Run by: Iain & Shayne Smith

Charming 19th century cottage on the fell overlooking the village,  just a few minutes walk from the pub, which serves good food and good beer. Sleeps eight in two bunk rooms. This new bunkhouse is on the track leading to the grouse moor and the off-road section and offers comfort and value for money. Continental breakfast. There is a small kitchen area downstairs, along with a shower and wc. There is also onsite camping and special offers for those staying for several nights.    

B&B: £24. Rooms: 1X6; 1X2. Eve meal: pub. Pk lunch: £5. Drying facilities. Secure lock-up.

Tel: 01388 517927
Mob: 07909 443866

Run by: Valerie Livingston

Barrington Bunkhouse can take groups of up to 15 and is both homely and cosy, offering a warm welcome to C2Cers. It is directly on the route and right next door to The Rookhope Inn, which offers good beer and substantial fare. The communal bunkroom consists of 6 bunks, one fold-out bed, and a seating area in the middle of the room.  There is a self-serve continental breakfast from a well stocked kitchen.  There are 2 showers, 2 toilets, one with disabled facilities, a tumble dryer, secure bike storage, and an attractive patio. The owners are a musical bunch, so musicians are very welcome to borrow a guitar and have a go!

B&B: £24. Camping: £14 with breakfast (£10 without). Drying: tumble dryer plus oil-filled radiators. Secure lock-up for bikes.