ROOM OVERVIEW

Farm House Bed & Breakfast

The Farmhouse rooms comprise of 5 rooms in total, 4 Rooms with zip & link beds adapting from King size to two Singles beds and 1 room with a king size wooden bed with the option of a put up bed for a child, the rooms are comfortable and nicely furnished with bright and airy aspects.  There are 2 shared bathrooms which have a shower and a bath (Hand soap and Radox Muscle soak are provided) We regularly welcome individuals, families and groups.
Take the opportunity to relax, read, watch TV or play games. There is also seating at the front of the farmhouse where you can enjoy the views.
All our guests have access to the lounge and dining room with a log fire and you can help yourself to tea and coffee.

For those of you who would like something a little more energetic then we have an Equestrian Centre on site offering horse riding to suit all abilities and hacking around the Witherslack Estate. For those of you who enjoy walks we are nearby the Whitbarrow Scar and Nature Reserve and for those who enjoy a climb we are near to Lords Seat. If you have a rod licence then we also have a fishing tarn. We can also provide secure bike storage and Bike hire.

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Rooms and Facilities

  • Super King Beds

  • Shared Bathrooms

  • Hair Dryers

  • Hand soap & Radox Bath soak

  • Communal sitting room

  • Tea & Coffee making facilities

  • Free WiFi

  • Outdoor seating Area

  • Traditional Country Breakfasts

  • Locally sourced food

  • Dine in at the Farm House

  • Onsite Equestrian Centre

  • Bike Hire

  • Onsite Fishing

  • Walking and Hiking

Amazing Views

Witherslack Hall Farm is located in Witherslack, a small village situated just off South Lake District Peninsula’s. Witherslack is a small village and civil parish in the south of Cumbria. It lies on the north eastern side of Morecambe Bay, England. The eastern side of the village borders Whitbarrow Scar with Yewbarrow.

The former Victorian Farm sits at the top of Witherslack adjacent to Witherslack Hall, with the most amazing panoramic views down the valley and across Morecambe Bay.

Reviews

Awesome hidden gem

“My fiancee and me popped to Witherslack farm with the family dog.

Deanna was the perfect hostess and the breakfast the next day was delicious. We were advised to the perfect walk.

Would recommend this to anyone looking for a short winter get away”

Lovely period guesthouse

“Amazing location and views – friendly, helpful staff – great locally sourced breakfast (ordered the night before). Nice clean rooms with bathrooms that have baths not just showers.

The dining room/lounge is very welcoming and has a nice real fire”