Morland House has one family suite and four other guest bedrooms, two of which can also make a family suite. Please look at the room descriptions to get the full picture.
All the rooms have Freeview television and facilities for making tea and coffee. They also have comfortable chairs which can be sat in to watch television, read or otherwise relax. Hairdryers, torches, hot-water bottles and slippers are also provided for use during your stay. Bathrobes are supplied in those rooms which do not have en suite bathrooms.
Good quality cotton bedlinen is provided for adult guests, and colourful poly-cotton for children of 12 years and under. We can provide a cot for babies and a half-sided small bed for small children.
We can set up a television with a DVD facility if requested beforehand.
The Oak Room
The Oak Room is a large room with a king-size bed (155cm wide x 200cm long), and a bay window facing south over a quiet part of the garden. Usefully, it has a handwash basin in the room. The private bathroom next door, with a bath with shower over, has its own airing cupboard with an immersion heater which supplies independent hot water. The Oak and Garden rooms are on their own small landing, three steps up from the main front landing, and thick curtains separate it from the rest of the house. We do not let out the two rooms together, unless to a family or friends who are willing to share the bathroom.
The Garden Room
Across the little landing from the Oak Room is the Garden Room, which is a twin room. If the other twin rooms (the Chinese Room and Crossfell Room) are unavailable then it may be possible to take the Garden Room as a twin room on its own, using the Oak Bathroom privately.
The Oak and Garden Rooms as a Family Suite
The three rooms together can make a convenient family suite. It is also possible to put up a cot in either bedroom. The whole suite is on its own small landing, three steps up from the main front landing, and thick curtains separate it from the rest of the house.
The Chinese Room
The Chinese Room has twin beds, and a lobby area with comfortable seating. Its en suite bathroom, with a bath with shower over, has its own airing cupboard with immersion heater which supplies independent hot water. It is possible to put up an extra bed, or a bed and a cot, in the lobby area of the bedroom, to make a family room. The twin beds can also be fastened together to make a super-king bed, but we usually only offer this option if the other double rooms are already taken.
The Gold Room
The Gold Room, located in the oldest part of the house, has a long double bed (137cm x 205cm, and no footboard) and an en suite bathroom (down 2 steps) with a large bath (though no shower). It overlooks the lawns at the front of the house, and has a splendid view of Crossfell and the Pennines in the distance. If a shower is required then guests may be able to use the Shower Room just along the corridor (see below). Please request it when booking.
The Shower Room
We have installed a beautiful, large, invigorating walk-in shower in the Shower Room, which is just down the corridor from the guest bedrooms. This can be made available for the Gold Room, which does not have a shower in its bathroom. Please request it when booking.
The Crossfell Suite
Our Crossfell Suite includes a large bedroom (The Crossfell Bedroom) containing twin beds, which can be turned into a super-king double if required. The main bedroom is normally entered through a smaller room (the Red Squirrel Bedroom), which contains a single bed, to make a family suite. It is possible to put up a cot in either room, if required. The bathroom is en suite to the Crossfell bedroom. It has a bath with shower over and has an independent hot water supply.
The Red Squirrel Bedroom
This smaller single room is part of the Crossfell Suite.