Greengill is a campsite, and a bunk barn on the edge of Morland, a pretty village in Cumbria’s lovely Eden Valley.
Each can be rented separately or mixed and matched by groups of family or friends.
Morland, seven miles south east of Penrith, makes a central touring base for the Lakes, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales, Hadrian’s Wall and the Solway Firth. Ullswater, the nearest lake, is 20 minutes away. The Eden Valley is a cyclist’s paradise with rolling hills and splendid views. Morland is easily accessible from the M6 in a quiet and beautiful location. It has the Mill Yard Cafe, also open weekend evenings, and a pub, the Crown Inn.
- Greengill Bunk Barn. Spacious and comfortable bunk barn with a big beamed room with sofas, arm chairs and a pool table, ideal for parties. The barn sleeps 16 in two bunk rooms of 8. Well equipped kitchen and dining room. Three showers and three loos. Great for cycling and walking clubs, groups of friends, extended families to spend time together. Combine the barn with the campsite to create accommodation to suit every taste and age. Bring your own food, drink and music. The barn has pool, table tennis, darts and a music system and sofas. It is inexpensive with the first two nights being £20 a night and later nights £10.
- Greengill Campsite a certificated location of the Camping and Caravanning Club allowing up tp 5 motorhomes and caravans plus up to 12 tents. 6 electric hook ups. Shower and loo building plus access to Bunk Barn showers and loos at busy times. Covered washing up area and secure bike store. Open April to October.
- Morland House: Morland House is a large Tudor manor house in Morland newly refurbished as self-catering accommodation for 19 in 9 bedrooms. Ideal for family gatherings, birthdays, anniversaries and holidays. Extensive attractive garden. Short breaks welcome.
The Eden Valley is increasingly recognised as a paradise for cyclists with its quiet country lanes and extensive bridleways. National Cycle Route 71 passes Greengill, and there are exciting cycling opportunities in every direction passing through pretty villages and beautiful countryside. The popular Lands End to John o’Groats route passes nearby in one direction, as does the C2C in another.
Greengill Bunk Barn, and the campsite are central in England and Scotland, on the North/South and East/West routes with many attractions within biking distance.
The Barn offers secure indoor bike storage and washing and drying facilities, both for bikes and people.