Crake Trees Manor is a glamping and camping site in the Yorkshire Dales. The beautiful farmland and meadows give stunning views over the Westmorland Dales and the edges of the Lake District. There are around 30 informal pitches cut into the meadow land. Crake Trees Manor’s owners are environmentally conscious and treasure the local wildlife and flora on their farm. Visitors are immersed in the local wildlife and can go on weekly wildlife tours of the local area. All camping pitches are non-electric however there are four camping pods that can host up to four people are have electricity connections. Each pod has a private outdoor seating area and the option for a fire pit BBQ. Additionally, the manor has a luxurious Scandinavian style shepherd’s hut. This cosy hut is equipped with a wood burning stove and overlooks one of Crake Tree Manor’s picturesque ponds.
Crake Trees Manor also has its very own café. The Combine Shed Café is open throughout spring and summer, serving a range of stonebaked pizzas and burgers using the farm’s own produce. They also host live music and entertainment and have a licence as a working bar.
- Wet-rooms and showers with underfloor heating;
- Toilet facilities;
- Community kitchen space;
- The Combine Shed Café;
- Near Pub;
- Hot tubs;
- Bike hire.
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Crake Trees Manor is a ten minute drive to Shap co-op shop. Furthermore, local towns such as Penrith are no more than a half hour drive away. Popular tourist point Tebay Services is only a 20 minute drive. Crosby Ravensworth and its local pub are a ten minute walk away.
There are no designated disabled facilities at the campsite. Also, the bulk of the site is on uneven grassland and meadows without level access.
Dogs are welcome.
To view another campsite in the area, see here.