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Kelker Well Roundhouse

A unique glamping experience on a South Lakeland farm.

Glamping in Cumbria

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Hot tub

- Unique off-grid roundhouse accommodation on a Lakeland farm, perfect for couples and groups up to 4 people.
- Wood fired hot tub, hammocks, mini allotment & herb garden.
- Spectacular views of the Lake District fells, Yorkshire Dales & Morecambe Bay.
- All facilities on site and undercover – no midnight dashes to the toilet in the rain or long walks to wash up.
- Quad bike transfer to the Roundhouse on arrival and departure.
- Comprehensive information and advice about the local area.

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  • The Roundhouse has been built and is looking beautiful! Fron Farm Yurts handmade our Roundhouse from sustainable Welsh larch.

    We are now working on the finishing touches… the bathroom, furnishings, installing the hot tub and creating a mini allotment for our guests. We will be opening this Spring… please follow us on social media to see our updates and recent photos.

    The Roundhouse offers a unique experience for guests. It is off-grid and a 10-minute walk away from parking, across agricultural fields and through woodland. Please be prepared for a truly outdoors holiday, for the Cumbrian weather and for not having the everyday electronic devices you have at home. The site offers a ‘get away from it all’ experience – perfect for anyone wanting some rest & relaxation away from the hustle & bustle of daily life.

  • – Roundhouse living space including kitchen facilities, sofa/ day bed, dining table, chairs, a wood burner stove and three windows.
    – Bedroom extension with a king sized bed, bedside tables and a curtain separating the bedroom from the living space.
    – Bathroom extension with a shower, compost loo, sink and door to the outside decking.

    The Roundhouse is off-grid and focuses on relaxation in a sustainable environment. It’s a place to switch off from the day-to-day, and as such electricity is limited. We will provide LED lights, a battery to charge mobile phones/ iPads etc, and a Roberts radio – there is no access to electricity for larger electrical items e.g. hairdryers. There is hot water and a shower (utilising LPG gas). The woodburner stove has a built-in oven & stainless steel top for pans, or you could make your meals via the BBQ or by using a portable gas stove. There is a large fridge/ freezer next to the parking area, a large coolbox in the shed by the Roundhouse, and a small coolbox in the Roundhouse (e.g. for the morning cup of tea if it’s raining outside!)

  • The Roundhouse is £150 per night and can be booked for the following days:

    Friday – Monday (3 nights): £450
    Monday – Friday (4 nights): £600
    Monday – Monday (7 nights): £1,050

    If there is late availability, we may be able to offer 1 or 2 night stays. Follow our social media pages for updates on availability and special offers:

    Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @kelkerwell

  • Additional facilities include:

    – Outdoor wood-fired hot tub.
    – Fire pit, BBQ and a picnic bench for outdoor dining & relaxing.
    – Herb planters and a mini allotment – we are also planting fruit trees and edible hedges.
    – All bedding, towels, toiletries (shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, soap & toilet roll) and cleaning products (e.g. washing up liquid) will be provided.
    – There will be all you need for a lovely breakfast/brunch, including bread, jam and Whin Yeats Farm eggs & cheese. We will provide a range of tea bags, coffee and Whin Yeats milk.
    – All the other little things you may need & that make a holiday special – e.g. torches, binoculars, maps, guidebooks, books, games, umbrellas, fresh herbs and kitchen store cupboard essentials, for example, sugar, salt and pepper, ketchup, HP sauce, butter and olive oil.

    What to bring:

    We couldn’t provide the privacy and tranquillity we’re offering without guests having a 10-minute walk to the Roundhouse. We can transport you & your luggage via quad bike on arrival after 17:00 and between 12:30 & 13:00 on departure – all part of the experience! Alternative times may be possible, please contact us to discuss. A wheelbarrow will also be provided to help with moving any luggage, food etc. You will need sensible footwear, for example wellies and walking boots, as the path to the Roundhouse is uneven, through agricultural fields and woodland.

    The only other things you need to bring, apart from yourself (& anybody else you would like to spoil and “get away from it all” with) are:

    – Weather appropriate clothing – this is Northern England after all! And slippers in winter (for extra cosyness)
    – A camera – the views are fantastic!
    – Any food & drink you would like to bring. Alternatively, the essentials provided will be enough for breakfast/brunch, and you can pick up additional items during your visit. Some supermarkets deliver to the area – if you would like to arrange a delivery, please contact us to discuss. 
    – The willingness to switch off and enjoy this beautiful setting!

  • With miles of spectacular fell walks and limestone pavements right on your doorstep and incredible views of Morecambe Bay, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, it’s an extraordinary place to visit!

    The beauty of this area is that it’s open access land across five fells with countless footpaths that are easy to navigate, all on your doorstep! There is a gate a few metres from the site, taking you straight onto Hutton Roof Crags, passing by a badger set & onto the Limestone Link. The Rakes, a limestone outcrop popular with climbers is nearby, and the limestone pavements on Newbiggin Crags offer spectacular and unique landscapes.

    We are situated in South Lakeland and very close to the National Park. It’s a 20 min drive to Kendal, 30 min to Windermere and 1 hour to Coniston and Keswick. Most areas are possible to cycle to or travel via the 555 bus from Clawthorpe.

    The Yorkshire Dales National Park boundary begins at Kirkby Lonsdale which is just a 15 min drive away. The Dales are known for pretty villages, stone walls crossing the landscape, caverns and waterfalls.

    Morecambe Bay is a large estuary stretching from Walney Island in Cumbria to Fleetwood in Lancashire.  It has the largest expanse of intertidal mudflats and sand in the United Kingdom, which are possible to cross with The Queen’s Official Guide, Cedric Robinson MBE during Spring & Summer. The area offers spectacular coastline views and amazing wildlife and adventure experiences.

    Please see our website for more information & advice on this beautiful area.

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Kelker Well, Hutton Roof, LA6 2PJ

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