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What they Say?

"A wonderful find - highly recommended!"
"Every once in a while, you come across a place like this - majestic, tranquil, steeped in history and heritage. If you’re looking for spectacular views, a place to stroll, and a place to relax, this is it! When we arrived, we were intent on checking in and immediately heading out sightseeing. But one look at this place, with its classic architecture, shaded picnic tables, free-range chickens, plus resident peacock - and we just decided to just stay put!”

BRANDON, canada

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"What a brilliant place!"
“Came to Irton Hall for two nights with my sister, together with my other sister and her husband. It was a last-minute getaway and we absolutely loved it! The setting is stunning and the grounds are well kept; the rooms were clean and entirely adequate for our needs. The staff were all, without exception, lovely and friendly – plus they were exceptionally knowledgeable about the area. We ate in the restaurant on the first night and the bar on the second night. Both meals were very good and excellent value for money.”

P. W., LEEDS

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"Stunning - it really is a hidden jewel!"
"We had a brilliant time during our stay, and coming along the drive to see that spectacular view of the hotel and grounds was eye-opening! We came with our border collie, who had a great time running in the grounds and playing with the owner's dogs. The rooms were clean, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the beds were super-comfy – in fact, the comfiest we've ever had!”

rebecca, cheshire

Testimonials

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"Another excellent visit!"
"We returned once again for our annual weekend with our dog, The room was spacious and well-furnished, with an excellent Hospitality Tray. The meals were delicious, the sandwiches at lunchtime were very good – plus the staff were very friendly and helpful. The grounds are lovely, with plenty of places to walk - especially if you have dogs. We’ve already booked for next year!”

pam, skipton, YORkshire

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If you would like to stay at Irton Hall, please contact us by post, phone or email. Alternatively you can send us a simple request using our online enquiry form.

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Irton Hall, Irton, Eskdale, Holmrook, Cumbria, CA19 1TA

PHONE or EMAIL
Tel: +44 (0)19467 26025 
Email: sales@irtonhall.co.uk

Route 1 (recommended route but not in icy conditions)

Leave the M6 at J36 follow signs for Lakes/ Windermere.

Take exit off the A591 onto A590 following signs For Barrow. 3 Miles beyond Newby Bridge turn right onto the A5092. At Greenodd turn right onto the A595. Follow this road past Broughton in Furness then turn right at some traffic lights, just before the river Duddon. Follow this road to Ulpha, cross the river then take the next left, sign posted for Eskdale. Follow this road across Birker Moor, passing the King George IV pub on the left. Following this road into Eskdale Green. After Bower House take the left fork, at the end of this road turn right and the entrance to Irton Hall is on the left.

Route 2 (easy)

As above but stay on the A595 at the traffic lights. At Holmrook take a small lane to Irton.

Route 3 (hard not recommended in bad weather)From M6 at J36 follow signs for Ambleside.At Ambleside Turn left for Skelwith Bridge 1 mile after the bridge turn right down a small road for Little Langdale take the first left then follow the road towards Wrynose pass traverse the pass and descend to Cockley Beck.Turn right and ascend Hardnott pass this drops steeply down into Eskdale. This route goes over the steepest passes in England!Route 4 From Scotland and the North EastLeave the M6 at Carlisle follow signs for Cockermouth on the A595 then for Whitehaven, stay on the A595 until Holmrook, taking a small lane to Irton.

Route 3 (hard not recommended in bad weather)

From M6 at J36 follow signs for Ambleside.

At Ambleside Turn left for Skelwith Bridge 1 mile after the bridge turn right down a small road for Little Langdale take the first left then follow the road towards Wrynose pass traverse the pass and descend to Cockley Beck.Turn right and ascend Hardnott pass this drops steeply down into Eskdale. This route goes over the steepest passes in England!

Route 4 (from Scotland and the North East)

Leave the M6 at Carlisle follow signs for Cockermouth on the A595 then for Whitehaven, stay on the A595 until Holmrook, taking a small lane to Irton.