At Drybeck

At Drybeck

Although we have the Lake District and the North Pennines on our doorstep there is much to do in and around Drybeck. You could simply relax by the river or take a stroll through the woods.

There are ideal spots along the local section of the river for wild swimming.

The Eden Valley is great cycling country, with many miles of quiet lanes and byways; we can arrange cycle hire and suggest routes.

There are also plenty of walking routes, whether down the river towards Wetheral or upstream to Armathwaite and the ancient rock carvings in the Eden Gorge, Coombe Woods, or around High Stand.

And at the end of the day, why not relax under the stars in onre of our hot-tubs.  Our 2 wooden cabins, The Wigloo and The Lantern house have their own private wood fired hot tubs alongside them.  If you are staying in either of our Gypsy Caravans or The Yurt we have another wood fired hot tub on site which can accommodate up to 6 people and can be hired out for your own exclusive use. For more information on the pricing, booking and use of the hot tubs visit our FAQ’s page


  •   Just home from a lovely two night stay! Absolutely loved this place. We stayed in the gypsy caravan Evelyn. The caravan was a lovely little hide away with everything needed for a relaxing weekend. Toilets and showers nice and clean. The cook house has everything...More

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  •   My first visit to Drybeck Farm,booked Evelyn the gypsy caravan for myself my friend and my pooch. I could not believe at first how beautiful this 'oasis of calm'was even just driving in.We were met and welcomed by Steve who took us over to our...More

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  •   We would just like to thank Drybeck Farm for our amazing two night stay for our 6 year anniversary. It was just what was needed and so relaxing. We truly didn’t want to come home. We stayed in the Lantern house and the Japanese bath...More

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  •   Drybeck Farm was the first glamping experience for me and my partner and it did not disappoint! The facilities on offer was so much more than what we expected. There was everything from pots and pans to teapots and tattie peelers. We brought all our...More

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  •   This was our second trip to Drybeck, we stayed in Evelyn earlier in the year, but chose Ruby this time. Absolutely loved our weekend away, so relaxing. Ruby is just beautiful and cosy. She is in a brilliant and private spot by the river to...More

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  •   We stayed here for two nights in June. The first night was dry but cold (we sat out round the fire pit). For the second night it rained nonstop (we sat it round the wood burning stove). Despite this, we return and we will recommend...More

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  •   Can not fault our stay from start to finish. Lovely clean warm place to stay with great friendly owners who were happy to help with what ever u needed. Will be returning without a shadow of a doubt. Had an amazing time 😁

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  •   We stayed in the Evelyn living wagon and had a lovely relaxed weekend, so peaceful and great distance between other accomodations. Steve was great and really helpful and friendly. We will definitely be returning very soon and trying the wigloo out.

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