Situated next to Rydal Beck, the Bunkhouse:
sleeps up to 29 people
in 4 dormitory style rooms
It is ideal for groups staying for retreats or events who prefer a simpler style of accommodation. The Bunkhouse is ideal for groups looking to cater for themselves, but catered packages are also available.
The common room has tables, chairs, sofas and a cosy wood-burning stove with a complimentary bag of logs. The fully-equipped stainless steel kitchen includes a cooker, microwave, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils.
As well as en suite facilities for two of the dormitories there are showers and toilets on the ground floor.
Pillows and pillowcases are provided, but guests are asked to bring their own towels, tea towels and sleeping bags or bed linen and duvets.
Set in over thirty acres of garden, woodland and natural beauty in he Lake District UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rydal Hall is the ideal venue for retreats, events, activity weekends or just a family holiday. With wonderful views over the Rothay Valley and with the Fairfield Horseshoe and Nab Scar as a backdrop, the Hall and its grounds are the perfect place to enjoy this beautiful part of the world.
A listed period property dating back to 1650. A formal Garden designed by Thomas Mawson. The extensive grounds include a Victorian Ice-house, an 18th century Game Larder, an 18th century viewing station known as the Grot with extensive views of a waterfall in Rydal Beck which has been painted by John Constable. A textile, wood, metal and stone sculpture path which includes art by Shawn Williamson in memorial to Josefina de Vasconcelos.
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*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
Travelling by car - with easy access from the M6 (J36 from the South - 23 miles, J40 from the North, 28 miles) A591 to Rydal, turn right at the sign of Rydal Hall (near Rydal Church), turn first right after 200 yards.
Travelling by train - There are excellent rail connections to Windermere station (via Oxenholme on the West Coast mainline) which is only 4 miles from Rydal Hall. Bus (555) and taxi services are avalible at Windermere station.
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