Our Yorkshire Farm fans now have the opportunity to stay with the entire Owen family as Amanda and Clive rent out part of Ravenseat farm.
The Yorkshire Shepherdess lives there with her nine children and husband, and spend their days keeping up with the farm work, reports Yorkshire Live.
A stay here would allow fans a taste of the rural lifestyle and perhaps even a glimpse of Tony the pony.
It’s also a fantastic place to explore some of the beautiful landscape in God’s Own County.
Whilst the Owen family are currently not accepting visitors or taking accommodation bookings due to the pandemic, the roadmap out of lockdown means they could be throwing open the doors soon.
So what can you expect?
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Where you’ll stay
Whilst the obvious answer is Ravenseat, there’s a little more to it.
Ravenseat farm boasts a Shepherd’s Hut, which is just £90 per night for two people which also includes breakfast.
For single occupancy, it’s only £60 and there is no minimum stay in this accommodation.
For a larger party, there is the Firs – a six-bedroom farmhouse just down the road from the Owen family home.
Available for £175 a night, there is a three-night minimum stay throughout the year apart from July and August where a seven-night stay is needed, commencing July 4, July 11, July 18, July 25 as well as August 1, August 8, August 15, August 22 and August 29.
Things to do nearby
The 2,000-acre working farm is located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire, roughly an hour’s walk west of Keld.
It’s perfectly situated for the popular Coast to Coast walk as it falls exactly halfway along.
Made famous by the legendary Alfred Wainwright the journey takes intrepid hikers 192 miles across England from St Bees to Robin Hoods Bay on an epic two-week trail.
There are picnic benches situated by the packhorse bridge, perfect for a resting place.
Here, the Owen clan offer afternoon tea and scones between mid-May and September.
It’s not just available for those staying at Ravenseat as it falls across the path of many walkers – just make sure to book ahead of time.
How to find Ravenseat
Ravenseat is a little out of the way but if the school bus can find it, so can you.
Ravenseat sits by Whitsundale Beck, at the head of the River Swale, a ten-minute drive to the west of Keld.
The full address is Ravenseat Farm, Keld, North Yorkshire, DL11 6LP and the Yorkshire Shepherdess had a handy map on her website where you can enter your starting location.