Irton Hall, Eskdale

You may want a base for splendid hiking or biking amongst Lake District fells; you might want to tour Lakeland, its coast and the English borders; or you could simply be seeking a place of peace and quiet where you can re-charge your batteries and refresh your spirits. Whatever your wishes from your Lakeland visit, Irton Hall is the perfect place to stay in beautiful surroundings.

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With a noble history stretching back to the 14th century, Irton Hall is a lovely holiday destination, in the foothills of Lakeland’s western fells between Wasdale and Eskdale. Providing fifteen luxurious rooms of spacious Bed & Breakfast accommodation – plus there is self-catering accommodation (a choice of six) in the main house and others located in the 19 acres of surrounding parklands. Irton Hall is a pet friendly hotel, you are welcome to take your pet into the rooms and bar but they are not permitted in the restaurant/dining room.

Ideally located to local attractions and country walks

Irton Hall is close to the sandy beaches of west Cumbria, the Eskdale miniature steam railway at Ravenglass – plus Muncaster Castle and Gardens, which include the International Owl Sanctuary. Accessed via Hardknott Pass and Wrynose Pass, the Langdale Pikes are to the east , whilst Wasdale and Wastwater are only five miles away, providing direct walking access to Great Gable and Scafell Pike. Ennerdale Water, Crummock Water and Buttermere are also close at hand, as are the historic port and marina of Whitehaven. The nearest shop, pub and restaurant are one mile from Irton Hall.

http://www.irtonhall.co.uk/

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