Brownber Hall is a magnificent country house of unique character built around 1860. Set amid beautiful rolling countryside near the village of Newbiggin-on-Lune in Cumbria it is well away from the nearest main road and guests are assured of a warm welcome and a peaceful and relaxing stay. Brownber Hall Country House stands in extensive mature gardens and enjoys panoramic views across open farmland to the Howgill fells and North Pennines. Guests can enjoy these views while relaxing on the terrace which extends across the front of the hall.
We are pleased to announce that Brownber Hall Country House is now licensed to sell alcohol. We do not operate a public bar but we do stock a selection of bottled and canned beers, wines and soft drinks, so that residents and their guests can enjoy a relaxing drink either in the lounge in front of the log fire or taking in the views on the terrace.
The surrounding country combines exceptional scenery with excellent walking without the hoards of people that characterise the Lakes and is home to a great abundance of wildlife. There are many places to visit locally or within easy driving distance. Brownber Hall Country House is the ideal choice to relax and unwind.
There are many walking routes for the more energetic but an unmissable and easy two mile stroll from Brownber is along the old railway line to magnificent Smardale. Home to many rare birds, plants and animals, Smardale is a magical ‘secret’ valley which is a nature reserve of internationally recognised importance. It is also the site of the spectacular Smardale Viaduct, which, at 180 feet is the tallest in the UK.
Brownber Hall Country House enjoys a unique and wonderful location. We work hard to achieve our awards and look forward to extending you a warm welcome.