Self Catering Cottages and Bed & Breakfast
Accommodation for Yorkshire Dales & Lake District

The Granary

 Our final piece in the jigsaw for accommodation here at Midtown farm is ‘The Granary’ a stylish conversion that works with the building to create a comfortable relaxing space for two. The studio styling has ensuite shower room with large shower with optional rain or spray type heads. There is a small kitchen that is equipped with oven, hob, fridge and dishwasher. The lounge/dining area allows space to relax read, watch TV or simply just be together.  A king size bed then awaits you for that relaxing restful sleep.

The space has encompassed the old building with revealed stone features to window surrounds, exposed beams, which gives the space the welcoming charm and natural warmth.

Developed and aimed at couples, providing a relaxing space within a 18thcentury converted barn.  Where the space has been developed around the old to blend with the new giving open plan living with an en-suite bathroom, kitchen, living/dining space as well as a comfy kingsize bed.  Whether you are walking, cycling, fishing, golfing, touring or escaping this is an ideal base to return to in an evening.

  Nestled in the foot hills of the Pennines Blencarn sits just under Cross fell the Highest point on the Pennines.  The Eden Valley area has great walking opportunities, villages and places of interest to explore. It is just a short trip to the Lake District National Park where you can reach Lake Ullswater within 20 minutes and on the Keswick and the North Lakes.  Alternatively, you are close to exploring Northhumberland and County Durham where you will soon be on Hadrian's Wall

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05 Jan - 12 Apr
13 Apr - 26 Apr
27 Apr - 24 May
25 May - 31 May
01 Jun - 19 Jul
20 Jul - 06 Sep
07 Sep - 01 Nov
02 Nov - 19 Dec
20 Dec - 03 Jan
From Morris Minor to Healey!

Dear Kerry and Rob

Just a note to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay with you in the middle of June. The quality of the accommodation and food provided by yourselves in such a friendly and informal manner surpassed all our expectations (definitely no Blackpool landladies here, Rob!).

Then, of course, there was the Austin Healey 3000, immaculately restored and raring to go. Your route suggestions and maps were greatly appreciated and the Healey behaved impeccably throughout - a brilliant two days of driving through fantastic scenery, up hill and down dale. An added bonus was being able to garage our humble Morris Minor convertible (1955) to keep her tucked up between her journey to Midtown Farm and the trip back home.

A brilliant few days - we will have no hesitation in recommending Lakes and Dales Classic Car Hire and B & B facilities.

Thanks again

John and Sue

John & Sue
July 2011