Lake District Bed and Breakfast Accommodation A-Z - Caldbeck and Carlisle

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Caldbeck Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Denton House (Hesket Newmarket) no smoking

Denton House

Denton House bedroom

Dento House Breakfast lounge

Denton House is a very friendly 4 star rated bed and breakfast guest house managed by Susan and Alan Armstrong for over 8 years and has a reputation for spacious comfortable guest rooms and superb breakfasts, using only the finest local produce. It is situated in the centre of Hesket Newmarket, overlooking the village green. Dating back to the 17th century, this spendid house has 8 guest rooms which can be let as double, single, twin or family rooms on a bed & breakfast (B&B) basis.
All of our guest rooms are spacious and most have views of the village and up to the Caldbeck Fells or over surrounding countryside. Relax in our cosy guest lounge with comfy sofas, TV and roaring wood burning stove.
Full English Breakfast is served between 8 & 9 in our large breakfast room, again with roaring open fire.
Hesket Newmarket is located in one of the quieter parts of the Lake District, yet we are only a short drive to Keswick, Penrith and Bassenthwaite Lake. We are a perfect stop-over point when traveling to Scotland from the South of England. We are also located close to the Rievers Cycle Route, Coast to Coast C2C and the Cumbrian Way runs close by too. The Caldbeck Fells are on your doorstep with High Pike and Carrock Fell overlooking the village.
We are only 20 yards down from the famous CAMRA award winning Old Crown pub - famous for its excellent food and superb real ales from the nearby Hesket Newmarket Brewery. A traditional Lake District pub with a very warm welcome waiting for you.
We have ample car parking and a lock-up garage for cycles.
Children & dogs are welcome (small extra charge for dogs)
No Smoking.

Address: Denton House B&B Guest House, Hesket Newmarket, nr Caldbeck, Cumbria, CA7 8JG
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78415

Swaledale Watch Farm no smoking

Swaledale Watch Farm

Swaledale Watch is a busy sheep farm beautifully located just outside Caldbeck Village. With views over towards High Pike and the Northern Fells of the Lake District, this really is a peaceful place to spend some time.
We offer a range of lovely bed & breakfast guest rooms in a tranquil location with delicious home cooked breakfasts in the morning.
Enjoy great comfort, excellent food, a warm welcome and peaceful unspoilt surroundings. Central for touring, walking or discovering the rolling Northern fells.
We have 2 Double and 2 Twin rooms available. The main Double Room has a 4 poster bed and Jacuzzi bath. All rooms have private facilities, are tastefully decorated, have colour TV, radio, tea-tray, clean fluffy towels daily and books for every interest in the lounges.
Our breakfasts are superb, using only the finest local produce. Dinners are also on available on Saturday evenings.
Walk into Caldbeck via the Howk, a wooded limestone gorge with waterfalls and the remains of an old Bobbin Mill, guaranteed to be memorable.
Guests are free to wander around the 300-acre farm and, naturally, lambing time is a great favourite with visitors. Do bring your warm woollies and wellies! We also have a number of miniature ponies on the farm - always a big hit with the children.
We are a NO SMOKING establishment.

Address: Swaledale Watch, Whelpo, Caldbeck, Cumbria CA7 8HQ
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78409

Johnby Hall (Nr. Greystoke)

Johnby Hall
Henry and Anna Howard and their young family are delighted to welcome you to Johnby Hall, a beautifully located family home just on the edge of the Lake District National Park. Originally a 14th century pele tower, fortified against Scots raiders, the main building is an Elizabethan manor house, which has belonged to the Howard family since 1783. There are two delightful and supremely comfortable B&B suites, and guests eat breakfast in the stunning surroundings of the 16 th -century Great Hall.
Guests are welcome to explore several acres of informal gardens and woodland walks which surround the hall. There is a fantastic display of snowdrops (Feb-Mar) and native wild daffodils (Mar-Apr); a small flock of geese and bantams graze in the paddocks. The house lies at the heart of a traditional sheepfarming and dairy estate, and the garden is a haven of tranquillity amidst farmland and woods, with an abundance of wildlife to be seen, often including red squirrels, deer, hares, bats, buzzards, ravens, curlews, swallows, martens, woodpeckers and numerous garden birds.
Address: Johnby Hall, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0UU
Phone: +44 (0)17684 83257

Disabled access Woodlands Country House (Ireby)

