Loading icon
Luxury accommodation

Luxury accommodation

Mood lighting

Mood lighting

Warm and cosy

Warm and cosy

Lounge space

Lounge space

Log burner & underfloor heating

Log burner & underfloor heating

Super king bed

Super king bed

Hypnos comfort

Hypnos comfort

Shepherds View Studio space

Shepherds View Studio space

View of Shepherds View

View of Shepherds View

View to Dufton Pike

View to Dufton Pike

View from the bed

View from the bed

View from the sofa

View from the sofa

Jacuzzi bath

Jacuzzi bath

Shower

Shower

Bathhouse products

Bathhouse products

Bathroom

Bathroom

Kitchen

Kitchen

Indulge yourself

Indulge yourself

Private garden

Private garden

View to Great Dun Fell

View to Great Dun Fell

Luxury accommodation

Luxury accommodation

Mood lighting

Mood lighting

Warm and cosy

Warm and cosy

Lounge space

Lounge space

Log burner & underfloor heating

Log burner & underfloor heating

Super king bed

Super king bed

Hypnos comfort

Hypnos comfort

Shepherds View Studio space

Shepherds View Studio space

View of Shepherds View

View of Shepherds View

View to Dufton Pike

View to Dufton Pike

View from the bed

View from the bed

View from the sofa

View from the sofa

Jacuzzi bath

Jacuzzi bath

Shower

Shower

Bathhouse products

Bathhouse products

Bathroom

Bathroom

Kitchen

Kitchen

Indulge yourself

Indulge yourself

Private garden

Private garden

View to Great Dun Fell

View to Great Dun Fell

Shepherds View Barn

Dufton Barn Holidays Cumbria, CA16 6DB

Spectacular romantic hideaway in the peaceful Eden

  • Woodburning stove and underfloor heating
  • Stylish Jacuzzi bath to relax or invigorate you
  • Super king-size bed with Hypnos mattress
  • Local pub within walking distance
  • Smart TV, Bluetooth Bose speaker, Netflix
  • Gardens, private parking and cycle storage
    • Sleeps 2Sleeps 2
    • Bedrooms 1Bedrooms 1
    • Bathrooms 1Bathrooms 1
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 2Dines 2
    • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
    • WiFiWiFi
    • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
    • Real fireReal fire
    • VisitEngland 5 star
    • VisitEngland Gold award for excellence

Availability & Book Now

Click any available start date to see prices & BOOK

From £450

  • Start dates

  • Available

  • Booked

  • My Dates

Book Now
– Member Since 2018 –

Features

Sleeps 2

Bedrooms 1

Dines 2

All Ensuite

Matched bathrooms

Enclosed Garden

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Site

Catering available

Owners/Manager onsite

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Real fire

Bike storage

Walkable pub

About & Contact

Spectacular romantic hideaway in the peaceful Eden

Shepherds View Barn is the ultimate luxury retreat for 2 people to relax and pamper yourself. Situated in the unspoilt and picturesque natural beauty of the Eden Valley you can truly get away from it all in this stunning and peaceful corner of Cumbria.

Recently renovated to a high standard you will have everything you need for a relaxing break for 2. Downstairs you will find a fully fitted modern kitchen including an electric oven with ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer. Also on this level is a separate storage space to clean your boots, store your bikes and a log store.

Upstairs you will find a well spaced open plan bedroom and sitting area with feature window giving stunning unrestricted views of the Pennines from either bed or sofa. With underfloor heating throughout you can also snuggle up in front of the log burner and set the atmosphere with the colour change mood lighting. The bed for your stay is a super-king with Hypnos mattress and Egyptian cotton linen to give you that extra feeling of luxury. Also here you will find an LED TV with Freeview channels and Netflix, as well as a Bluetooth Bose speaker.

Leading from the bedroom is the en suite bathroom complete with walk-in shower and Jacuzzi bath. The bath is the ultimate way to rejuvenate after a day out walking or simply to pamper yourself with its pre-programmed hydrotherapy settings.

Outside you will have private parking for your car, and will be able to enjoy a private section of the award winning cottage garden with views of the Pennines.

If you choose to venture out, Shepherds view is located on the edge of the attractive village of Dufton on the Pennine Way route and close to High Cup Nick, the grand canyon of the north, and you can literally walk or cycle from the door. The historic market town of Appleby is 3 miles away with all its facilities, and you are perfectly positioned for the North Yorkshire Moors and the Lake District, Keswick being only 40 minutes drive away.

