Perfect for relaxing breaks to the southern Lake District and Cumbrian coast, Bracelet Hall is a traditional beef and sheep rearing farm with charming 17th century farmhouse providing quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Enjoy peaceful woodland fell views from the front and views over the coast line to the side with an abundance of scenic walks to be found in the surrounding area.
Ideal for extra special breaks, this spacious room has an original Victorian four poster bed, traditional furnishings and a flat screen TV. The beautiful outlook offers views over the woodland fells and the ensuite bathroom has a shower Jacuzzi bath and Sauna.
This comfortable double ensuite room has a original Victorian half-tester king-size bed, traditional furnishings and a ensuite shower room. It is quietly situated at the rear of the property and also has a flat screen TV.
This is our smallest ensuite double room has is furnished with a four poster bed. This accommodation is most suited to solo guests or an accompanying child.
We serve a delicious cooked breakfast made with Cumberland sausage, bacon, free range egg, black pudding, hash brown, mushrooms and beans. You could also have two kippers and choose from a range of cereals, porridge, tea, coffee and orange juice.
Please note that we do not accept pets at our accommodation. We are open between June and October each year.
We also hard standing for two caravans with hook up points. Contact us for further details.
Bracelet Hall was built in c1665 by William Myers on his betrothal to Eleanor Askew, daughter of Sir John Askew, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, owner of the Lydiard Millicent Estate. The property came to the current owners, the Kirkbride family, in 1938 and is now run by John and Elizabeth Kirkbride, with help from youngest son Johnny.
We are conveniently situated just to the west of Coniston Water and within easy reach of Broughton in Furness on the scenic Cumbrian coast. Guests can enjoy a excellent choice of walking routes in the nearby area or visit Grizedale Forest with its cycling trails and treetop adventure course.
From the M6 (junction 36) follow the A590 to Greenodd. Then the A5092 to Broughton-in-Furness, and follow the A593 turn left to Bracelet Hall Farm.
Closest train station is in the market town of Ulverston.