Woodlands Country House Imagine yourself at Woodlands, far away from the crowds, the noise and the bustle…. Drive up to the warm old Victorian house, pull the old-fashioned door bell and feel your shoulders relax as you are welcomed in. Put your feet up in the comfortable lounge in front of the open fire and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with home-made cake or wash away the dust of your journey with a glass of local ale in the bar.
Picture Ireby, a traditional farming village nestling amongst the hills on the northern edge of the Lake District National Park. Step back in time and enjoy a totally unspoilt area of Cumbria where the rush hour traffic consists of the cows on their way to be milked or a flock of sheep being driven along the lanes.
Our seven bedrooms are all en-suite and are comfortably and tastefully furnished, many with period furnishings in keeping with the Victorian house.
We believe that high quality mattresses, bed linen and fluffy towels are essential for your comfort. Hospitality trays include home-made shortbread or biscuits, a range of teas, fresh coffee and mineral water. All rooms have remote control colour TV and hairdryers.
First floor rooms have views across the hills or pleasant aspects overlooking the fields or the garden with a glimpse of Binsey in the distance.
Disabled access
The ground floor rooms are suitable for guests with limited mobility and for wheelchair users. There is level access from the car park to these rooms and to the reception hall, bar, lounges and dining room in the main house. The en-suite bathrooms have ample space to allow easy access for wheelchairs and there are handrails by the toilet and over the bath. We have a battery powered bath seat to assist with bathing for guests who wish to use it.
The ground floor rooms meet level 1 of the new mobility access requirements.
We welcome well behaved dogs in some of our ground floor rooms at a small extra charge but, for the comfort of other guests, we do not allow dogs (with the exception of guide dogs) into the public rooms of the house.
Address: Woodlands Country House, Ireby, Cumbria CA7 1EX
Phone: +44 (0)16973 71791
Fax: +44 (0)16973 71482

Hawksdale Lodge (Nr. Dalston)

Hawksdale Lodge was built circa 1840, is a beautiful family home and offers splendid bed & breakfast accommodation close to the edge of the Northern Fells of the Lake District.
Set in an elevated position it enjoys spectacular views across to the Northern Pennines and the hills of Dumfriesshire.Guests enjoy large, luxurious rooms with period furniture, gorgeous bed linen and soft fluffy towels. Waking to breathtaking views across open countryside and the smell of home cooked breakfast using the best local ingredients, including delicious freshly baked bread from the local artisan baker, and eggs from our own free range hens, we can cater for vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
The Accommodation comprises of 2 large double bedrooms, one with ensuite, the other with a bathroom across the hall.
As we have children and our own pets, we do not accommodate dogs in the house but will happily provide a barn for them, with prior notice.
We can provide packed lunches, and somewhere to dry your things if you are walking or cycling.

Address: Hawksdale Lodge, Dalston, Cumbria CA5 7BX
Phone: +44 (0)17684 83257

The Mill (Millhouse)

The Mill at Millhouse is a wonderful bed and breakfast guest house set in a peaceful location on the edge of the village of Millhouse near Hesket Newmarket on the edge of the Lake District National Park. The building is a restored 17th century wood mill set in 2 acres of garden and meadow, bordering the River Caldew.
Watch the wildlife, including red squirrels, whilst enjoying a traditional hearty Cumbrian breakfast. Welcoming wood burning stove in winter in superb cruck beamed lounge.
Luxurious B&B accommodation - one double ensuite room which can be booked as a single room.
Facilities include: TV, DVD, CD Player, Off road parking, Secure cycle storage , Wi-Fi broadband internet, Kitchen facilities available, Use of characterful guest lounge with wood burning stove and comfy sofas, We're dog friendly!, Fishing rights on stretch of River Caldew.
We're located in a rural area with plenty of local walks, and ideally located for exploring the Northern Fells, the Keswick and Ullswater areas of the Lakes as well as the Scottish Borders and the Eden Valley.

