The Caldbeck Area, Caldbeck, Cumbria  The Caldbeck Area  The Caldbeck Area, North Lakes, Caldbeck

Wallace Lane Farm is nestled in the beautiful northern Lake District, a small 5 minute drive from Caldbeck Village and 20 minutes from Skiddaw fell.

The name Caldbeck comes from the Old Norse word Kaldr bekkr meaning, cold beck or cold stream. Like most riverside villages their lives depended on the river for every day living. Powering the mill which now hides alongside a beautiful walk known as The Howk. A magical little walk which all the family will love, the little ones can look for trolls amd fairies and the adults can enjoy the pub at the end of the walk.

The churchyard in Caldbeck contains the grave of John Peel, one of the county's most famous characters, born in Parkend Caldbeck in 1776. As a huntsman and merrymaker he had no equal and became nationally renowned after a song was written about him and performed in London in 1869.

A great base to enjoy the Lakes, with everything on your doorstep. Skiddaw, Cat Bells and many more fells are near by which offer amazing walks. Derwent and Bassenthwaite also a small drive away both with boat hire available.

For those on a motorbike trip, seeking the famous pass's through the hills and twisties by the lakes you will not be disappointed! James, John and Tom are onsite for advice on the best roads.

Above all we hope you enjoy your stay

The Odd fellows Arms

The village pub! Good selection of ales and beers. Book in advance for food as they book up fast!

Caldbeck village shop

The village shop and petrol station has all your amenties and then some! 

Places of Interest

Caldbeck offers some little treats, from The Muddy Duck which offers ice creams, coffees and beautiful Cumberland Sausage Butties to the more traditional Priests' Mills tea rooms alongside the river.

The Old Smithy Tearooms

The Muddy Duck 

Priests Mill Tearoom and gallery

Priests' Mill Tearoom and Gallery, A historical building hidden away down by the river. Offers food and drinks throughout the day!

Caldbeck also offers beautiful farm fresh milk from Midtown Milkhouse, a small local shop with a unique treats as well as your newspaper. Have a wander and explore the craft and gift shop.

The Gruffalo trail can be found a 40 minute drive away at Whinlatter Forest and offers an amazing day out for everyone, bike hire is available and a GoApe centre is also on site.

Allonby has a beautiful shore line running alongside the Solway Firth, great for kids and a great place to enjoy an ice cream or picnic. Stay until early evening for the best sunsets ever!

The village green and pond

Keswick & Derwent Water is a great day out, with multiple walks around the Lake. Catch a show at The Theatre By The Lake or take a boat ride across to Cat Bells one of the smaller fells. only 30 minutes away by car. 

Cottages in Caldbeck

Motorcycle Touring? Adventure round the many passes like Hardknott pass, Britains steepest pass! or explore the twisty fell roads between the lakes. On site advice is available!

Self catering holiday cottages Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria

Award-Winning Self-Catering
Holiday Cottages
Glamping Lodges
Campsite and Caravanning
A dog-friendly site
Nestled at the top of the Lake District

 
Wallace Lane Farm, Caldbeck
 

Contact details

James, John & Janet
Wallace Lane Farm
Brocklebank
Wigton
Cumbria
CA7 8DL

Tel: 016974 78 188
Mob: 07770 232 944
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