Legend has it that when the Scots invaded England in the Middle Ages the Lonsdales, from Lowther Castle, brought their women folk and children to a house where the Lowther Barn now stands.
Located on the fellside right by the popular Glenridding to Howtown walk on the East side of Ullswater the barn is in the heart of the countryside with instant access to beautiful walks, challenging mountain bike routes, and has its own private lake shore access.
The tea room is situated on the upper floor whilst the ground floor comprises two double en suite bedrooms.
The Lowther Barn rooms are ideal for walkers who just wish to stay one or two nights in this fabulous location.
Guests have complete privacy as staff do not stay on the premises overnight.
Please note the following information below, before your stay with us.
Due to the location of the accommodation arrival time is between 2 pm and 4 pm. later check-in is possible if discussed before arrival.
It is not possible to access Lowther Barn by vehicle. Guest are welcome to walk or be transported by a member of staff in an all-terrain vehicle (ATV).
There is no land phone, and mobile phone signals can vary, We recommend you register your mobile for an emergency services phone signal before you arrive. Instructions are given at the foot of this page.
Evening meals are available at an extra cost, for you to heat up in a microwave or you may order cold platters by request.
Breakfast is included..
Lakeside access is available to all guests.
Regretfully dogs are not allowed because of the proximity of farm animals.
Bedroom 1 Herdiwick Room
Double bedroom / Wet room/ Flat screen TV / Electric heater / Tea & coffee making facilities / Hairdryer /Wi-Fi
Bedroom 2 Swaledale room
Double bedroom / En-suite bathroom / Flat screen TV / Electric heater / Tea & coffee making facilities / Hairdryer / Wi-Fi
Priced from £79 per night per room including a continental breakfast. Cooked English breakfast is available from 10am on request.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01768 486996. Alternatively, please contact via 01772 627 111
To register for emergency services SMS text ‘Register’ to 999; messages will be sent to your phone in return about the service, reply ‘yes’ to 999, and you will be sent confirmation of your registration.
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