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Witherslack Cycle Barn

Welcome to our cosy self-catering Bunk House in the South Lakes

From July 4th the bunk house is only available as a self catering unit and it is not possible to book single rooms (please call for further details).

If you love cycling, walking, exploring nature or bird-watching and want a comfy, cosy base with friendly hosts, Witherslack Cycle Barn is the perfect place.

Perhaps you’re travelling alone, with friends or in a group, and just want to explore the beautiful South Lake District? Stay a while with us in our comfortable, quiet and cosy Bunk Barn, in Witherslack, nestled under Whitbarrow Scar, just off the A590 on several national cycle routes.
You’ll enjoy nature at its best, dark night skies, birdsong and wildlife.

This isn’t just your standard bunkhouse. We purpose-designed and built it ourselves, in our beautiful vernacular barn, to suit outdoor lovers who want a comfortable cosy base to come back to after being out and about all day. We know what’s important and have really thought about the design of each room, and the facilities we offer.

Importantly – there’s no sharing of bathrooms – each room has its own en-suite with hot shower, & a loo; not to mention comfy beds, and peace and quiet.

There’s a bright, modern and warm communal space, with full kitchen & cooking facilities, wood-burning stove and large dining table.
Free tea & coffee on the house.

Of course, we offer secure bike store, bike wash, BBQ bench, firepit and outside picnic tables for that early morning coffee, or evening beer whilst stargazing.

Bringing pooch?
We’re dog friendly in some rooms £10 per stay per dog (max 2).

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