The Yan at Broadrayne offers a great choice for visitors to The Lakes. With a pick of bistro bedrooms, self-catering cottages, and glamping pods, they have the perfect place for you. The Yan clan welcomes solo travellers, couples, and families for a unique Lake District getaway.
Join the clan at The Yan Bistro for inspired seasonal menus. Rustic Cumbrian classics, nostalgic British fare, and exciting modern dishes that nourish the soul. They look for what is in season when sourcing local produce. Eggs from their own hens and ducks, veg from the garden, and Herdwick lamb from very nearby. In an area known for fine dining, they redefine casual dining in The Lakes. Whether you’re there for a short or long visit, the welcoming atmosphere and service ensures the best experience.
Seven stunning bedrooms reflect the surrounding landscape and the historic building. They all feature stylish design, welcoming qualities, and stunning views. With modern touches and fine details, your stay in the bistro bedrooms will be serene. Enjoy a delicious breakfast just steps away. The en-suite bedrooms range in size to suit solo guests, couples, and families. Two rooms are dog-friendly. The communal lounge offers floor-to-ceiling windows with breathtaking views. Comfy furnishings, and a relaxing atmosphere are in place for enjoying a cuppa, cake, or a good book.
The four Grasmere holiday cottages offer a scenic base in the Lake District. Nestled within a converted farmyard, it’s just a short stroll to the village. With instant access to fell and valley walks, they are perfect for exploring the area. They have three 4-star self-catering cottages and a gold-rated apartment. Each retains genuine features with modern touches and stunning views. Ranging in size, they welcome couples, families, and even pets. Enjoy the convenience of a key code entry system. While self-catered, the bistro is nearby for breakfast, packed lunches, or a break from cooking. Enjoy your evening meal in the bistro or have it brought to your door.
The Yan grows seasonal fruit and veg on their own farm and uses them in the dishes. They source the meat locally, including lamb from neighbouring farms. Grasmere Brewery supplies the beer, gin, and vodka, using donated hops from local farmers. They compost food waste and reuse cooking oil. They avoid single-use plastic, even opting for cardboard cartons for water. All cleaning chemicals and detergents are eco-friendly.
Supporting the local area
Supporting the local area is a top concern. The Yan works with Cumbrian suppliers and small family businesses. You can donate to a charity via a QR code in the lounge or add it to your booking. They also recycle old appliances and furniture in the local area.
Driving time to Tall Bloke Adventures ? 37 minutes.