Tucked away in a hidden corner of Cumbria with breathtaking views across the Lyth Valley, the Lumley Fee Bunkhouse is a great place to stay on walking breaks in the Lake District.

Don’t let the word ‘bunkhouse’ put you off – this beautiful accommodation is perfect for everyone from groups of friends and family or couples looking for a peaceful getaway. You can either take over the whole place with a group of up to 20 people, or book a private room.

Lumley Fee has five en-suite bedrooms, each sleeping up to four people, with high-quality bed linen, towels and toiletries all supplied. And if you want to take your four-legged friend, all rooms are dog friendly!

There’s a large living/dining room with a roaring real fire, kitchen, drying room and cloakroom. The owners at Lumley Fee also have bedrooms at the nearby Wheatsheaf Inn and cottages at the Mason’s Arms, if you’d prefer a bit more space.

With Lake Windermere, the busy town of Kendal and the famous southern fells of the Lake District just a few short miles away, this is the ideal base camp for a weekend of hillwalking and peak bagging in England’s most mountainous National Park.

Please collect keys and check in at The Wheatsheaf, Brigsteer which is approximately 1 mile from Lumley Fee.

Check in is from 3pm, check out by 11am.

You can book breakfast, and any other meals at The Wheatsheaf when staying at Lumley Fee. For big groups, food delivery can be arranged or food can be prepared to reheat when convenient.

Parking spaces are available on the Lumley Fee grounds – just make sure you close the gate to stop pesky farm animals entering!

For groups you can pre-book a minibus service if you would like transport from Lumley Fee to the inn or vice versa.

The sister inn, The Mason’s Arms is only a 15 minute drive away should you wish to dine there during your stay.

Lumley Fee provides self-guided walk leaflets available should you like some suggestions. They also have links to local activity providing companies and can advise if you would like to arrange Guided Walking, Climbing, Mountain Biking, Caving, Horse Riding, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Go Karting, Ghyll Scrambling, Archery and Canoeing etc.

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