How To Find Us

How to Find Us 

Whitehough is close to the village of Barley in a secluded 20 acre site, within 10 minutes of Junction 13 of the M65.

Our location offers easy access to the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Trough of Bowland (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the picturesque inland waterways of East Lancashire

Please be aware that if you try to find us by using AA route finder or  Sat Nav systems you may find you are directed down a road that is gated and locked bridle way (Sandy Hall Lane) which has no right of access for motor vehicles.   If you need further help with directions please ring us on 01282 615688

Directions for Cars

  1. Leave the M65 at Junction 13.
  2. Take the A682 towards Kendal.
  3. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile.
  4. Look for the White Bear Pub on the left and turn immediately left onto Pasture Lane.
  5. Follow the road up and down hill around various bends for approximately 1.5 miles to a 'T' junction.
  6. Turn left at the junction opposite a pub called the Bay Horse.
  7. Follow the road for about 0.75 miles to a small crossroads and turn right.
  8. Follow the road for approximately 0.25 miles. Just after a green sign for Barley on the brow of the hill on the bend there is a sign for Whitehough. Turn right at the sign down a steep hill. 9.
  9. Follow the signs for Whitehough Outdoor Education Centre through the hamlet and up to the centre.

Directions for coaches

  1. Leave the M65 at Junction 13.
  2. Take the A682 towards Kendal.
  3. Stay on this road for between 3-4 miles going through Barrowford, Higherford and Blacko village.
  4. Just after Blacko village at the top of the hill there is a brown sign for Barley Picnic site. Turn left at this junction onto Blacko Bar Road.
  5. Follow the road into Roughlee and past the Bay Horse pub until you come to a small crossroad.
  6. Turn right and follow the road for about 0.25 miles. Just after a green sign for Barley on the brow of the hill on the bend there is a sign for Whitehough.
  7. Do not drive down the hill in a coach, the road is not suitable.
  8. Get the driver to park in a suitable place clear of the bend to unload the coach.
  9. Proceed down the hill on foot, through the hamlet and follow the signs for Whitehough Outdoor Education Centre and park in the visitors car park.