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Deepdale Hall is a grade II listed 17th century farmhouse situated on a working Lakeland hill farm in the scenic valley of Deepdale, close to Patterdale between Lake Ullswater and Brotherswater in one of the most beautiful parts of the Lake District National Park.
Here you will find stunning mountain views, oak beams, log fires -
The Byre is our luxury self catering barn conversion which sleeps 4 people in one double and one twin room. There is a fantastic open plan living room with a woodburning stove and double glass height doors to your own private outside seating overlooking the fells. More on our Luxury Self Catering…
Our 4 Luxury timber Shepherds Huts offer you a unique experience of glamping. Outside living with modern comforts. We provide wifi and supply soft luxurious cotton towels and linen. Our huts are insulated and have an electric heater and have an outside seating area. 3 have their own Hot Tubs. More on on Luxury Shepherd Huts…
Deepdale Hall was built around 1670, and has been owned and run by successive generations of the Brown family who have been making visitors welcome since 1954. Chris and his family continue the tradition, and as well as operating the B&B and self catering, they run a fell flock of 600 Luxury Herdwick and Swaledale sheep.
Hopefully you will find everything you need on the site. If you do have any questions or would like to book please just contact us. Chris, Jimmy, Robyn and family look forward to welcoming you soon.
Welcome to Deepdale Hall in the Lake District
Summary of our Luxury Holiday Accommodation
Luxury Holiday Cottage for 4
4 Luxury Glamping Shepherds Huts for Couples -
Stunning location on a working Lakeland Farm
Great facilities including Free WiFi and Magnificent Views
Ideal Lake District Location close to Ullswater and Helvellyn
Close to a good selection of local pubs and shops
Friendly welcoming Cumbria Hospitality Assured!
Luxury Holiday Accommodation on an Luxury farm in the Lake District