Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends.
Bretherdale Hall and Barn, Bretherdale, Cumbria, sleeps 8-18 in 9 bedrooms.
Sleeps 8 to 18 in the farmhouse and barn conversion
The Barn sleeps 10
The Farmhouse sleeps 8
Within an area of outstanding natural beauty and in a friendly, farming environment sits Bretherdale Hall and Barn. Surrounded by open countryside, spectacular views can be enjoyed from all rooms. Amazing Summer sunsets, with Spring green fields dotted with lambs, wild deer and foals, Autumn skies and Winter freshness, make Bretherdale a perfect location to relax and explore the Lakes and Dales at any time of the year.
Comfort, touches of luxury, and attention to detail is our signature style for both properties. The farmhouse has great character with sumptuously comfortable furniture and an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings including a multi-fuel burner. The four double bedroom farmhouse sleeps 8 in very comfortable pocket sprung divan beds. In complimentary style the newly converted adjacent barn has a contemporary style with 5 double bedrooms with en-suite facilities “Boutique Hotel” style.
On arrival each property gives guests a Cumbrian welcome pack of local organic eggs, milk, artisan baked bread, jam, ground coffee and tea.
Both properties are rated by Visit England with their top 5 Star Gold award.
Each property has its own totally separate outdoor seating area overlooking different aspects of the surrounding valley and fells.
To support the properties guests also enjoy the shared facilities of a dedicated spa building with sauna/steam rooms, showers and changing areas. Separate drying cupboards for each of the properties with their own spa towels are provided for walkers and cyclists to relax and dry their things ready for another day!. Garage parking is provided for 4 cars plus additional parking for at least another 4-6 cars within the boundaries of the property.
Barn from £1260-£2490 per week, House from £850-£2080 per week. Please contact us for more specific pricing.