• Greengill Bunk Barn recreation room

    Greengill Bunk Barn recreation room

  • Greengill Campsite

    Greengill Campsite

  • View across open countryside

    View across open countryside

Greengill Holidays

Greengill Holidays offers a bunk barn and a campsite on the edge of Morland, a charming village in Cumbria’s idyllic Eden Valley.

Our accommodation

Greengill Bunk Barn

The bunk barn is a spacious and comfortable converted barn. The centrepiece is its large, wood-beamed recreation room with sofas, armchairs and a pool table.  The barn sleeps 16 in two bunk rooms of 8. There is a well-equipped kitchen and dining room, three showers, and three toilets. It's perfect for groups of friends, extended families, cycling and walking clubs and other groups. You can of course combine the bunk barn with spaces at the campsite to accommodate different tastes and ages. All self catering so bring your own food, drink and music. It is open from April to December, including Christmas and New Year.

Greengill Campsite

The campsite is in a secluded location on the edge of the village, with exceptional views to Cross Fell and the Pennine range. It accommodates up to 5 motorhomes and caravans, plus up to 10 tents. There are 6 electric hook-ups available, a toilet/shower room, a covered washing-up area and a secure bike store. The campsite is open from April to October, and is a certificated site of the Camping and Caravanning Club.

Morland and the Eden Valley

Morland is a small, rural village of around 300 people, surrounded by rolling farmland and with superb views across to the Pennines. It is 8 miles south-east of Penrith, and its central location in the county makes it an excellent touring base for the Lake District, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales, Hadrian's Wall and the Solway Firth. Ullswater, the nearest lake, is 20 minutes away. The Eden Valley itself is a paradise for cyclists and walkers.

Morland is less than 15 minutes drive from the M6 (Shap Junction 39 or Penrith, Junction 40). It's also about 10 minutes from the A66 coming from the east.

The village and surrounding area is well served by the Mill Yard Cafe, open Wednesday to Sunday for breakfast, brunch, lunches and drinks, and also on Friday and Saturday evenings for takeaway pizza.

The village is also home to Morland House, a large Tudor manor house that can be hired as self-catering accommodation for 19 guests in 9 bedrooms. The house is Ideal for family gatherings, birthdays, anniversaries and holidays. It has a very fine garden that is open to guests of Greengill Holidays.

More local information can be found on our Things to Do page.

    Logo: We Are The Lakes - World Heritage site.