Comfortable Accommodation in an Historic House

We have three bedrooms, each one individually designed and furnished in keeping with the history of the house. Oak furniture, rich fabrics, luxury bedding and towels, goose down and feather pillows and quilts*, all add to the ambiance of the rooms. There are two double rooms and one twin room available, each with en-suite facilities. The bathrooms are each supplied with a selection of Cumbrian boutique soaps and shampoos.

Each of the bedrooms is equipped with a hair dryer, a flat screen TV; allowing access to on-demand TV; tea and coffee making facilities, and homemade biscuits. We can also offer you refreshments by the Inglenook fireplace in the Great Hall, or on pleasant days, in the garden or Courtyard. Wi-Fi access is widely available throughout the bedrooms and guest sitting and dining rooms. Dogs are welcome**, please confirm at the time of booking.

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*Please let us know if you are allergic to feathers and we can make appropriate arrangements. **We require that pets not be allowed on any furniture in the bedrooms or in the public areas, and that they not be left unattended in any room. Please crate them or pop them in your vehicle, especially during meals. View full terms and conditions.


Room to roam within this Grand Country House

We have two rooms which are available for guest use throughout your stay; The Great Hall and The Panel Dining Room. These rooms are steeped in history and, combined with our outside guest areas of the courtyard and front garden, allow you space to relax and unwind as you please, whatever the weather.



The Panel Dining Room

The Panel Dining Room overlooks the courtyard and the front garden; it is a lovely sunny room, used for breakfast and dinner for guests. The house takes its Grade II* listing from the amazing plaster ceiling in this room, believed to date to the late 16th or early 17th Century. The work being completed by itinerate traveling Italian plasterers. Possibly also responsible for the plasterwork at Kirk Farm in Barton Parish, which is identical in pattern.



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The Great Hall

The Great Hall is centered on a massive Inglenook fireplace for guest use. The fire is lit during the winter and on cooler days throughout the year. This is an ideal room to sit with afternoon tea and curl up in a chair with a good book. We have a supply of local maps and guidebooks, acres of reading books and a variety of board games and jigsaw puzzles at your disposal.


Dining: Traditional Cooked Breakfast and Home-Cooked Dinner

Breakfast is served in the Panel Dining Room between 8.00am and 9.30am, at a pre-arranged time to suit guests. If you have an earlier start we can happily accommodate you. We serve a traditional cooked breakfast, with vegetarian and gluten free options also available with prior coordination. Wherever possible all ingredients are sourced locally, from seasonal produce.

Dinner is available by prior arrangement, preferably at the time of booking, and is also served in the Panel Dining Room at 7.00pm. We offer a traditional home cooked meal with your choice of two or more courses from a selection of homemade soup and starters, main courses, choice of dessert, cheese and biscuits, with fresh coffee or tea to finish. As with Breakfast, whenever possible, ingredients are sourced locally, from seasonal produce. The cost of dinner will be dependant upon your selection.  Please contact Low Hall directly for a menu and to discuss your requirements. Packed Lunches are available with prior notification, not later than the day before, at £10.00. Please advise Low Hall of any special dietary requirements for any meal to be taken with us at time of booking.

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