The Hall and its grounds are stunning, the breakfasts and food are heaven, the owners and staff are welcoming and gracious hosts.

"I have had the pleasure of staying at Warwick Hall on many occasions in family groups, as a couple and for private hire purposes and have thoroughly enjoyed each visit."

What an extra special family celebration we had at Warwick Hall. Nothing was too much trouble for Val and her staff. The food, rooms and surroundings were wonderful - in particular the cosy lounge which we made good use of.

"I cannot praise the place highly enough. The Hall is in a beautiful setting and I received an extremely warm welcome. My room was fantastically comfortable, spotless and spacious and the public areas are perhaps even more impressive."

"Every single thing about our trip to Warwick Hall was perfect: the beautiful setting is so tranquil that it makes you take that step back and relax, immediately. Whilst the Hall itself is impressive, it is in no way intimidating; we instantly felt completely at home."

Walking

The Cumbria landscape is perfect for walkers and Warwick Hall is the ideal base to get out and enjoy the hills. Our green and pleasant land, has a countryside full of contrasts and huge variety. Now although we have a relatively mild climate with beautiful summers, we do also have our fair share of rain. Well we need to keep those lakes full!

However, with the right gear, rain rarely threatens to overwhelm the superb views and experiences offered by the Northumberland National Park and the Lake District. In addition to the parks, designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and other scenic spots are protected for the enjoyment of all. Some of these areas have become more accessible with the new ‘right to roam’ Act, which allows more access onto open fells and moorland. The Walk Britain website is full of ideas for days out in the stunning Cumbrian countryside.

The Romans established an extensive road network and traders throughout the ages have established a network of routes for carrying goods and for local communication. The result is a fine web of public footpaths that criss-cross the country. Today, walkers follow in their ancestors’ footsteps as they head towards old Roman villas, ancient burial mounds and hill forts, medieval cathedrals, old mines, Georgian towns and more. There’s an impressive variety of birds and wildlife too.
Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail is the long-distance footpath that runs through the World Heritage Site. 84 miles of glorious walking through rugged moorland, rolling fields and dynamic urban landscape.

Although, you could just go for a stroll along the river here at Warwick Hall and have a fabulous day out.