Scar House Bunk Barn overlooks the stunning Scar House Reservoir, in the heart of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Yorkshire Dales.
Angram and Scar House Reservoirs were built by Bradford Corporation to supply water to the Bradford area. Scar House Reservoir is the lower of the two, and was completed in 1936. During the construction of the reservoir, an entire village was built to house the workforce. Scar House Bunk Barn is converted from the old workers' accommodation, and is in an ideal location for exploring the area on foot or by mountain bike. Scar House Reservoir is literally on the doorstep, and is approximately 4 1/2 miles around to walk. Angram Reservoir sits above Scar Reservoir, and to walk around both is approximately 7 miles. There is an abundance of outdoor activities nearby, and Pateley Bridge is approximately 15 minutes' away by car.