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Felldyke Bunkhouse, so much more than a camping barn.............

Fellldyke Bunkhouse is an independent hostel set in an idyllic location against the stunning backdrop of the Western Lake District Fells.  

Cogra Moss - a 5 minute walk

Located right by Cogra Moss, which is between Loweswater and Ennerdale, the bunkhouse is convenient for the the C-2-C cycle route and is ideally located to explore some of the quieter areas of the Lake District.

The Bunkhouse was completed after a lot of hard work, just in time for our first guests in September 2011. Since that point we have received a lot of good feedback, which we've listened to.  For Autumn 2013 we added a lounge with sofas, to relax in after a hard day on the hills..... or an easy day day wandering around the lakes.  If you have any suggestions to make things even better, just let us know.


 

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Converted from a derelict Pumphouse into a comfortable and practical group accommodation,  it has taken input from many other bunkhouses to try and achieve a balance between practicality and comfort.

Set up to cater for groups of upto 23 clients, including a downstairs disabled access room with adjacent shower room, Felldyke is ideal for clubs, large family groups and groups of friends.

Activities ideally suited for Felldyke Bunkhouse include:

Walking, Fell Running, Mountaineering, Climbing, Mountain Biking, Cycle Touring, Horse Riding and Pony Trekking, Fishing or just enjoying the peace and tranquility of one of Englands most beautiful corners.




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