Lake District Bed and Breakfast Accommodation A-Z - Brampton and Broughton in Furness

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Brampton Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Tantallon House

Tantallon House Tantallon House is located on the border of Cumbria and Northumberland, and overlooks the longest unbroken stretch of Hadrian's Wall. We offer a peaceful getaway spot and an ideal gateway to the many places of interest in this area.
Our spacious Victorian country property stands on a hill overlooking the Irthing Valley on the edge of the Northumberland National Park.
Our bed and breakfast accommodation includes two spacious twin guestrooms with glorious views of the Irthing Valley and Hadrian's Wall. All of our rooms have secure Wifi wireless internet access and Freeview TV.
Guests have private dining and lounge rooms to eat and relax in, often with a fire burning during the winter months.
Our hearty breakfasts are served at your convenience in the lounge or dining room. Local produce is used where possible. We are happy to cater for special dietary needs.
Being on Hadrian's Wall National Trail, Tantallon House offers an especially warm welcome to walkers and cyclists. As well as great facilities, we have knowledge of routes and hikes around the local historic Roman sites.
Address: Tantallon House, Gilsland, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 7DA
Phone: +44 (0)1697 747111

Holmhead Guest House

Holmhead Guest House, Brampton. Bed and Breakfast, evening meals, self catering accommodation and bunk-house accommodation for walkers, cyclists and vacations, holidays and touring, and those who don't smoke, specialising in Hadrians Wall, information and archaeology. Short breaks and themed breaks, ghost trails and history trails.
At Holmhead Guest House we offer 4 ensuite bedrooms, delicious evening meals, good wine list, cocktail bar. No smoking and no pets. Sightseeing / touring information from your host a former tour guide and expert on Hadrians Wall.
We also have The Cottage - our ETC 3 Star self catering apartment, and The Barn - ETC inspected bunkhouse for more basic accommodation for up to 8, with drying and cycle storage facilities. no smoking
Address: Thirlwall Castle Farm, Hadrians Wall, Greenhead in Northumberland, Brampton CA8 7HY
Phone: +44 (0)16977 47402
Fax: +44 (0)16977 47402

The Hill on The Wall

The Hill on The Wall In an outstanding hilltop location overlooking the Irthing Valley and just 300 yards from the Hadrian's Wall National Trail at Birdoswald in Cumbria, this listed 16th century fortified farmhouse, or 'bastle', has three letting rooms. All are ensuite or with a private bathroom and there is a lounge and library for guests. With 1 acre of gardens and ample parking we provide comfort and a warm welcome for all who visit this historic and beautiful Scottish Borders area on the edge of Northumberland / Northumbria.
Address: Gilsland, Cumbria CA6 7DA
Phone: +44 (0)16977 47214

Walton High Rigg Farm

Walton High Rigg Farm The Mounsey family are delighted to invite you to stay at their farm, an 18th Century Georgian listed farmhouse with spacious and comfortable rooms with panoramic views over the Lake District and Pennines.
It is on the roadside but has excellent off-road parking. The farm is one mile from the attractive village of Walton and the Roman Wall. There are many excellent walks from the farm.
High Rigg Farm is an excellent stop-over point between England and Scotland. Many visitors return again and again.
Address: Walton High Rigg Farm, , Walton, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 2AZ
Phone: +44 (0)16977 2117
Fax: +44 (0)16977 41697

The Old School House (Hallbankgate)

The Old School House Bed and Breakfast is a comfortable cottage in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are close to Hadrian's Wall and the beautiful Geltsdale Nature Reserve. We have two rooms each with large en-suite shower rooms. Substantial English breakfast with homemade bread and locally sourced produce. Beautiful views of wild and rugged countryside and an ideal retreat for a quiet and relaxing break in a small village three miles from Brampton.
Address: The Old School House, Hallbankgate, Brampton CA8 2NW
Phone: +44 (0)16977 46698

Quarry Side Bed and Breakfast

Children welcome
Cyclists welcome
Baggage transfer
Laundry facilities
Linen provided free
Microwave available
Special diets catered for
Dogs by arrangement
Fully non-smoking no smoking
Address: Banks, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 2JH
Phone: +44 (0)16977 2538
Website: None


Broughton Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The Manor Arms

Manor Arms

Manor Arms Bar

The Manor Arms is not really the place for a quick drink; like a good meal it needs to be digested at leisure in order to be fully appreciated. So having chosen your drink, maybe one of the seemingly numerous real ales or still ciders on offer, and perhaps decided on a hot or cold snack, begin then to look around the bar. Here you will see photographs and paintings, significantly by the local artists, Steve Whittle and Jane Rousseau, all emphasising and adding to the atmosphere of The Manor Arms.
It will become apparent too that this was a favourite pub of the author Richard Adams (“Watership Down”) and of course the entire area was and remains a haunt for artists, painters and writers alike.
You are in Wordsworth country now.
During the long summer days and evenings, drinks and snacks can be enjoyed outside The Manor Arms perhaps sitting round the obelisk just watching the world go by. The Manor Arms caters for present day requirements and has attractive en-suite guest rooms for your continued comfort, relaxation and total enjoyment.
A further attractive feature is that following a good night's sleep, a splendid Manor Arms breakfast is served in the comfort of your room!
Family owned and run since 1988, The Manor Arms draws groups from all over the UK, eager to sample the real ales on offer including local Cumbrian brews in addition to the permanently available Yates Bitter and Copper Dragon Ale.
With a prestigious star rating in the CAMRA Good Beer, Bed and Breakfast Guide, proud winners of the 2004 West Pennine Award and featured in the final 16 of the National Pub of The Year 2006 The Manor Arms proves to be irresistable for many!
Address: The Manor Arms. The Square, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. LA20 6HY
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716286

The Newfield Inn, Seathwaite

A comfortable 16th C Inn serving home-made food from noon to 9pm. A large garden provides stunning views of the Furness Fells and a good place to relax with a fine Cumbrian cask ale. Self contained accommodation available plus a secluded campsite.

Address: The Newfield Inn, Seathwaite, Broughton in Furness
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716208

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales is a mid-1700's building situated in the village of Foxfield one and a half miles from the centre of Broughton-in-Furness. It overlooks the picturesque Duddon Estuary and stands conveniently opposite the request stop railway station which also serves Broughton. Comfortable and affordable bed & breakfast accommodation comprises of 4 en-suite rooms of 2 double, 1 twin and 1 single. Themed beer events are held here throughout the summer.
Furness Pub of Year 2005/6. CAMRA Pub of year 2005. One of Broughtons “Magnificent Seven”.

Address: The Prince of Wales, Broughton in Furness
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716238

Bracelet Hall Farm

A 17th Century farmhouse set in over 400 acres of beautiful countryside. This most comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation of 3 en-suite double rooms, is ideally placed for access to the gentle walking country of the Furness Peninsula, it's coastline, and beyond to all areas of the lakes and mountains of the region. Sorry, No children.
Address: Bracelet Hall Farm. Woodland, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6AQ
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716276

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