The Brantwood Hotel is an early 18th Century former country residence with a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Standing in secluded gardens in the peaceful and attractive village of Stainton The Brantwood is only 3 miles from Ullswater less than a mile from Junction 40 of the M6 half a mile from Rheged and only a couple of minutes from the A66 which links the beautiful Northern Lakes of Ullswater Derwentwater Buttermere Crummock Water Bassenthwaite and others. Boasting 7 attractively decorated en-suite bedrooms feature luxury bathroom fittings super comfy beds top quality linen and sumptuous soft furnishings. A range of amenities such as free Wi-Fi TVs and tea/coffee making facilities just to name a few are also provided in your rooms to make your stay as comfortable as possible. After your comfortable night s sleep a full English breakfast will be awaiting filling you with the finest locally sourced produce cooked to perfection getting your day off to a great start. A warm welcome awaits you in the oak beamed bar and restaurant offering an extensive and delightfully British menu which is a favourite amongst locals with its friendly service and freshly prepared locally sourced ingredients. Whether you are in the mood for a three course meal a one course wonder a snack or even just a pudding from our enticing array of homemade desserts our friendly knowledgeable staff will ensure that you are well looked after. The Brantwood s bar embodies the warmth character and service you d perhaps expect from a traditional country inn. We support local breweries so why not try something from our great selection of local beverages and wines. In summer soak up the last rays of the sun in the south facing private beer garden or relax in the conservatory with its twinkling lights or in winter keep warm in front of our roaring fire with a mulled wine or posh coffee. Whatever you fancy you will be very welcome.
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