7am - 9:30am Mon - Fri 8am - 10am Sat & Sun
12pm - 2:30pm
Bistro - 6:30pm - 8.45pm
Restaurant - 7pm - 8.45pm
The hotel is accessible to wheelchairs and has 10 rooms on the ground floor.
The hotel does not have a lift.
Appleby Manor are a family friendly hotel. Children staying in their parents room up to the age of 16 are charged £10.00 per child per day for extra-bed and breakfast. (Cots are free.)
Children in their own room are charged at 50% of the applicable rate. There are no age restrictions, baby listening service available.
Also provided is a children's menu and there is a play area within the gardens.
Children under 16 years are not permitted access of the spa
History of the hotel
Appleby Manor Country House Hotel, located in Appleby, Cumbria was built in 1871 for a wealthy solicitor, John Alcock Heelis, and was originally named Garbridge House.
The design of the building was by the noted architect Octavius Hansard and the work was carried out under his supervision. The pink sandstone was cut at the nearby but now disused Heights Quarry and the entire building is lined with 9 inch brickwork. The sitting of the building means the public rooms enjoy unparalleled views over Appleby Castle and the Eden Valley and towards the peaks of the Lake District, Cumbria.
All the internal fittings are of the finest Pitch-Pine with the exception of the Oak Room Restaurant which, naturally, is paneled in English Oak. This room, therefore, has two doors as its main entrance - Oak on the inside and Pitch-Pine on the outside - so that the continuity of the wood is felt whichever part of the building you are in.
At one time the estate covered an extensive acreage and was planned to be completely self sufficient with Walled Gardens, Greenhouses, a Dairy and Stabling.
The building was converted into a hotel in the late 1940s and was renamed Appleby Manor Hotel around 1976 to become one of the best Cumbrian Hotels. The Dunbobbin family purchased the hotel in September 2000 and under took a refurbishment program that has resulted in the hotel being upgraded from AA 3star to AA 4star in October 2007, Appleby Manor Country House Hotel is now one of the finest Lake District hotels in Cumbria.
Green Tourism Gold Award
Installed a bio mass boiler to reduce energy use and have also created their own bore hole to reduce water use, alongside a range of eco measures. The addition of the hotel's £1m spa has been equipped with the latest in environmental technologies to conserve water and minimise heat loss, resulting in one of the only carbon-neutral spas in the country.