Relax and indulge yourself in one of our six main house bedrooms

You can literally walk through time as you wander around the main house at Hipping from the 15th century dining room with its oak ships timber beams, original floor and chalk and gritstone paint, adjoined by the Orangery with its metallic wallcovering and sophisticated Chesterfield sofa and Hippings ancient well embedded in the stone flagged floor. To a more recent 17th century addition; home to our elegant guest lounge, our guest bar with its luxurious red leather club chairs, as well as seven sumptuously appointed bedrooms, including the Tatham Suite, a vast secret hideaway at the top of the house.


Refurbished for 2017

Refurbished for 2017

Local interior designer James Mackie has once more worked his magic… curtains, cushions and throws have been lovingly crafted using three bespoke Pendle Tweeds created by Benjamin Thornber & Sons, Clitheroe. The headboards have been made by Woodhutch of Burrow. The curtain poles and ironmongery hand crafted by Albion Ironworks of Lancaster, reflecting Hipping’s origins as a smithy all those years ago.

The walls have been decorated with paint pigments exclusively created for us by local artists’ Pip Seymour and Rebecca Wallace; making use of minerals from the surrounding area, including Gritstone from Ingleton, Rudstone from the Lune Valley and Backbarrow Blue from the south of Windermere, with a little hint of sparkle added, in the form of recycled wine bottles from our cellars.