Members will be able to use the hut as normal during periods that it is booked for felllfarer use with a few additional conditions. Members planning to visit High House during periods when it is reserved for fellfarers should notify us so the booking calendar will be updated with the numbers of those staying on each night so that members can choose whether or not to visit at busy times. Members and their guests may not visit High House if an external group has booked it.
Please read the booking conditions below - it is particularly important that you do not visit if you have tested positive or have any symptoms of suspected Covid 19, or have been told to self-isolate by test and trace or equivalent. A negative lateral flow test is recommended, particularly if you are not fully vaccinated.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the dates you are planning to stay and how many will be in your group. Only your initials and group size will be shown on the calendar
Click on the link below to see the live booking calendar.
Members and their guests:
External groups booking High House:
All Visitors to High House
If you are a non member interested in booking High House, or want to find out more about facilities at High House, please go to http://highhouseborrowdale.co.uk/ or use the link below
High House is a restored and converted 16th/17th century farmhouse situated near the hamlet of Seathwaite in Borrowdale. It is reserved for Fellfarers and their guests at all Bank Holidays, and many other weekends and weeks throughout the year.
The history of High House as a building, and of its occupants - by Hugh Taylor
We have reciprocal rights with Oread (and therefore access to their bunkhouses in Baslow in Derbyshire and Rhyd Ddu in Snowdonia
Staying at High House on club event or in members room when available
When accompanying member or responsible adult nominated by parent
Per guest per night
Per guest per night
Per night for all of High House - other members may still use members dorm
Per night for exclusive use of High House