Need to know
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $213.47 (£166), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
A full-English breakfast is included in the room rate.
In a nod to the estate’s past, the wooden dining-room floorboards were recycled as dining-room tables, Victorian fireplaces were salvaged, and many of the original garden details were uncovered and resurrected.
At the hotel
Forty-three acres of grounds and gardens, and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, work desk, kettle and teas, coffee-making service, custom-crafted beds and Bramley bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Designer James Mackie perfected the contemporary country look throughout, but for a room with a postcard-perfect view, the Superb is, well, just that. Coveting the cushy Wools of Cumbria carpet as you pad around the room? Admire the source as you gaze out at the Herdwick sheep roaming in the meadow.
Bring a composition notebook for writing verse as the Lake poets did.
A room designed for guests with mobility issues and their assistance dogs is available on request. Also, the restaurant, bar and guest lounge are all wheelchair accessible.
Up to two well-behaved pups are welcome in each of the six designated rooms in the north wing for £20, which includes dog treats, a bed, blanket and towels. Just let the hotel know when booking. Dogs are not allowed in the lounge areas or restaurants. See more pet-friendly hotels in Lake District.
This boutique getaway is best for adults and older children; it's suited to nature-loving over-12s keen on outdoor exploration. Please note: it's over-eights only in the restaurant. Rollaway beds and cots, and WiFi baby-listening are available.