Hotel - Rooms and Suite
Appleby manor has a total of 31 luxury appointed bedrooms including Manor house rooms, deluxe rooms, garden view and coach house rooms.
All bedrooms are tastefully designed, featuring free view TVs, complementary Arran Aromatics products, fluffy robes, tea and coffee making facilities. You will also find complimentary mineral water from our own water bore hole.
For ‘suite dreams’ as an extra special treat, you can upgrade to our Heelis Suite. The Room benefits from double height ceiling, Lounge area with hand made furniture, luxury Super King Bed and Bathroom with double Jacuzzi bath and bathrooms TV.
Inter-connecting rooms are also available which are perfect if you have a large family/group.
Whatever your choice, all of our bedrooms feature the finest cotton linen, cosy throws and super comfy king-size beds - guaranteeing you a restful night’s sleep before waking to a delicious breakfast.
Oak Room Restaurant and Bistro 1871
Open to residents and non-residents, our 1AA Rosette Restaurant provides a completely modern dining experience; the décor and eclectic menus making for a charismatic ambience, great views over the Eden valley and the Lake District Fells beyond.
Our expertly selected wine list complements our menus beautifully and includes everything from the finest Champagnes to the most exquisite Bordeaux. Our menus are extremely diverse and we only use the finest seasonal ingredients, most of which are sourced locally. We are passionate about the environment and sourcing produce locally reaps many benefits including minimising our carbon footprint, reducing the distance from field to fork and supporting our local community.
For a more informal dining experience, Bistro 1871 offers great value for more casual dinning. Try a one pot, fish & chips or our famous Cumbrian reared steak. Again, open to residents and non-residents,
During sunnier climes, you can enjoy afternoon tea on our beautiful terrace, overlooking our landscaped gardens. During the cooler months, sit in front of our roaring log fire with a glass of your favourite something.