About Nutstile Farm

Nutstile Farm has a long and interesting history. The original house was built in the 17th century but was rebuilt by Carol and Stephen in 1988. It was formally owned by ‘Greenwoods’ (men’s retailers) but was taken over by the Brennand family in 1955.

Nutstile Farm was previously known for coal mining and brick manufacturing many years ago. To this day bricks bearing the name ‘Barker Ingleton’ can still be found.

The farm covers 55 hectares of grassland. We have a herd of approximately 60 Holstein dairy cows which are milked by Stephen twice daily. Visitors to Nutstile Farm are welcome to see the milking process in action! We also have a flock of texel cross sheep and lambs. Lambing season runs from late February through to April so be sure to book during this time if you want to see the lambs skipping in the fields!

Our Rates

Handy Information

Dogs are welcome with our guests although we do ask that they stay outside in one of the farm buildings or in your car. Cyclists are also welcome with secure storage available as well as ample car parking spaces for those traveling by car.

The living accommodation at Nutstile Farm is complemented by the spectacular views over the Dales. The accommodation has recently undergone new decor. All dietary requirements can be catered for upon request, evening meals are regrettably not available however there are dining facilities available in the villages close by.

The farm is located half a mile from the A65, if driving from Skipton, turn left one mile after the Little Chef. From Kendal take the second right after the petrol station on leaving Ingleton. (Lookout for the Garden Toys sign at the junction and travel in the opposite direction.) The farm is well signposted from the junction. For those wishing to come by train, give us a call and we will meet you at the station, Bentham being the nearest.