Contact us

Call: 01229 583204
Email: info@swarthmoorhall.co.uk

Welcome to Swarthmoor Hall

Swarthmoor Hall has been described as a hidden gem. The historic, peaceful and beautiful setting of the Hall provides a very special environment whatever the purpose of your visit or stay. We look forward to welcoming you!

Experience a stay at Swarthmoor Hall 

We offer our beautiful and comfortable accommodation on a room only, bed and breakfast or self-catering basis. Full board can be arranged for larger groups. We are open throughout the year except Christmas and New Year. Prices range from £52 per night for a single room to £85 for a superior double.

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Come and stay with friends or family, for one or several nights stay, for a week’s holiday or weekend party. If you live locally, why not use Swarthmoor Hall as an annex to put up family and friends.

The Old Hall

The Old Hall is closed until 11 February 2019

The Barn Café

Our winter opening times are:

10.30am - 4.00pm Thursday - Sunday

Try our seasonal menu! We have a delicious selection of soups, salads, sandwhiches and cakes available, made using local produce and organic ingredients.

 

Find out more about our cafe

Gardens and grounds

 Our gardens and grounds are maintained by our Head Gardener and Volunteers. Nestled in the heart of the Cumbrian countryside, they are peaceful and beautiful. Find out more

Swarthmoor Hall artists winter exhibition

The Barn Cafe

This winter Swarthmoor Hall is hosting an exhibition of works by three Swarthmoor Hall artists - Clare Dent, Sophie McKenna and Tam Taylor - in the intimate setting of The Barn Cafe

Free admission. 

Thursday 7 February - Sunday 10 March 2019

Open Call for Artists

Swarthmoor Hall in collaboration with Quaker Arts Network would like to invite Quaker artists to submit proposals for our new exhibition Seeking Routes opening in July 2019. The exhibition aims to display art which explores and interprets Quaker experience and action in building a more sustainable Earth. We welcome works in any media, including spoken word, performance, video and music. We will be running a series of events alongside the exhibition to incorporate performance art. Please send your submissions to our curator Sally Oliver: seekingroutes@gmail com. A selection committee will review all submissions in April 2019. For more extensive information please see here.

Deadline: 6th April 2019.