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Beautiful cottages redeveloped for a luxury stay in the country

Broadmea has been a working farm since 1950, consisting of mainly Swaledale sheep.

Owners Paul and Trish, the fourth generation of Staleys’ who have operated the 1800 acre farm, began the conversion of the old cow byre and hay store in 2005. The aim of the renovation was to restore and maintain as much of the original 18th century buildings as possible.

First guests, welcomed in February 2007, found the end result of this beautiful barn conversion to be a huge success. With its perfect combination of traditional structure and contemporary design, Broadmea has become a wonderfully popular destination for staying in the English Countryside.

The cottages are well maintained to keep a modern, updated and stylish feel, including a recent addition of a hot tub for guests booking the Stable.

  • Paul and Trish
    Paul and Trish
  • Pet Friendly
    Pet Friendly
  • Original Structure 2005
    Original Structure 2005
  • Work in Progress 2005
    Work in Progress 2005
  • Work in Progress 2005
    Work in Progress 2005
  • Nearly Finished 2006
    Nearly Finished 2006
  • Swaledale Ram at Broadmea
    Swaledale Ram at Broadmea
  • Lambs at Broadmea
    Lambs at Broadmea
  • Broadmea by the River
    Broadmea by the River
  • A Walk in the Field
    A Walk in the Field
  • Red Grouse
    Red Grouse

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As well as keeping the properties up to date and in top condition, the Staleys are committed to environmentally friendly farming and work with Natural England on upland Hay Meadow and Moorland Restoration schemes. The Staley's long-term plan, to preserve and enhance the countryside along with stone wall maintenance and woodland planting, makes Broadmea an appealing and idyllic place to stay.

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