Location & Attractions

Select categories to explore all attractions

  • Castle
  • Cycling
  • Festivals
  • Food
  • Gardens
  • Golf
  • Heritage
  • Leisure Parks
  • Museums
  • Pub/Restaurant
  • Town
  • Visitors Attraction
  • Walks
  • Theatre

Shepherds View Barn, Dufton Barn Holidays

Dufton
Appleby in Westmorland
Cumbria
CA16 6DB

Whinlatter Forest

Exhilarating mountain biking and fantastic walks

Visit Website >

Smardale

Walk from Smardale on a charming circular walk that includes the old railway and viaduct on easy to follow tracks

Visit Website >

Penrith Castle

14th Century Castle - English Heritage Site

Visit Website >

Nine Standards Rigg

A rewarding walk with spectacular views over the Eden and the Cairns that give the summit its name, high above Kirkby Stephen

Visit Website >

Murton Pike

Higher than Dufton Pike with equally spectacular views over the Eden and a clear track up

Visit Website >

Mallerstang

Walk from Ousgill to Hell Gill falls and back across the top via the iconic Water Cut sculpture close to the source of the Eden

Visit Website >

Larch Cottage Nurseries

Great nursery, gallery and bistro with interesting garden pieces to buy or simply admire

Visit Website >

Housesteads Roman Fort

World Heritage Site on Hadrian's Wall

Visit Website >

Hellvelyn

Famous Lake District Peak but not for the inexperienced walker due its difficulty particularly along Striding Edge

Visit Website >

Hallin Fell

On the shore of Ullswater a picturesque circular walk including views of Ullswater and finishing with an ascent of the summit

Visit Website >

Grasmere Gingerbread

Invented in 1854 and simply the best gingerbread in the World!

Visit Website >

George & Dragon Clifton

Country Estate Inn, finalist in Taste Cumbria 2018

Visit Website >

Flakebridge

An easy circular walk through Flakebridge Woods which is particularly spectacular at the end of May when the Bluebells are in full bloom

Visit Website >

Dufton Pike

Walk up or just around in around 2 hours for all abilities

Visit Website >

Dufton Ghyll

30 minute woodland walk for any weather with the opportunity of seeing deer, red squirrels, woodpeckers and other animals if you are lucky

Visit Website >

Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens

Home to the annual World Marmalade festival in March and numerous other events through the year.

Visit Website >

Cranstons Food Hall Penrith

Purveyors of fine food and drink from local Cumbrian suppliers

Visit Website >

Brough Castle Ice Cream and Tea rooms

Delicious home made ice cream in the shadow of Brough Castle

Visit Website >

Askham Hall Gardens & Cafe

Quirky atmospheric stylish café in the grounds and gardens of Askham Hall

Visit Website >

Appleby Leisure Centre

Gym and swimming pool open to all but check times for specific swim options

Visit Website >

Brough Castle

Towering Keep dates from around 1200 - English Heritage Site

Visit Website >

Brougham Castle

13th Century English Heritage Castle near Penrith

Visit Website >

High Force - Middleton In Teesdale

Spectacular waterfall reached after a walk from the main car park - one of the best sights in England!

Visit Website >

Askham Outdoor Swimming Pool

In the lovely village of Askham an outdoor pool for those lovely summer months

Visit Website >

Kings Meaburn

Pleasant circular walk along the river beneath Kings Meaburn starting from the village itself

Skiddaw

Unrestricted views from the summit are arguably the best in the Lakes

Visit Website >

Ullswater Way

20 Mile walking route around Ullswater that can be broken into bite size chunks and combined with the Steamer for a great day out.

Visit Website >

Cycle routes in the Eden

Plenty of excellent cycle routes for all abilities in the Eden

Visit Website >

Sedbergh

Plenty to do in and around this lovely Cumbrian Town in the foothills of the Howgills

Hawes

Picturesque town in the Yorkshire Dales

Visit Website >

Potfest

Held at Hutton in the Forest at the end of July with many potters exhibiting, with the house open through the rest of the year as well

Visit Website >

Orton Farmers Market

2nd Saturday of every month, produce from local farmers, growers and artisans

Visit Website >

Abbot Lodge Jersey Ice Cream

Over 40 flavours of homemade Jersey Ice Cream

Visit Website >

Wensleydale Cheese

Home of the famous cheese and a must for any Wallace and Gromit

Visit Website >

Kirkby Lonsdale

Historic market town on the edge of the Lake District with picturesque streets to meander through

Visit Website >

Brougham Hall

One of the largest country house restoration projects in England and featuring a number of arts and crafts workshops as well as a café.

Visit Website >

Acorn Bank (National Trust)

A tranquil haven with an industrial past; house, gardens and watermill

Visit Website >

Llama Karma Kafe

Legendary bistro where you can see the Llamas whilst eating your breakfast or lunch or grab a coffee.

Visit Website >

Boot & Shoe in Greystoke

Traditional Cumbrian pub with great food, and set with the backdrop of the village where Tarzan came from!

Visit Website >

House at Temple Sowerby

AA 2 Rosette restaurant serving taking the best in local and seasonal produce and presenting it in an exciting, modern way.