Address: The Mill, Millhouse , Hesket Newmarket, Cumbria CA7 8HR
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78143

Boltongate Old Rectory

The setting of the Old Rectory at Boltongate, amid peaceful country side with the fells and mountains beyond, could hardly be more beautiful. Many of its rooms face southward and have superb views.
The house dates from around 1360 with later additions in the seventeenth century and in Victorian times. In summer the sun streams in through the large windows and guests can roam in the idyllic grounds with its ponds and arbours while, during the cooler months, great log fires burn in the study and dining room.
This is the home of David and Gill Taylor and the whole house has the atmosphere of a tranquil, elegant country way of living almost forgotten; a place where hospitality is warm and friendship infectious.
They have three en-suite rooms available on a Bed and Breakfast basis. Home cooked Dinner with local produce is also available with advanced notice.
Situated in the quieter Northern Fells, this is the perfect centre from which to explore Buttermere, Derwent Water and Ullswater, and the majestic peaks of Skiddaw, Blencathra and the Northern Fells of the Lake District. The bustling Lakeland town of Keswick, Cockermouth, the birthplace of poet William Wordsworth, and the Roman, cathedral city of Carlisle are all within thirty minutes drive. Caldbeck village is about 10 minutes drive away with superb views over the fells of High Pike, Brae Fell, Knott and Skiddaw.
Recommended by "Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay".
Cumbria Tourism Awards 2007 - Best Bed & Breakfast / Guest Accommodation.
Englands North West Tourism Awards 2007.

Address: Boltongate Old Rectory, Boltongate, nr Ireby, Cumbria, CA7 1DA
Phone: +44 (0)16973 71647

High Houses

High Houses is a special and unusual place to stay. Brimming with ambience created by the history, architecture, situation and original features. Built in 1669 , this Cumbrian farmhouse is perched aloft a hillside in the Northern Fells, not far from the villages of Ireby, Uldale and Caldbeck, and only 5 miles from Bassenthwaite Lake.
Lovingly restored over several years, there are now 3 bedrooms, 1 en-suite bathroom and 1 shower room, sitting room, Inglenook room and kitchen, all retaining many of their original features. Stone slab floors, timber beams and open fires are all part of the High Houses experience.
The farmhouse is a wonderful warren of a home where rooms run off long corridors.
The views towards Scotland are quite breathtaking, with the house being in the middle of a 400 acre farm, surrounded by fell and farmland and is in the heart of John Peel Hunting Country. Excellent walking is available right on your doorstep in this beautiful part of the northern Lake District.
High Houses is now a family home with the main building available for Bed & Breakfast (B&B) or Self-Catering for up to 6 adults and 2 children. The owner lives next door in an adjoining wing. She is a professional cook, specialising in game, wild food (home-made jams, bread, hens hatched on the farm, free range eggs and home grown vegetables).
There is also central heating and electiricty supplied by a generator.
We are also a great venue for your Lake District Wedding - a wedding with a difference. See our website for further details.
We are now recommended by Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay.

Address: High Houses, Snittlegarth, nr Ireby, Cumbria, CA7 1HE
Phone: +44 (0)16973 71549

The Briars no smoking

The Briars is a comfortable, Bed and Breakfast Guest House, ideally located close to the centre of Caldbeck village itself, with views towards St Kentigern's Church, Cald Beck and the Northern Fells in the distance. Our beautiful gardens front and back, are well known for their floral displays in Spring & Summer.
We have three guest bedrooms available on a bed and breakfast basis, 1 double en-suite room, 1 twin and 1 single room - with shared bathroom. Every room has colour TV and tea & coffee making facilities. We serve a full, hearty traditional Cumbrian Breakfast in the mornings to set you up for a day exploring the Northern Fells area by foot, cycle or car. We are situated on the Cumbria Way footpath.
Evening meals are available locally at the Oddfellow's Arms in Caldbeck, only 2 minutes walk away from the Briar's, with the Watermill Cafe at Priest's Mill, for light lunches and refreshments during the day.
We have secure storage available for cycles for those travelling on the Cumbria Way and Reivers Cycle Route.
Sorry, we do not accept pets. No smoking.

Address: Mr & Mrs Coulthard, Friar Row, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria CA7 8DS
Phone: +44 (0)1697 478633
Email: None

Brownrigg Farm no smoking

Brownrigg Farm is a former fell farm dating back to the 17th century, with stunning views over the valley towards the Northern Fells of the Lake District.
We are situated in a quiet, elevated position above Caldbeck village with magnificant views towards the Northern Fells including High Pike and Carrock Fell, as well as the Eden Valley and Pennines in the distance.
We have one comfortable and spacious double guest room with private bathroom offered on a B&B basis (twin available on request).
Full Cumbrian breakfast is served in our cosy breakfast room, complete with living flame gas stove and views over our gardens.
We have ample parking and secure storage for cycles, if required.
Please note, we are a NO SMOKING establishment and we are unable to accept pets.

