The young couple behind the restoration of Brownber Hall near Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria have turned their Victorian mansion into a modern countryside guesthouse, an idyllic bolthole from which to explore the great outdoors. Rosalind Mullen pays a visit
Brownber Hall is a reinvention of the traditional boutique guesthouse. Overlooking the Howgill Fells and a stone's throw from the Lake District, this chic, young twist on the British country home, with eight bedrooms and a 24-seat restaurant, is positioned to attract guests wanting scenic walks, romantic breaks, outdoor adventures and picturesque views.
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