Brewery House is a property with fabulous character, full of warmth and life. Here you will find a wealth of sumptuous textiles, exposed wooden beams and floorboards, selected stone and slate walls and antique furniture. Built in the 1830s it originally started life as part of the Jennings Brewery (which is still brewing beer to this day), providing accommodation for the workers and stabling for the shire horses. It has been converted to the highest of standards.
The house is situated on the outskirts of the quiet village of Lorton, surrounded by beautiful scenery with a babbling brook running alongside it. The pub in the village has won several awards and serves good food and real ales, there is a village shop which sells locally sourced food for your basics and locally sourced gifts. To top it off it's also the village tea room.
This is walking country at its best with valley walks and mountain paths. Loweswater lake is nearby, with Crummock Water and Buttermere just beyond. Lorton is also by Whinlatter Forest – England’s only true Mountain Forest. There are miles of footpaths and cycle trails, as well as being a great habitat for a variety of wildlife.