A hidden gem right in the heart of the Lake District, nestled on the edge of Lake Windermere, Fallbarrow Hall, a magnificent Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion, is an iconic venue to host large family get togethers, group holidays, special occasions, and surprise celebrations. High ceilings and stunning features offer a glimpse to its Victorian heritage. Following a stylish renovation, the impressive Fallbarrow Hall features the latest in interior design and contemporary fashion.
History of Fallbarrow Hall
Fallbarrow Hall was built by Mr John Rawson. He built it for his brother, Rev. Arthur Rawson and Arthurs family. Rev A. Rawson – Reverend Arthur was the third son of the late William Henry Rawson, Esq., J.P of Haugh End, near Halifax.