The three bedrooms are warm and pampering, the beds so comfortable that you may find it difficult to get up for breakfast, which is taken either in the Winter Dining room or the Conservatory and is a leisurely affair. The bedrooms available are designed with a high standard of comfort yet with a homely feel, all having hospitality trays and hairdryer – an ironing board is available upon request.

This en-suite room has a lovely comfortable king size four poster bed, made up with luxurious soft white bed linen and the room is tastefully decorated with antique furnishings and a rocking chair by the window to take in the magnificent  view or just to sit and read.

As the name suggests, this room looks over to the monument built in 1850 to commemorate Sir John Barrow who was born in a humble cottage in Ulverston and rose to the position of Second Secretary of the Admiralty and was also one of the founder members of the Royal Geographic Society.
This room is similarly furnished to Flan Close View room with luxurious soft white bed linen and antique furnishings.

This charming twin-bedded room looking towards Coniston is also dressed with luxurious blue chintz cotton bedding to compliment it’s surroundings.

The extra large family bathroom is shared between Hoad Monument View and Coniston View and contains a walk-in shower and many facilities for you to use and relax in after a long day exploring the beautiful countryside.