ACCOMMODATION

GALLERY

 

INFORMATION

 

DETAILS

Eden Ewe-Nique Lonnin cabin accommodates 2 - 4 people, comprising of open plan living space, with 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed, kitchenette, a fully accessible wet room with shower, toilet and basin, and outdoor decking area allowing guests to enjoy our Ewe-Nique setting.

ACCESSIBILITY

The cabin accommodation is completely step free, and has been designed with wheelchair users in mind. The wet room shower room is fully accessible, with grab handles and adequate floor space. Parking is immediately next to the cabin, and there are no steps to get from vehicle to cabin. The decking is also all on one level. Please contact us with any additional questions you may have.

EXTRAS

  • Locally sourced breakfast hampers may be ordered in advance.

  • Although we do not allow pets inside the cabin, we have our own stables at the farm and invite you to bring your horse(s) on your holiday with you! The surrounding open common or many bridle paths provide excellent riding routes.

RULES

  • Check-in time is after 16:00, check-out before 10:00

  • Minimum stay 2 nights

  • No pets allowed

 

FARM ENVIRONMENT

Due to the nature of being on a working farm - cows may moo, sheep may bleet, dogs may bark. On occasion we also may need to use machinery near the cabin, and other noisy farming activity. We try our best to keep any noise to a minimum, and during reasonable hours, but please bear in mind the cabin is on a farm.

WILDLIFE

You may encounter Fell ponies, sheep and cattle who roam across the Common. Other wildlife may include deer, fox, hare and many birds. You will also see the many trees which have been planted recently along with the leaky dams to hold back flood water.

 

 

LOCATION

Located on a working hill farm, bordering Tebay Common, nestled in between both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, in rural British countryside surroundings. Also within easy reach of Durham, Northumberland and Scotland.

ADDRESS

Eden Ewe-Nique Lonnin, High Woodend, Tebay, Nr. Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 3XZ

DIRECTIONS

Come off M6 at junction 38, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit. Come up the hill and as the road vears right, you turn left. You will see the old school tea rooms and a big white house. Come between the two, over the cattle grid onto the fell, and keep right. You will come to our yard gate. High Woodend. Gate opens towards you. Come around front of building and park outside cabin.

 

ABOUT US

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUR FARM

We are Wendy and Stephen, 5th generation hill farmers around Tebay fell. We have Swaledale, Rough Fell, and cross bred sheep, Simmental cattle, Fell ponies and working dogs.

ORIGIN

A breakdown of the meaning of the cabin's name Eden Ewe-Nique Lonnin - we are set within the vast Eden valley, Cumbria, and located on a sheep (Ewe) farm, and Lonnin is Cumbrian dialect meaning 'a lane' and is the old drove road to the fell.

 

Our mission here at Eden Ewe-Nique Lonnin is to be able to share this beautiful place we call home, and open access to rural countryside to everybody inclusively.

We received a small grant from Yorkshire Dales sustainable development fund to help us with our project, more information about this can be found here.

 

REV-EWES

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DEBORAH, AUGUST 2021

Thank you to Wendy for a wonderful stay. This is a lovely homely cabin with beautiful views. Expect amazing sunsets and stars and friendly sheep. The walk down the common leads to a play area and field over the road. We walked to the Cross keys Inn and had a tasty meal and warm welcome. The cabin has everything you need in a lovely village setting. We will be back x

INGEBORG, AUGUST 2021

A lovely little cabin. It was really well equipped. On arrival there was a hand written welcome card, a bunch of fresh flowers and a little basket with local delicacies. Very thoughtful. Lovely host came across to welcome us. Would definitely recommend it!

LOCAL RECOMMENDATIONS
 

The local and surrounding areas have something on offer to suit everyone, including walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing, mountain biking and various historical museums and buildings. There are plenty of activities for both adults and children.

Here are links to accessible walks 'miles without stiles' within the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.

We have put together a local guidebook of recommendations for your stay, and below is a map showing locations of some suggestions. We will be on hand during your stay should you have any further questions.

 

THE BUILD