Brockwood Hall

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Address: Brockwood Hall
Whicham Valley
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Website  Brockwood Hall

About Brockwood Hall

Nestled in the scenic Whicham Valley, surrounded by protected woodland, with beautiful views opening out to the Irish Sea and the finest, freshest country air.

Overlooked by the near-mountain that is Black Combe and engulfed by its supporting green fells and hills.Situated close to the magnificent Lake District, yet far away enough to avoid the crowds and still be in the midst of unspoilt natural beauty.Brockwood Hall is an ideal all year round resort. With 32 self catering Norwegian lodges of various capacities, we are a picturesque destination.

Amongst the protected woodland, inside the undiscovered beauty of Whicham Valley, sits the Victorian built Brockwood Hall.
Over time, the grounds around the hall have seen the addition of 32 self catering lodges, without losing any of the awe inspiring surroundings.
Here is where you can truly relax, unwind, indulge and have fun!

With 8 various styles of lodge, sleeping up to 4-8, you can choose a lodge that suits your getaway needs.
With so many things to do around the Lake District of Cumbria, you will find the resort of Brockwood Hall an ideal place to retreat.


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In a lodge…..

Exact interiors of each lodge can vary, but as standard you can expect:
Electric Heating Fully equipped self-catering kitchen  Full bathroom including shower  Living area with TV, Video, DVD, Hi-Fi and direct line Telephone
Homely essentials such as Iron, Ironing Board and Vacuum Cleaner (just in case you really want to feel at home!)  Veranda/Patio/Balcony with furniture  Parking space  Beds made to your requirements prior to your arrival  All Non-Smoking  Unlimited use of Leisure Facilities  Pets accepted in most lodges  Some extra charges do apply for certain items

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Discover The Lakes Review

We have been to Brockwood Hall a couple of times and we really like the setting. The west coast is much less busy and you have great sandy beaches (used for the opening credits of BBC Countryfile) and lots to see such as Ravenglass with the narrow gauge railway, muncaster Castle and Hardknott Roman fort. The lodges are well equipped and the hall has a swimming pool and bar with restaurant.

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