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Yew Tree Farm

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Reviewed 4 November 2017

Lucky enough to stay here for 4 nights (joined family who stayed for the week) The cottage is absolutely beautiful, decorated with period colours and furnishings, two double bedrooms, both with four poster beds (one a King) the bed was sooo comfortable! Third bedroom has...More

Thank Hippohips
Reviewed 23 October 2017

This is a charming place to stay right on the Cumbria Way in a sweet village. It's a small place (only 4 rooms) but very cozy and comfortable with ensuite. Breakfast was traditional English. Our room on the second floor had a view overlooking the...More

Thank paullitsky
Reviewed 18 June 2017

My husband and I stayed here overnight when we were taking a week to walk around the Lake District. This b&b was booked for us by our our walking company. We are very glad to have stayed here as this was a working farm operated...More

Thank TravelHearts
Reviewed 11 January 2017

We ate lunch at the Flock Inn Tearoom on Yew Tree Farm. It's a small place, but definitely worth the stop. We had a hearty, well-prepared, hot lunch that tasted great and really warmed us up after a cold wet morning. The service was friendly...More

Thank Tsalib
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

We just stopped off here having read reviews of the quality of the Herdy meat. Lovely spot but did not have time to explore. Ian ,who does the butchery, was extremely knowledgeable about the produce ( Herwick lamb and Galloway beef reared slowly on the...More

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"Front twin room has unforgettable views across the valley"
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"It's an old house, it's going to creak and groan no matter what. The road is quiet, it's way out..."
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"The Tarns Hals room is very quaint and is in the oldest part of the house."
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"Tarn Hows has a wonderful king sized bed and overlooks the farmyard and driveway."
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