Creature comforts include the beds made being made up for your arrival and a towel bundle for each guest.
Whole hostel booking can be made if required and subject to availability.
If you need running hot water and flushing loos then this may not be for you.
Breakfast and BBQ hampers can, however, be ordered and collected from the owners at their nearby farm and of course you can be assured of excellent quality from animals reared right on your doorstep.More information on these food hampers can be found here.The most basic of these facilities are really stone tents but they vary considerably in terms of what they offer so do check what is included.As a bare minimum, they all offer basic facilities but some are quite luxurious yet, they remain a cheap and eco-friendly self-catering alternative, usually in unrivalled scenery.If you want to take a little of this magical spot of Cumbria home with you then chat to John and Maria about purchasing some of their farm produced wool or beautiful hand-made soap.
Full details of Wroster's Barn including up to date tariff can be found right here At the south of the Eden Valley on the edge of the Lake District National Park is a lovely corner of Cumbria.On the fell up above Wrostler's Barn is Parkamoor Cottage which sleeps 7 and close by is an off-the-grid camping spot which can be rented exclusively and would suit a party to a maximum of 25.You can read more about Camping in the Clearing, here.Each room of 4 is en-suite and lockable and you also get a key for the external door.The location is rural with lovely views toward the Lakeland fells and also south to the Arnside estuary.There is ample parking and the building is centrally heated and a log burner is also available for guests use.