Camping at Drybeck Farm

To compliment our well established and popular Glamping accommodation we have now opened up another field for those who want to enjoy Drybeck and it’s glorious surroundings from their own tents. We are offering 3 very well spaced out pitches with each pitch being for the sole use of 1 party and each party allowed up to a maximum of 2 tents on their pitch – plenty of space and privacy. Smaller camper vans are also allowed.

This is old school camping as we used to know it, no shops, reception, Wi-Fi, or club house, just a beautiful meadow in the heart of the Eden Valley. There is a fire pit on each pitch for you to enjoy a camp fire. Just a few yards from your tent there is the beautiful River Eden to swim and play in and loads of space for the kids to run round and play.

As well as providing camping in its own right our camping can also be used as extra accommodation for bookings in our yurt and Gypsy Caravans.

In addition there is the usual warm welcome from Steve & Paula.

Tent for up to 4 people £15 per night
Larger Tent £22.50 per night
Camper Van £20 per night
Firewood £4 per sack

Use of showers and loos are included in the above camping fees.

For more information on the area, how to find us and things to do please visit the relevant pages on this website.

All camping bookings must be paid for in full at the time of booking. Bookings are only provisional and will not be confirmed until payment in full has been received.  On the online booking pages payment options given are either by Cheque or Bank Transfer.  If this is not convenient, once you have made a provisional booking, send an email to enquiries@drybeckfarm.co.uk and request a Worldpay payment link to be sent to you which will allow you to pay with a debit or credit card.

  •   Me and my partner recently stayed here for 3 days and found it to be exactly what we were looking for in. Had everything we needed and a good equipped kitchen. The host was great and available if we needed anything and friendly.we have recommended...More

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    7/06/2018
  •   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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    5/11/2018
  •   Arrived late but Steve was incredibly helpful showing us the our Gypsy CaravanEvelyn through the dark (we had torches - a MUST). He even fired up the hot tub stove again for our use. The caravan itself is very compact and that was without us...More

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    11/24/2018
  •   I stayed in the Evelyn Gypsy Caravan. The charm and character was antique quaint, with warm blankets, and traditional quilts on the bed to snuggle and keep one cosy. The ambiance was that of a time long ago. There was lantern lighting. I would suggest...More

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    9/12/2018
  •   I cannot put into words how good this place is. Perfection is probably an understatement. We had a family weekend away for my sons 16th birthday, 3 of us stayed in the yurt and 2 of us in a gypsy caravan. Each one comes with...More

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    5/25/2018
  •   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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    11/14/2018
  •   We stayed at Dry Beck Farm a few weeks ago, myself and my 2 Children. We had a warm welcome from Steve on arrival who showed us to our yurt for the weekend. Glamping at its finest, beautiful surroundings with everything we could ever need....More

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    8/25/2018
  •   I can not recommend this beautiful place enough, it's a tucked away little gem with a slow running river right in view! Myself and my husband stayed in the wigloo which had a private kitchen and hottub secluded by the over branches of trees which...More

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    9/05/2018