This converted seventeenth-century barn offers ‘camping within walls’ accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Meadowsweet Bothy adjoins Ragged Robin Bothy in a converted two-cell barn and shippon, originally used for housing farm livestock and hay.
Each bothy has its own secure entrance and is separated from the neighbouring bothy by a stone dividing wall. The bothies have high roof eaves, stone whitewashed walls and stone/concrete earth floors. Each bothy has 3 bunk bed platforms (wooden bases only), sleeping 6 people, with a breakfast bar-style seating area.