Staying at Broughton House

Whether you stay in one of our Garden Houses or the Yurt, you can expect a warm welcome at Broughton House, with homemade cakes, freshly laid eggs from the hens, fruit, milk, teabags and proper coffee to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. 

Ben's Yurt

Tucked away in a corner of the garden, Ben’s Yurt, and its adjoining Cabin, are the perfect place for a relaxing “glamping” holiday.

The Yurt is a circular, wooden building, which features many of the components from our original, and much loved, Mongolian Yurt, which succumbed to the winter storms of 2013.

The Yurt is a lovely, relaxing space, where you can play Scrabble, listen to music, and just enjoy the peace and quiet.

Outside is a fire pit, a barbeque, and tables and chairs. The Cabin, which is a step away, houses the shower room, the bedroom – with a double and a single bed – and a full kitchen, with gas hob and electric oven.

Self catering: £100 per night, for two – or £550 a week, for two.

The Garden House

Situated adjacent to Broughton House, and with a beautiful south facing view over the garden, the Garden House features a double bedroom, a shower room with an enormous, walk-in shower, and a well equipped sitting room/kitchen.

There is a small sun room, with a dining table, facing up the valley, and – at the front – a slated verandah, overlooking the garden – perfect for sitting out and enjoying long, summer afternoons.

The Garden House costs £80 a night, for two sharing, but – if you would like to extend your stay to a week – the price is reduced to £450 for seven nights.

Single occupancy is £65 a night. 

The Little Garden House

As a solo traveller, it annoys me that I always seem to be penalised for being on my own, so I have designed the Little Garden House specifically for one person.

It is a studio apartment, with a super-comfortable memory foam bed, an en-suite shower room, a tiny, but well equipped kitchen, with a hob and a microwave, plus a toaster, a kettle, and a ‘fridge.

Looking out over the garden, it is a peaceful base from which to explore the Southern Lake District, and is available for anything from a one night stay, to a week or more.

£50 a night – or £240 if you want to stay for seven nights.