WHY STAY WITH US

Situated in 80 acres of private grounds with lovely walks from the doorstep. Whether it's a gentle stroll or a good hike to the high peaks, Yewfield offers many opportunities for exploring this unique national park. The gardens provide a peaceful place to relax and enjoy the stunning views, or on cooler days, sit by the log fire in the lounge and catch up with a good book.

Yewfield Yoga

Yewfield occasionally caters for independent yoga events but we are delighted to announce that we are now offering our own Yoga at Yewfield.
The perfect combination: being cosseted within Yewfield's wonderful accommodation and being absorbed in your yoga. Bliss!
Find out details of the forthcoming Yewfield Yoga Retreat.
Visit http://www.yewfield.co.uk/about/workshops.

Rose How

The house next door to Yewfield is now part of the estate providing us with five rooms. The large Leylandii hedge that shadowed the grounds has gone opening up to a lovely secluded garden area.

Ambleside Manor

Our sister guesthouse is welcoming guests, situated in Ambleside and open throughout the year.

Visit www.ambleside-manor.co.uk or call 015394 32062.

Working at Yewfield

If you are interested in working at Yewfield and have experience in hospitality

please do send in a CV with information to

derek@yewfield.co.uk

WHAT'S NEW AT YEWFIELD

Self-catering apartments reopening on December 2nd 2020

Based on latest Government's guidelines we are happy to announce that we are reopening our self-catering apartments on December 2nd 2020. You can book your stay in a self-catering apartment here.

Bed and breakfast will remain closed until January 2021, but we are already taking bookings for next year. You can book your stay in a B&B here.

We have put in place new system at Yewfield for the safety of our guests and work colleagues.

  • Complying with COVID-19 secure guidelines
  • Deep-cleaning and disinfecting rooms after each stay and maintaining high cleanliness standards throughout
  • Not providing room servicing (unless staying over 3 nights)
  • Substituting the usual breakfast with pre-order of buffet and cooked breakfast
  • Providing hand sanitisers in key areas

We will be sending out information emails 24 hours prior to guest arrival, so please make sure that you check the email you provided during the booking process.

Based on latest Government's guidelines face coverings must be worn in most hospitality venues, therefore we kindly ask you to wear a face covering when you are indoors in all shared public areas of the guest house (in corridors, on stairs, in lounge, etc.). The face covering should only be removed when eating and drinking and sat at your breakfast table.

Please note that we have moved the check in time for both B&B and self-catering apartments to 3:00 PM, you are welcome to arrive before 3:00 PM, leave your car and go for a walk or relax in the lounge. Check out is still by 11:00 AM.

You can find more information on new bed and breakfast guidelines here and self-catering guidelines - here.

As a new initiative we are making 3 new self-catering properties which makes 6 self-catering apartments in total, 3 nights min stay starting from £330.00.

This will offer peace of mind for those looking to have their own environment and yet be able to explore the Lakes.

We look forward to welcoming you at Yewfield!


Yewfield and Beyond!


Yoga Retreats at Yewfield

Thursday 25th February departing Sunday 28th February 2021

Sunday 5th September departing Wednesday 8th September 2021

See Retreats under the about tab

Margaret Armstrong - a yoga practitioner for 35 years and teacher for over 25 - has long been hosting private yoga retreats at Yewfield.
We are now opening up the opportunity to join Margaret, and the excellent Yewfield team, for yoga days and retreats.

To book a place phone Yewfield 015394 36765


Concerts

We have classical and contemporary music concerts featuring world class performers, see the Concert page for up-dates.

Gardeners' Blog

Gary Primrose who manages the woodlands around Yewfield features in a Cumbria Woodlands case study on managing the plantation and explains the long term goal of setting up a wood fuel cycle for the house, providing chip and firewood, while converting the woodland from coniferous forest to deciduous woodland. All the heating for the house and apartments is now provided by wood chip.

To keep up to date with with what is happening on the grounds at Yewfield, visit the Gardeners' Blog.

Grey squirrels: A Conservation Dilemma?

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'Squirrels are bastards'. Those are the surprising words at the start of Alys Fowler's gardening article...

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