Visit Website >

Black Swan Culgaith

Great pub food set in a traditional 17th Century Cumbrian Inn

Visit Website >

Stag Inn, Dufton

Great choice of ales and great pub food, all a 2 minute walk from Shepherds View!

Visit Website >

Royal Oak, Appleby

Award winning family run pub offering quality pub/restaurant food and drink

Visit Website >

Shepherds Inn, Langwathby

Home of the 'Wathby Whale', but so much more in a great traditional village Inn

Visit Website >

The Bridge - Kirkby Thore

Listed in the Good Food Guide 2018 serving affordable foodie fare in a stylish café bistro setting

Visit Website >

Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale

Unique small course suitable for any standard set in a beautiful woodland setting

Visit Website >

Penrith Golf Centre and Driving Range

Range and 9 hole course open to all standards of player

Visit Website >

Penrith Golf Club

Enjoy a round of golf overlooking the Lakeland Fells

Visit Website >

Keswick

Nestled on Derwentwater, a fantastic place to spend the day

Lonsdale Alhambra Cineam

all the latest film releases in an old fashioned theatre setting

Visit Website >

Penrith Players

Amateur dramatics in Cumbria

Visit Website >

Theatre by the Lake

Keswicks Theatre, on the shores of Derwentwater

Visit Website >

Appleby Golf Club

Described as 'Gleneagles in the raw'

Visit Website >

Great Dun Fell

Another 100 climbs states that Great Dun Fell is the greatest climb in England’ “Our Mont Ventoux’ it has no peers, there is no comparison.”

Visit Website >

Carlisle

Fortification since Roman times and a Castle from 1092 - English Heritage Site

Pendragon Castle

Reputed to have been founded by Uther Pendragon, father to King Arthur

Visit Website >

Appleby Castle

Preferred residence of Lady Anne Clifford with a Norman Keep

Visit Website >

Penrith

Plenty to do in Penrith from specialist shops and farmers market, great places to eat and drink to suit all tastes and budgets, and special events through the year.

Visit Website >

Kirkby Stephen

Traditional market town with interesting shops and rural scenery. Visit the Church Gallery, take a walk up to the Nine Standards, visit nearby Brough castle or take the Poetry Path.

Visit Website >

Blencathra

The first Lake District peak you reach coming from Penrith along the A66 and a truly stunning walk, starting from Scales.

Visit Website >

Kennedys Chocolate Shop in Orton

Chocolate factory and coffee shop in the picturesque village of Orton and whilst you visit why not talk a walk on Orton Scar with its dramatic views of the Howgills.

Visit Website >

Tan Hill Inn

The highest pub in Britain at 528m above sea level.

Visit Website >

Askham

One of the most attractive villages in Westmorland, with pub, Askham Hall gardens and café, and a pleasant place to walk through.

Visit Website >

Butchers Arms Crosby Ravensworth

Community owned pub passionate about fresh, home cooked food, made using the finest local ingredients in a friendly environment.

Visit Website >

Aira Force (National Trust)

A spectacular waterfall reached by a pleasant stroll natural woodland

Visit Website >

High Cup Nick

The Grand Canyon of the Pennines and featuring in Julia Bradbury's best walks with a view accessed from Dufton.

Visit Website >

Appleby

Ancient market town of Westmorland, boasting an array of local shops, cafes and pubs and a pleasant place to explore.

Visit Website >

Mill Yard Cafe

Mill Yard café and bistro in the centre of Morland offering great food and drink Wed to Sun

Visit Website >

Rheged Centre

Fabulous visitor centre containing food hall of local produce, interesting shops, cafes, cinema and gallery space

Visit Website >

Long Meg & Her Daughters

One of the finest stone circles in the North of England, why not combine with a walk from Little Salkeld to Long Meg and back via Lacys cave.

Visit Website >

Bowes Museum

The North's museum of art, fashion and design housing an outstanding collection of European fine and decorative art.

Visit Website >

Lowther Castle

Dramatic ruins, gardens within gardens, a Café, and a huge expanse of land to explore.

Visit Website >

Ullswater Steamers

Award winning leisure cruises on England's most beautiful lake.

Visit Website >


Reviews for Dufton Barn Holidays

Meet the owner

Carole & Simon

Carole and Simon - We moved to Dufton in 2013, with our 2 sons and Truffles our cat. Since then we have been joined by a border collie, Nell. We started developing our barn in October 2017 and finally opened at the end of May 2018. We have tried to think of everything that you will need to have a fantastic holiday, from the perspective of what we would need or want to have. We live next to Shepherds View and carry out all the cleaning ourselves, which means we are also on hand to show you around on your arrival, and are usually only a door knock away from being able to provide help or advice with the barn or where to walk or visit - but only if you need us! Our aim is to provide you with the backdrop for a memorable break, whether you plan to explore, to be restful or romantic.