Our home is a welcoming and uniquely converted barn, of which you have an annex. There's stunning views of the Settle to Carlisle railway.
One bedroom with 1 double, 1 single bed with space to take another bed.
Own shower, living/kitchen room
A price for breakfast ingredients (you cook) if required.
Unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.
We live in the national park in Eden. Great walking country, lots of places to visit.
Dogs are welcome, £5 charge per dog.
A historic 'Roman Mask' was found only a few fields away from us.
The whole area is steeped in history.
And its not called the Eden Valley for nothing!
We originally used a room in our converted barn but due to my father needing to come and live with us and have that room we now use the annex for airbnb - It still needs some finishing touches but you can see from the pictures that it is lovely and clean and its your own space. We believe and as you will see on our reviews its excellent value for money.
Internet is not always great so you are welcome to come into our living space to use it also the phone signal is not always ok- outside its fine so again, if need be you can come into our space any time while we are awake, just ask us.
Parking is about 60 feet away some guests prefer to park a few minuets walk away in the village.
Interaction with guests
We are generally in as I'm more or less a 24/7 carer so you can always ask us any questions we will help when we can.
Other things to note
If you use satnav and are comming to us via M6 moter way from junction38 tebay put in Kirkby Stephen then when you get there put in Soulby and when you get there put in Crosby Garrett other wise you will be taken through fords and when its rained they can be quite deep.
Once in Crosby Garrett head to the other end of the village towards the viaduct keeping the stream on your right. You will get to a cross roads to your right is a bridge to your left is a turning to smardale go straight ahead (stream on your right) there is a farm house then a barn then a house with railings (they serve tea/coffee etc at weekends) and then a gap before the next house.
Up the gap you will see Rookery farm house and we are a barn behind that house. If you don't like reversing park at the bottom ( please be careful and don't block anyone in, thank you) and come up to us and I will show you where to park. Any problems please contact us.