We are in the TripAdvisor "Hall of Fame" having a
‘Certificate of Excellence’
for 5 consequtive years.
Our three rooms are spacious, en-suite, have king-size beds, silent mini fridges, flat screen TV’s and hospitality baskets along with many other ‘home from home’ comforts to help you enjoy your stay.
Close to the Lakes yet away from the crowds
As dog owners ourselves, we fully understand the importance of being with your dog(s) at all times and it's definitely a 'Dogs Life' at Beech Hill House so there's no excuse to holiday on your own. Our bed and breakfast accommodation is totally dog friendly allowing large or small dogs, one or more. As a welcome we provide a dog bed if required, a throw, feeding bowl and a ‘Goodie Basket’ with a few essentials and treats in. With spacious rooms to relax in we are just 8 minutes from J36 of the M6 motorway and just off the A590 at Witherslack. We are easy to find, in an unspoilt corner of the Lake District National Park – ‘Close to the lakes. Away from the crowds’.
Each room has been designed with yours and your dog's comfort in mind.
Two are doubles with one having a private balcony with table and chairs and steps leading to a garden and access to the drive, while the third has an additional single bed making it an ideal double, twin or family room.
The area of garden to the right of the house, and used solely by our guests, is now enclosed and has
dusk to dawn lighting.
There are walks from the front door, a dog friendly village pub 50 yards along the road, and with being in the South Lakes it is a fabulous dog friendly place to holiday because there is the entire Lake District and South Lakes Furness Peninsulas to explore and even the Yorkshire Dales and North Lancashire with all their associated walks, attractions, mountains, hills, fells, waterfalls and beaches.
Please visit our website
for more information
along with the
Tariff, Special Offers and
Last Minute Availability.
You will also find details of Special Offers on winter breaks of 3 and 4 nights (excluding Saturdays and the Christmas/New Year period).