Deepdale Hall Farmhouse B&B
17th Century farmhouse on a working Lakeland hill farm
Deepdale Hall is a grade II listed 17th century farmhouse situated on a working Lakeland hill farm in the scenic valley of Deepdale, between Lake Ullswater and Brotherswater. Here you will find stunning mountain views, oak beams, log fires and breakfasts cooked on the Aga – and, of course, genuine Cumbrian hospitality. We offer traditional Cumbrian bed and breakfast, and also have a self catering cottage unit.
The house was built around 1670 and was part of the Duke of Norfolk’s Estate. The lounge of Deepdale Hall Cottage was used for the Court of the Lord of the Manor under the supervision of his steward. Deepdale Hall retains its Manorial Rights to this day.
Deepdale Hall runs a traditional fell sheep flock of 600 hill ewes of which 90 are Herdwicks and the rest Swaledales. There are also a small number of cattle on the farm.
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Services & Facilities
- Car Parking