Artlegarth Country Log cabins are located in the heart of the magnificent Cumbrian up-land countryside. With majestic panoramic views across Wild Boar Fell and the Howgills.
These very spacious detached log cabins offer a great base in which to explore the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the Eden valley areas.
Not to be confused with inferior caravan type cabins, the lodges are furnished to a high standard and centrally heated, making them warm and cosy during the winter months.
The lodges have three good size bedrooms. One King-size with Colour TV. A bunk-room for the children / teenagers and a Twin bedded room allowing each lodge to sleep a family of 6 comfortably.
A welcoming lounge with three piece suite. Wide-screen LCD sky free2view Color Television, DVD and music system.
Patio doors lead on to the spacious covered veranda, which is furnished to enable you to enjoy the incredible views of the surrounding countryside.
Artlegarth is bounded by dry stone walls, fringed on one side by a screen of tall pine trees, with driveways and ample parking.
An ornamental pond frequently visited by Heron and wild ducks. A charming stream flows through the wooded area were red squirrels, Rabbits and owls can often be seen.
Artlegarth Lodges are situated on the outskirts of Ravenstonedale village, a peaceful and unspoilt village in the upper Eden valley in Cumbria. It lies between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks. Although quiet and secluded Ravenstonedale is easily accessed from the M6 and from the A1.
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Disabled Facilities: Yes. all on one leval
Linen Provided: Yes.
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: No. Fuel type: Various / Other
Smoking Allowed: No. Smoking on deck area only
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Hot Tub
Local Services: The region is an area of outstanding natural beauty with a wealth of activities on hand, Ravenstonedale lies between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District national parks. This situation provides 'the best of both worlds' with the amenities of both areas. At hand walking, golf, riding, fishing, Miles and miles of fell and dales plus gently undulating country lanes await you.
Buzzards, curlews, woodpeckers and the Red-squirrel are but just a few of the species regularly sighted at Artlegarth.
From the M6 Exit the M6 at junction 38 (Tebay):
Follow the A685 east towards Kirkby Stephen. After about 6 miles, shortly after passing through Newbiggin-on-Lune, Ravenstonedale is signposted to the right. On entering the village follow the sign for Sedbergh. When leaving the village you will see a 'Y' junction. Keep right signposted Artlegarth over the cattle-grid; less than a mile you see a sign for Artlegarth Lodges on the left.
From the A1:
Take the A66 west from Scotch corner to Brough. Turn south at Brough on the A685. Follow the A685 through Kirkby Stephen. About 4 miles past Kirkby Stephen, Ravenstonedale is signposted left. Turn left on to the minor road. On entering the village follow the sign for Sedbergh. When leaving the village you will see a 'Y' junction. Keep right signposted Artlegarth over the cattle-grid; less than a mile you see a sign for Artlegarth Lodges on the left.