The farms cover some 500 acres in the Cartmel valley, including woods, park and fell land, dotted with charming Victorian follies - and you are welcome, as our guests here, to open your door, and explore wherever you wish...
View over farm from Hampsfell
The tiny river Eea meanders past dry-stone walls to the paddock behind the house,
and on through the meadows with small hump-back bridges and slate-flag crossings
to take you on your way.
River Eea running through the water meadows
Little Heaning, our private wood - up the lane behind the cottage is a peaceful
haven of flowers, birds and wildlife... go spotting deer and badgers or admire
a mist of bluebells among the primroses in the Spring.
Spring time in Little Heaning Wood
Further along, past the old Victorian summer house, Hampsfell rises gently to
800 feet, surmounted by the "Hospice of Hampsfell" - a cut limestone tower with
a wonderful all-round vista over Morecambe Bay, the Pennines and Lake District fells.
A Folly with fabulous views ~ The Hospice of Hampsfell
Hampsfell behind the farm ~ acres of outstanding limestond pavement with lake district fells in the background.
View from Hamspfell behind the Farm
As this peninsula has a considerably milder climate than more northerly parts of the Lake District, it is particularly suitable for visits out of season.