Tan At Hall Hills

Dalston, Cumbria, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Outside you will have uninterrupted views of the Cumbrian countryside and can enjoy wildlife spotting while dining out on your patio or take any of the numerous walks right from your doorstep.

Parking for one car is guaranteed so that you know after a days sight-seeing you can arrive back at Hall Hills and just relax.

Downstairs Description

Tan with its impressive entrance, adjoins Yan and Tethera.

Walk in to the sunlit open-plan living and dining and area and pop the kettle on in the fully-equipped traditional farmhouse kitchen with Belfast sink.

The property benefits from a ground floor double bedroom with door out onto the patio and beautiful views.

WC with wash hand basin downstairs as well.

First Floor Description

Upstairs the kingsize bed lies beneath the rustic beams and the skylights. Choose single or twin beds for the third bedroom on booking. All the rooms share the fresh contemporary bathroom with power shower

Child Friendly
Tots Travel Bag: Holidays with your little ones should be as stress-free as possible and that is why we have tried our best to provide you with all that you may require during your stay.
Tourist Attractions:
  • Tullie House: An award-winning museum, gallery, restaurant and gift shop selling, amongst many other things, a specially commissioned range of replica jewellery based on the Museum's own Roman collection. Visit website
  • Hutton In The Forest: This is the legendary Green Knight's Castle in the Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. It is a beautiful historic house set in magnificent grounds and situated midway between Hall Hills and Penrith. Visit website
  • The World Of Beatrix Potter: We recommend you allow 45 minutes to one hour to enjoy your walk-through self-guided tour of the exhibition & garden, and a little longer to include time to browse in the shop and have a delicious treat in the Tea Room! Visit website
  • Castlerigg Stone Circle : Stop off at this impressive Neolithic monument close to the A66 on the way into Keswick. Visit website
  • Rheged Activity Centre: An award-winning centre housed in an unusual grass-covered building offers a wide range of activities for all the family. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Bluebell Inn: Village Pub offering a Good Food Menu and Beer. A Family Friendly Pub which has a Separate Dining Area and Outside Seating Visit website
  • Dalston Hall: Offers various dining cuisines and experiences. Home to crisp black linen and a fine dining menu offers a fashionable selection of English and Continental cuisine. The more relaxed environment of the Lounge Bar offers the chance to unwind and socialise with our hearty selection of traditional home cooked food. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Co-op: In Dalston Visit website
  • Tesco: In Carlise and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Go Ape At Whinlatter: Go Ape is an award-winning high-wire forest adventure course with rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip slides sometimes as high as 40 feet up in the trees. Go Ape Whinlatter is about four miles west of Keswick along the A66 between Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite Lake. Visit website
  • Cycling: Take a leisurely ride to High Head Sculpture Valley or over to Caldbeck, or alternatively set off on a challenging round trip to Honnister Pass at the far end of Derwentwater - the Reivers Route and the Coast to Coast are on our doorstep. Visit website
  • Rookin House Farm Equestrian Centre: Why not experience the beauty of the Eden Valley on horseback? Rookin House organises a wide range of treks and lessons. Other activities organised include: archery, rock climbing, ghyll scrambling, canoeing, clay pigeon shooting, go-karting, quad-biking, team-building activities and paintballing. Visit website
  • Fishing In The Eden Valley: Hall Hills has links with The Eden Angler who can arrange guided fishing trips and tuition at the excellent fishing grounds of the Rivers Eden, Eamont and Lowther. Visit website