Brownber Hall

Beyond the stone balustrade that encloses the terrace of this substantial Victorian house, the views over sheep-grazed pastures reach towards the Howgills and North Pennines. More

Contact details

Brownber Hall
Newbiggin-on-Lune
Cumbria
CA17 4NX
England
015396 23208
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

10.

Open

All year.

Facilities

lounge (honesty bar), breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), terrace, garden, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

soft folk.

Children

All ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in two bedrooms (please contact for availability(.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B single from £60, double from £90.

Good Hotel Guide Review

Beyond the stone balustrade that encloses the terrace of this substantial Victorian house, the views over sheep-grazed pastures reach towards the Howgill fells and the North Pennines. Pass between imposing gate piers to approach this Grade II listed building; inside, the atmosphere is warm and homey. Pick a book from the ‘wide selection’ on the shelves, pour a drink from the honesty bar, curl up in one of the winged armchairs in the lounge. ‘On a wet and stormy winter evening, the wood-burning stove and efficient central heating kept us warm.’ The traditionally styled bedrooms come in various shapes and sizes, including a family room under the eaves; all are clean and comfortable, with far-reaching views. The Black Swan, Ravenstonedale (see entry), is a popular choice for dinner; transport can be arranged.. ‘Ample’ breakfasts have ‘good’ toast, Cumbrian produce, and, for the lucky, glimpses of red squirrels in the garden. Ask for guidance on local walks: the B&B is on the Coast to Coast and Dales High Way routes, with walks accessible directly from the door. More reports, please.

Special offers

Prosecco on us

A complimentary bottle of Prosecco on arrival. To benefit from this offer, please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.

Map

Brownber Hall
Newbiggin-on-Lune
Cumbria
CA17 4NX

Guest comments

'We were warmly welcomed to this handsome and historic building. On a wooded hillside, it has magnificent views over green fields and grazing sheep. Our bedroom, reached by a lovely curving staircase, had a wonderful view and a comfortable bed. The "house book" made an interesting read. Breakfast in the bright dining room was excellent - delicious bread. ' - JT - May, 2017

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