Romantic Lake District Honeymoons and Wedding Anniversaries

Lakeland winter wonderlandWhether you’re just married today or celebrating your gold wedding anniversary, you might want to consider a romantic retreat to our peaceful farmhouse bed and breakfast in the Lake District.

New House Farm is rated ‘excellent’ by 193 visitors on TripAdvisor and is a luxury B&B with some of the most beautiful scenery in the whole of the Lakes. Our farm spans fifteen acres and features woods, ponds, fields and streams. We have a hot tub that our guests are invited to relax in under the stars with a glass of champagne. Dogs are allowed to visit us with their owners as well, and our grounds make for some of the best walking routes around. We’re also very close to all the famous Lake District sights.

We’re veterans in the wedding business and all that that entails. If you want a quiet, relaxing romantic break in the rural countryside we can guarantee you just that. If you want to celebrate your wedding anniversary quietly or elaborately, either way is fine with us. We’re more than happy to take a hands-on or off approach for whatever you’re after. If you’d like to celebrate in our barn or a marquee we can help you arrange your anniversary party. If you’d prefer a chilled-out private weekend by the lake, we can happily provide a luxury Lake District B&B that seamlessly merges modern fittings with timeless traditional period features, such as original oak beams and rafters, flag-stone floors and stone fireplaces.

You can have your honeymoon with us too. Surround yourself in the majesty of the Lake District and let your host, Hazel, cook a fresh, homemade dinner for you.

Our food is a particular attraction. Hazel cooks beautiful English country three or five course meals that are as refined as they are delicious. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible and completely fresh. Our tearoom is in a totally unique setting, occupying original cow byres on the ground floor of a traditional Lakeland Bank Barn circa 1886, just across the cobbled yard from the main house. The tables and chairs are arranged in each of the old stalls and various historical artefacts line the walls. On cold winter’s days we’ll light our tearoom fireplace, and on the sunnier days we’ll arrange tables and benches outside so you can eat, drink and watch the horses grazing by Low Fell.

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By | 2013-08-22T13:46:05+00:00 August 22nd, 2013|