Barton Hall Country House Bed & Breakfast
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Barton Hall Country House Bed & Breakfast Built in 1710 the Queen Anne country house was extended adding the Victorian wing in 1863. It is in stone, with two storeys and attics. The original part has a front of five bay windows. The entrance has a dated open pediment, 1710, and on the front are two gabled dormers. At the rear is a single-storey service wing and stables with original cobbled yard.

There are 8 traditional bedrooms, 3 en-suite and 5 with private and shared bathrooms. All rooms still have original fireplaces and grates, and a lot of the original features are evident, throughout the house. The bedrooms are spacious, each with at least a double plus single bed, tea/coffee making facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi access and free onsite private parking to the front of the house.

Our B&B accommodation includes a Full-English Breakfast including a choice of cereals, fruit and yogurts. It lies in 3.5 acres of secluded grounds including croquet lawn and ample playing area for children. Residents have, for their own use, a guest kitchen for preparing sandwiches, simple meals etc. Off the kitchen there is a small sunroom with access to benches and sun chairs if required.

read more › We can't always guarantee the weather in the Lake District, but what we can guarantee is that there is always something to do. For a full day out or something to keep the kids entertained there are a range of fantastic visitor attractions in and around Ullswater to choose from. England's largest National Park is now a World Heritage Site, home to Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere. The Ullswater Way is a 20-mile walking route around Ullswater.

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