Outside the Bunkhouse

Looking down the Farm lane from end of public road

Bullpot bunkhouse is surrounded by farmland, mainly used for cattle and sheep grazing. We do have access to a front yard car park, rear garden, rear car park and raised garden area to the North West of the building. Pictures below show various views around the exterior of the premises.

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Farm in winter

Aerial photo to show the isolation of Bullpot

Construction work.

Thanks to a Yorkshire Dales National Park SDF Grant, considerable work has been done in the back garden to develop three new stone built tackle stores and a grey water storage system for toilets and gear washing. The work is now complete and a backup water supply pumps water up from the stream during dry weather.

Painting by John Conway

June display of Orchids. Photo Bill Nix

Water Supply

Our water supply at the farm for flushing the toilets come from rainwater collected off the roof and stored in some tanks in the back garden. These are topped up by pumping water up from the stream during dry weather. To run the pump you need to switch it on and run it for an hour or so every day while you are there. The switch is located in the store cupboard on the extreme left as you go out into the rear garden, next to the small gate out to the track. There is a pipe by the back door that shows the water level in the tanks to help you monitor this

 If you run out of water you will have to flush toilets with buckets from the stream so do not forget! 

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Front doorRear garden and BBQ area

New tackle store

Water storage tanks

Front door

Side elevation

Side elevation

New Woodstore

Wood store

Spacous Rear car park

Bonfire & camping field

back garden camp
Rear garden (camping)

Rear garden and BBQ area

N P Sign & Changing Room

N P Sign & Changing Room

Details on NP sign

Bullpot Farm from the South