High Lickbarrow Farm, Windermere

Exclusive access to one family’s Lakeland way of life.

High Lickbarrow Farm will be like no National Trust place you have ever experienced before. With the place exclusively yours, we invite you to make yourselves at home and become immersed in a traditional family’s Lakeland way of life. 

Set just above the hustle and bustle of Windermere village, High Lickbarrow is hidden away in the countryside with footpaths and Lakeland gems on the doorstep. Occupied by the Bottomley family since 1947, High Lickbarrow was farmed by the late Elizabeth Bottomley for over 50 years. 

The farmhouse and land was bequeathed to the National Trust by Michael Bottomley following his death in 2015. 

High Lickbarrow is available for half-day and full day visits, please contact us to arrange yours.

High Lickbarrow Farmhouse in Windermere

Discover High Lickbarrow

The farm, its setting and the belongings of the close knit family that lived here for almost seventy years provide a fascinating insight into a traditional way of life that has now largely been lost.

High Lickbarrow Farmhouse in Windermere

Book your place at High Lickbarrow

We are inviting small groups of between two and 15 visitors to come and enjoy a half-day or full day exclusive visit to High Lickbarrow. Book your place now.