Address: Brownrigg Farm, Caldbeck, Cumbria CA7 8EG
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78626


Carlisle Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Howard Lodge Guest House

Howard Lodge Guest House Friendly/spacious family run guest house situated in a beautiful conservation area. Ideally located for all city-centre attractions and amenities, ie; shops, bars, restaurants and historical interest. Fully en-suite, large breakfasts, welcome tray, children welcome. Private car park.
Address: 90, Warwick Road, Carlisle CA1 1JU
Phone: +44 (0)1228 529842

Woodlea B&B

Woodlea B&B Woodlea Bed and Breakfast situated at Nealhouse near Thursby - mid way between historic Carlisle and the quiet market town of Wigton offers luxury bed and breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation.
We hope you will decide to stay with us for several nights, but, being just off the A595 in Cumbria we are also ideally placed for an overnight stop en-route between England and Scotland.
Enjoy a quiet night's sleep in your luxury bedroom and then start your day with either a traditional hearty or continental breakfast in our dining room, which enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Both of our newly refurbished, twin and double bedrooms enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and Lakeland fells, with a peaceful and tranquil, rural setting. The private bathroom offers both bath and shower facilites, clean soft towels and robes.
The guest rooms are spacious, light and bright, with their own seating area, ample storage, T.V., and tea & coffee making facilities.
On your arrival we provide you with keys to lock your bedroom and keep your belongings secure.
Secured lock-up storage is available for bulkier items such as cycles and there is ample off-road parking on our private driveway.
We also offer a main key so that you can return in the evenings at a time of your liking without fear of being locked out.
We have a non-smoking policy throughout.
Address: Woodlea Bed and Breakfast, Nealhouse, Carlisle, Cumbria CA5 6LH
Phone: +44 (0)1228 710294

Willowbeck Lodge (Nr. Carlisle)

Willowbeck Lodge Designed by an award-winning local architect to an exceptionally high specification, this purpose-built boutique hotel nestles among mature willows, beech and oak and is situated close to Carlisle and M6, within easy travelling distance of the Lake District and Hadrian's Wall.
The large natural pond in front of the property provides a habitat for a huge variety of wildlife; regular visitors include kingfishers, heron and a variety of wildfowl. This superb b&b, now featured in 'The Good Hotel Guide' not only provides some of the best bed and breakfast accommodation in Cumbria but can also provide clients with meeting, wedding and conference facilities.
We offer 6 en-suite rooms, 2 of which are super-deluxe (larger with spacious en-suite incl. corner bath, separate shower) and they all overlook our lake.
Each bedroom is comfortably furnished in contemporary style and has flat-screen television, broadband connection, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
Our breakfasts are certainly worth getting out of bed for and the gastronomic evening meals, if required, are also prepared from fresh local produce whenever possible. We will make every effort to accommodate individual dietary needs.
Probably most important than any of the many tangible qualities of Willowbeck, will be the warmth of our welcome and friendly companionship in this 'home from home'. no smoking
Address: Willowbeck Lodge, Lambley Bank, Scotby, Carlisle, Cumbria CA4 8BX
Phone: +44 (0)1228 513607 or 07800 635226

Cambro House

Cambro House is an attractively decorated and well-maintained guest house highly recommended by guests. The spacious en-suite bedrooms are stylishly decorated and provide a host of thoughtful extras. Close to the city centre golf course, easy access M6.
Address: 173 Warwick Road, Carlisle, Cumbria CA1 1LP
Phone: +44 (0)1228 543094
Website: None

Howard House

Lawrence and Sandra invite you into their spacious Victorian town house in a quiet city conservation area,(off main road) Four poster bed en-suite rooms, all with colour TV and welcome tray. (Recommended by WHICH Consumer Association). Family historians welcome. Residents parking permits available.
Address: 27, Howard Place, Carlisle, Cumbria CA1 1HR
Phone: +44 (0)1228 512550
Website: None

Ivy House

Grade 11 listed building. Enjoy staying in our elegant tastefilly furnished Georgian town house in Conservation Area. Friendly informative hosts. Well recommended by guests. Colour TV’s, and welcome tray. Easy access to M6 and J43.
Address: 101, Warwick Road, Carlisle, Cumbria CA1 1EA
Phone: +44 (0)1228 530432
Website: None
Email: None

Cherry Grove House

Comfortable, friendly family run guest house.
Address: 87, Petteril Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA1 2AW
Phone: +44 (0)1228 541942
Fax: +44 (0)1228 541942
Website: None

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