Overlooking Lake Windermere, Fallbarrow Hall has accommodated our clients for many years. Spacious, elegant syndicate rooms cater for group discussions and programme activities. The site is based adjacent to Lake Windermere which not only gives spectacular views but proves for some interesting experiential activities!
Bowness-on-Windermere is a sprawling tourist town on the shore of Windermere, about halfway along the 12 mile length of the lake between Waterhead at the North end, and Lakeside at the South end. It developed after the opening of the railway line from Oxenholme and Kendal to Windermere in 1847. Bowness was the nearest accessible point on the lake.
From the South
Leave the M6 at Exit 36 (motorway to Fallbarrow Hall is approx. 19 miles) and take the road sign posted ‘South Lakes, Kendal, Barrow A591′.
On arriving at Windermere continue past the turning for Windermere and Bowness village centres. After approx ½ mile you will come to a mini roundabout. Turn left here, signposted to Bowness and the Steamboat Museum. Proceed along this road, into the 30mph limit, just past the Fiat garage on the right hand side is the entrance to Fallbarrow Caravan Park. Turn in through the gates and park at the reception area. Security barriers are in operation. Proceed straight up the main drive (passing through the adjacent caravan park) into the grounds of Fallbarrow Hall itself.
From the North
Leave the M6 at Exit 36 (motorway to Fallbarrow Hall is approximately 19 miles) and take the road sign posted ‘South Lakes, Kendal, Barrow A591′. Then proceed as above.
Approximately only 2 and a half hours from London Euston by train. Arrive at Oxenholme Station and change for a connection to Windermere. A taxi rank is outside Windermere Station, this will take approx 5 minutes to Fallbarrow Hall.