- Very Good
- 3 guest reviews
"Good overall experience...."
"Wonderful location, superb B & B in every way. Able to sit at breakfast and watch the red squirrels :). Views from house were breath taking...."
"Ideal for our needs near to show yet set in wonderful countryside with good eating places near to hand with recommendations supplied by Hila..."
About the hotel
Brownber Hall is a magnificent house built around 1860. Set amid beautiful rolling countryside near the village of Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria, it is well away from the nearest main road. Guests are assured of a warm welcome and a peaceful and relaxing stay.
Brownber Hall stands in extensive mature gardens and enjoys panoramic views across open farmland to the Howgill fells and North Pennines. Guests can enjoy these views while relaxing on the terrace which extends across the front of the property. The surrounding country combines exceptional scenery with excellent walking without the hoards of people that characterise the Lakes and is home to a great abundance of wildlife. There are many places to visit locally or within easy driving distance. Brownber Hall Country House is the ideal choice to relax and unwind.
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- 29/07/2015 to 24/12/2024 - Dogs are welcome by arrangement - please telephone in advance to book as numbers are limited. Please download directions as SAT NAV WILL MISLEAD. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Good overall experience.
3 day break
Wonderful location, superb B & B in every way.
Able to sit at breakfast and watch the red squirrels :). Views from house were breath taking. Able to walk from accommodation directly onto disused railway, and walk up to where the oath crosses the Settle to Carlusle line, about 2 miles, then walk back through stunning scenery, through Ravenstonedale, in total about 8 miles.
Although they do not provide dinner there is adequate choice in the area, in Ravenstonedale The Black Swan and The Kings Head are worth a visit.