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Brockwood Hall, Millom, Cumbria

Brockwood Hall
Whicham Valley

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Nestled in the scenic Whicham Valley, surrounded by protected woodland, with beautiful views opening out to the Irish Sea and the finest, freshest country air.Overlooked by the near-mountain that is Blackcombe and engulfed by its supporting green fells and hills.Situated close to the magnificent Lake District, yet far away enough to avoid the crowds and still be in the midst of unspoilt natural beauty.Brockwood Hall is an ideal all year round resort. With 32 self catering Norwegian lodges of various capacities, we are a picturesque destination. So whether you are looking for a family holiday, peaceful break from the city, romantic weekend or simply a bed for the night...we can meet your get away needs!On site facilities include indoor heated swimming pool with sauna and sun shower, outdoor children’s play area, lawns for games and BBQ’s and a nature trail taking you through the woods and round the resort.Inside of Brockwood Hall you will find our Bar, Bistro, Restaurant and informative Reception.Our facilities also allow us to cater for your Special Occasions, be it a Birthday, Anniversary, Christening or Wedding Reception. We can also accommodate Conferences and Private Parties.We look forward to hearing from you.

Self-catering Scandinavian Pine Lodges.
Set in 26 Acreas of woodland.
4 miles from nearest town.
Dramatic views.
Some lodges have saunas.
Leisure club with pool, sauna, jacuzzi.
Rates per lodge per stay/night.
5 different sizes sleep upto 8.
Restaurant, Bistro & Bar on site.
Regular entertainment during school holidays.

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