My second stay here with my partner and again absolutely no complaints. Stayed here 2 nights b&b this time in Low Fell room in the main house complete with slipper bath and lovely views. Cream tea on arrival in adjoining tea rooms, complete with wood burning stove. All v cosy. Spent late eve in hot tub in gardens enjoying a glass or two of Prosecco after a lovely walk in cockermouth in afternoon followed by tea at nearby wheatsheaf pub. V enjoyable full cooked breakfast both mornings in breakfast room. Lots to do in the area with cockermouth and Keswick all in easy reach. Had a quick walk round New house farms gardens, said hello to the horses before having to leave for home. Hazel is the most natural charming down to earth person you could meet who you immediately feel you have known for ages. Nothing seems too much trouble. We will definitely be back to try out one of the other rooms.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestling in the Lorton Valley this 17th-century former Farmhouse offers deluxe accommodation, hearty food and stunning views from every window. Polished antique furniture in every room together with the original exposed beams and flagged floors transport you back in time. Each bedroom is spacious and en-suite with luxurious beds, including two with hand carved oak Four Posters, roll top baths or double jacuzzi baths. The hot tub in the garden beckons at the end of a long days walk. Why not end the day with a bottle of champagne gazing at the stars - many do! We look forward to welcoming you. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- New House Farm Lorton, England