Deep in the Dales
Brownber House, a secluded four-bedroom residence on the Brownber Hall estate, was built in 1860 as the farm manager’s cottage. And, it maintains its beguiling Victorian charms as a less grand – yet more intimate – hideaway for groups or families, with its original fireplaces, picture windows and in-period furnishings. From all around you can see the undulating landscape of the grassy Howgill Fells, part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park – all set for scenic hikes. However, in wuthering weather you’ll be overjoyed for the house’s home comforts: hampers of home-made cakes, jams and sourdough for breakfast (picnic hampers and private meals can be arranged too); a lounge all set for movie nights; and warming log-burners.
Get this when you book through us:
A free Brownber breakfast hamper on the morning of your choice