Skirefare Barn Bunkhouse

Kettlewell Road, Kilnsey, North Yorkshire, BD23 5PT

Skirfare Barn, Kilnsey offers self catering dormitory accommodation in a traditional stone barn and is a distinctive feature of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales landscape.

Skifare stands at the confluence of Upper Wharfedale and Littondale with the climbers' challenge, Kilnsey Crag, providing a spectacular backdrop. The area is famous for walking, cycling and touring with several footpaths easily accessible from the barn including the Dales Way. Kilnsey is nearby where you can find The Kilnsey Park providing day fishing and food.Or there's The Tennant Arms Hotel for those who prefer a bar snack. Pony and Llama trekking is available at Conistone.

Although altered little on the outside, the Barn has been converted to provide centrally heated accommodation with fully equipped kitchen, common room with TV and DVD player and showers on the upper floor, and 5 bedrooms & drying room on the ground floor. Ample car parking and a grass recreation area.

Free WiFi.

Perfect accommodation for cycling or walking holidays or friends and family-get-togethers.
Skirfare Barn is located in Kilnsey midway between bustling, vibrant Grassington and the charming riverside village of Kettlewell.

The Barn provides the perfect base for exploring the many delights of the Yorkshire Dales. After a busy day enjoying the honey pot attractions of Grassington or Kilnsey, return to the peace and quiet of the upper dale and enjoy the seclusion of the relaxing gardens.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Dog Friendly
  • Parking
  • WiFi


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