visit. Communal facilities and everything thought about carefully - maps of the...

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Pickering, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 August 2012

Wha House Farm in Eskdale is a National Trust Hill Farm tenanted by hill farmers Mr & Mrs Crowe. Their sheep roam as far as Scafell Pike. The farmhouse is clean and comfortable and like most NT farms in this area which provide Bed and Breakfast, there are no en-suite facilities, however this is reflected in the price per night....

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  • Breakfast included
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Address: Eskdale CA19 1TH, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cumbria > Lake District > Eskdale
Number of rooms: 4
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