Hipping Hall is close to the picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, conveniently located between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. The rooms are all individually designed to the highest standard which marries perfectly with the 4AA rosette restaurant. The ideal getaway.
- Outstanding luxury country hotel on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales
- Stylish country bedrooms
- 4 AA rosette restaurant, one of the highest rated in the area
- Independently owned with high levels of service
- Ideal base for exploring the southern Lake District
- Located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
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Escape to the Country
Stay in a Grand room and receive:
- Guaranteed stay in a Grand room for the price of Superb (value £30)
- Half a bottle of chilled Champagne in your room on arrival (value £37)
- Tasting menu for two on the first evening (value £70 pp)*
- 4 course set-menu dinner for two every other evening (value £55 pp)
- Full English breakfast daily
- Lazy check out until 1pm
- *Please note that the Restaurant is closed on Monday and Tuesday so bookings for those days will NOT include dinner
1 night stay
Package Price: £165 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £330 per room
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2 night stay
Package Price: £300 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £600 per room
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3 night stay
Package Price: £435 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £870 per room
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All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.
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Facilities at Hipping Hall
Hipping Hall is a Hideaway Country House with beautifully appointed rooms, stunning cuisine and a calm and relaxed atmosphere. Here is a wonderful place, where the old and the new blend seamlessly to provide a profoundly satisfying stay.
Arriving at Hipping Hall, you will discover a 17th century house draped in wisteria and steeped in history. The combination of great food, a beautiful location, uplifting interiors and warm hospitality makes the whole experience a memorable one.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Private Car Park
The hotel does not have a lift.
There are ground floor rooms situated in the cottages. There is one accessible room.
Children under 12 are at £35 bed and breakfast additional beds are allowed in limited rooms please check with reservations direct.
Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the restaurant after 7pm. Children under 12 may dine from 6pm. The hotel offer a baby listening service (only possible in some bedrooms) should parents wish to dine separately.
They have two rooms in which they allow up to 2 dogs at a cost of £25 per night. They regret that dogs are not allowed in the public areas.
The Rooms at Hipping Hall
All boutique rooms are ensuite. Some have baths and showers whilst others have large walk-in showers. They have all been individually designed and contain handmade Vispring beds and flat screen televisions.
All of the luxury rooms are ensuite and are just that bit larger than our classic rooms. All have baths with showers over. They have all been individually designed and contain handmade Vispring beds and flat screen televisions. Beds are King Size, some can be twinned
Another great reason to come and stay at Hipping Hall is to sample the stunning cuisine served in the magnificent double height medieval dining room.
Brent Hulena is the man behind the stoves and his food has been recognised by the AA as having 4 rosettes. Brent's menus are complimented by a nicely balanced and well priced wine list.
Please note that the Restaurant is NOT open on Monday and Tuesday
Please make the hotel aware at the time of booking if you have any special dietary requirements. They are unable to cater for a lactose free diet.
8am -10am daily
12pm - 2pm Sat & Sun (only)
7pm - 9pm Wednesday to Sunday - Please note that the Restaurant is NOT open on Monday and Tuesday
Smart Casual. Jacket and Tie not required.
Hipping Hall Location
Map & Directions
Private Car Park
How to get here
Take junction 36 off M6 following A65 towards Skipton. Go past Kirkby Lonsdale and then through the village of Cowan Bridge, Hipping Hall is on the left hand side after a third of a mile.
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Location & Local Attractions
Hipping Hall is close to the picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, conveniently located between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
The hotel is also flanked by two of England's most remote and beautiful areas, the Trough of Bowland and the Eden Valley. This makes Hipping Hall the perfect base to explore all of the delights that the North-West of England has to offer.
Hipping Hall Reviews
- 30 reviews
- Member since 2009
Cowan Bridge, Kirkby Lonsdale, LA6 2JJ
We loved our night at Hipping Hall. We were superbly looked after from start to finish and the food was fantastic. All the staff were great and George in particular was superb. Attentive without being stuffy, as were all the staff. We will definitely return!
Stay at Hipping Hall
Food was delicious but don t expect an early night.
Service was generally good except when we arrived early and asked to leave our bag while we went out for the day we were told No .
The bed and room were very comfortable but we had a room above the crockery store and I was kept awake by the clattering of plates until 1am.
Hipping Hall in January
We found the staff welcoming, the service superb, the food delicious and our room comfortable. Thank you Hipping Hall for a lovely weekend break in cold January.
A wonderful stay
We had two nights here to celebrate our wedding anniversary and had an amazing time from the moment we arrived to find the champagne in our room, to the moment we left. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The room was comfortable and well-equipped and although it faced the road, we heard very little noise. However, the highlight of the stay were the meals. The tasting menu was delicious, and the wine flight was a perfect match for the inventive dishes. Because we were staying two nights we wondered what we would have on the second night and were not disappointed; the chef came up with a shorter but equally delicious menu. The breakfasts were just what we needed to set us up for the day to explore the country-side around - we can recommend the walk round the waterfalls at Ingleton - though beware, it's quite strenuous. All in all we had an amazing stay and can thoroughly recommend Hipping Hall.
A delightful place to stay as a great location for either the Yorkshire dales or the Trough of Bowland. Very good restaurant- my only criticism would be that the overseas staff need to be taught how to prepare an English pot of tea!
Fabulous and relaxing place with sublime food
A wonderful welcome from staff who were attentive throughout our stay. A fabulous building with beautiful period features and the terrace overlooking the ancient washhouse on the river is perfectly magical.
The tasting menu was sublime. Every morsel utterly delicious. All served on bespoke hand made plates. The ceramics in the dining room and around the hotel are stunning. As the weather was good we didn t use the sitting areas but stayed outside until bedtime. Our room was up a little narrow staircase in the eaves and comprised a huge bedroom, huge bathroom with freestanding bath which was stunning, and a sitting area. All ultra comfortable and beautifully decorated.
Breakfast was perfect and fabulous quality.
By chance I met the makers of the plates and tableware at an art exhibition the following week. It was they who alerted me to the fact of the bespoke plates. I would have liked a small mention of this at the table, maybe a line or two on the bottom of the menu, as this would have enhanced the dining experience even further. The crockery seeks to complement the food in subtle ways that when explained, is fascinating. And I do not think drawing attention to it would detract in any way but would enhance.
All in all we adored our stay at Hipping Hall. It was a perfect anniversary treat.
Short stay in the Dales
Excellent dinners served on successive nights. Restaurant staff enthusiastic and well versed. Wonderful gardens. Bathroom equipment somewhat complex to use without instructions. Only hotel we have ever stayed in without any literature or brochure giving information about the area or the hotel. It is all online, we were told, but not surprisingly in this area "signals" are a rare event. One definite defect the lack of visible signage when approaching the entrance from the east. There is a green sign, but it blends into the hedges and is too small.