Old Daltongate House is a Grade 2 listed townhouse built in 1654 by a prominent local Quaker family from nearby Swarthmoor Hall.
It is now a luxury bed and breakfast establishment.
Ulverston is a historic market town a mere 15 minutes from the delights of the Lake District and nestles on the shores of Morecambe Bay.
The town has many festivals including the Flag Festival, Walking Festival, Dickensian and Charter Festival which includes the famous Lantern Procession.
From Ulverston you can visit the Peninsula's prime tourist attractions including the much acclaimed South Lakes Wildlife Park plus the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway and of course Ulverston is the childhood home of Stan Laurel and you can visit the museum and new statue, both of which are a short stroll away from the house.
For walkers Ulverston is the commencement of the Cumbria Way and we will prepare packed lunches for those who wish to take them.
We have 4 well appointed bedrooms with flatscreen tv and wi-fi access plus a guest lounge and dining room which is available to guests in the evening.
You can be assured of a warm welcome at Old Daltongate House.
Bed and Breakfast
Official Rating: N/A
Located centrally in Ulverston Open: All Year.
All prices include breakfast unless otherwise stated and are Per Person/Per Night.
1 Four Poster
Walkers welcomeCyclists welcomeChildren welcomeGuest loungeTelevisions in all roomsParking