Ravenseat A traditional Yorkshire Dales hill farm 

Ravenseat is the home of The Yorkshire Shepherdess, Amanda Owen, her husband Clive and their 9 children.  
 
Why not come and stay in our Shepherds Hut - just £80 per night for two people (including breakfast) and £50 for single occupancy, or at The Firs - our 6 bedroom farmhouse just down the road, available for £175 per night (min 3 night stay) or discounted to £1,200 for a full weeklong stay. 
 
For any Accommodation Enquiries please click here 
 
Alternatively, from Spring to September why not call in for one of our Cream Teas 
 
A 2,000 acre working farm, located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire, about an hour’s walk west of Keld – Also situated exactly half way on the hugely popular Coast to Coast walk.  
 
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. 
 
 
A 2,000 acre working farm, located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire, about an hour’s walk west of Keld – Also situated exactly half way on the hugely popular Coast to Coast walk.  
 
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. 
 
 
Picnic benches are sited by the packhorse bridge where tired walkers and visitors can momentarily stop, rest and take in the views whilst enjoying afternoon tea and scones (between Spring & Autumn only!) 
 
 
Picnic benches are sited by the packhorse bridge where tired walkers and visitors can momentarily stop, rest and take in the views whilst enjoying afternoon tea and scones (between Spring & Autumn only) 
 
FINDING RAVENSEAT 
Ravenseat sits by Whitsundale Beck, at the head of the River Swale, a ten minute drive to the west of Keld. 
 
Please enter your postcode in the map to get directions. 
 
Ravenseat Farm, Keld, North Yorkshire DL11 6LP 
 
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