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Holidays with a breath of fresh air


The Lake District is home to England’s highest mountain Scafell Pike, its deepest lake, Wastwater and hundreds of miles of footpaths and bridleways.

Surrounded by splendid idyllic towns and villages offering an array of outdoor shops, tearooms and local produce. Whether you’re interested in walking the mountains, exploring the countryside or relaxing in a nice warm pub by a log fire, the lake district has something to offer everyone and provides the perfect back drop for escaping from it all.


Best known its dramatic gritstone edges, wild heather moorlands, mile upon mile of limestone walls, rivers, dales and hills the Peak District National Park is one of Britain’s best-loved landscapes.

Breathtaking scenery, hundreds of miles of footpaths and fresh country air makes Britain’s first National Park one of our country’s gems. Whether its exploring the countryside, enjoying any number of outdoor activities, ambling around one of its many country mansions or simply just getting away from it all, the Peak District won’t disappoint. This is what the Peak District is renowned for! And much more!

Located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Long Valley Yurts Knotlow Farm site is a hidden gem.


  • Hot tubs
  • Walk up England’s highest mountain – Scafell Pike
  • Cylcle up England’s steepest road, The Hardknott Pass
  • Swim in the England’s deepest Lake – Wastwater
  • On site pub – The Woolpack Inn
  • Paddle boarding, gorge scrambling, rock climbing on the door step
  • Easy access to the lesser visited western fells
  • Wild swimming in beautiful River Esk
  • The ‘Laal Ratty’ miniature train


  • Traditional Lakeland pub onsite
  • Central Lakes location
  • Perfect for wild swimming
  • Helvellyn & striding edge close by
  • Ullswater Lakeshore path & Streamer trip
  • Ambleside via the Struggle, 15 minutes
  • Aira force waterfalls
  • Lakeshore picnics on Ullswater
  • Spectacular walking from the door of the yurt
  • Campfires encouraged


  • Hot tubs
  • Ideal base for walk up Scafell Pike
  • Day out at Muncaster Castle
  • Hike up the Old Man of Coniston
  • Wild Swimming in Coniston Water
  • 15 minutes to Coniston
  • 15 minutes to the seaside
  • Picnicnicing on the beautiful east side of Coniston Water
  • Easy access to the lesser visited western fells
  • The ‘Laal Ratty’ miniature train
  • The Blacksmiths Arms a short walk away


  • Hot tubs
  • Quiet, secluded, rural location
  • Small family run farm in the heart of the Peak District National Park
  • 15 minutes to Bakwell
  • Chatsworth House & Gardens
  • Cycle the Monsal Trail from Bakewell
  • Cycling, caving, canoeing, climbing, walking, weaselling and lots more!
  • Breakfast baps and Italian home cooked Pizzas available to order on site
  • Open fires encouraged
  • Easy access to all the Peak District has to offer


  • Electric hook up available
  • The Sun Inn a short walk away
  • 15 minutes to Keswick
  • Views of Bassenthwaite Lake
  • Wild swimming close by in Bassenthwaite
  • Walking from the door
  • Off the beaten track, quiet, secluded location
  • The Lakes Distillery
  • Campfires encouraged
  • Go Ape or mountain bike in Whinlatter Forest


  • Private hot tubs
  • The Derby arms a short walk away
  • Off the beaten track, quiet, secluded location
  • Great for families with young children
  • Off the beaten track
  • 15 minutes to Windermere
  • Campfires encouraged
  • Easy access to all the Lake District has to offer
  • Arnside Chippy – Best Fish & Chips in Cumbria
  • Walk up Whitbarow Scar for 360 views of the Lakes and the sea


Book your stay over the phone by calling 01539 267030

Magical space, lovely setting and a wondrous place
to wake up in and a cosy home to return to after an
excursion up Langdale Pikes with burning stove etc.