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Welcome to Strudda Bank

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Strudda Bank is a traditional hill beef and sheep farm on the Western edge of the Lake District National Park with 100 suckler cows and 1000 hill sheep.  The farm is located close to Ennerdale which is one of the least visited and wildest areas of the Lake District.  It is also within 14 miles of Wasdale Head at the base of England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, and home to England’s deepest lake, Wastwater.

The farm is a family business run for over 35 years by Kevin and Yvonne Holliday.  Over the last couple of years, Kevin and Yvonne’s daughter, Vicky Slater and her husband, Peter, have come back to work on the farm with their 3 children Ryan, Jessica and Katie

 

As a family we would like to invite you to come and visit us at Strudda Bank. Come and join in with the exciting seasons on the farm or just simply relax in our luxury pods. Strudda Bank is the perfect retreat for all.