In common with other accommodation businesses, Bawd Hall is currently closed as a result of the coronavirus. We are preparing to re-open on 4 July, which is the earliest re-opening date for the hospitality sector including accommodation. Further guidance is scheduled to be published by the Government on 15 June and VisitBritain plan to launch their customer confidence scheme on the same date. Businesses will be invited to prepare and submit risk assessment information so that they can receive a Mark that they can display showing their compliance with all necessary measures.
If you have specific dates in the future when you would like to come, please get in touch either by telephone to the owner, Alison Evens on 01900 828189, by email to email@example.com or by completing the on-line booking enquiry form on our availability and prices page https://www.bawdhall.co.uk/prices. Where dates are available, we will hold those dates for you as a provisional booking with a view to confirming your booking and taking payment once it becomes clear that you will be able to travel to the Lake District.
Bawd Hall is the ideal base for a cycling holiday. The Lake District contains many recognised cycle routes and Lake District cycling holidays are becoming an increasingly popular way to experience the dramatic landscape:
The most famous cycle route is the C2C or coast to coast. The route travels through the northern Lake District close to Bawd Hall and over the Pennines. C2C is not a clearly marked cycle route but employs roads, old railways, and bridle paths combined with unspoilt hills and countryside to provide a truly exhilarating cycling experience.
For those who prefer good summer’s day rides as a way to see the lake district, then:
There are also excellent custom-made mountain bike routes at Whinlatter:
There are a number of places to hire cycles, or have them mended, should you require.
For more information see the cycling section of “Your Stay”