Brantwood is open all year round.
WE ARE NOW OPEN EVERY DAY
20th March 2017 – end November 2017
Open daily 10.30am until 5.00pm
End November 2017 – mid March 2018
Open Wednesday to Sunday 10.30am until 4.00pm
For further information, please contact 015394 41396
BRANTWOOD CAFE – LIMITED SERVICE UNTIL EASTER
Opening times as above. Tearoom in the Severn gallery (up the steps to the right of the main house)
Please note the Cafe building will is closed for refurbishment until the Spring. A limited service will be available in the Severn gallery. Please check this website for further details.
For further information, please contact us on 015394 41396
Directions To Brantwood
By Car – Exit the M6 at Junction 36. Join the A590 in the direction of Kendal. Exit at the Brettargh Holt junction. At the roundabout take the 1st exit signposted for Barrow-in-Furness. Continue to follow the signs for Barrow-in-Furness. At the Meathop roundabout take the second junction exit towards Barrow-in-Furness. At the next roundabout (junction with A592) take the first exit continuing on the A590. Turn right onto the A5902 signposted for Workington, Whitehaven. Turn right onto the A5084 signposted for Coniston. Turn right onto the A593 inTorver. Follow the signs for Brantwood from the village of Coniston.
By Bus – Take the 505 from Windermere or Ambleside to Coniston and catch either the Coniston Launch or SY Gondola to Brantwood.
By Boat – Both the Coniston Launch and SY Gondola call regularly at Brantwood’s jetty.
By Train – The nearest train stations are Windermere (trains to Oxenholme on the West Coast Main Line) and Ulverston.
By Bicycle or by Foot – Brantwood and it’s facilities make an ideal visiting point for cyclists and walkers.
House & Garden:
Child: Free (aged 5 – 16)
Infant/Junior School Groups: £1.20 ; Secondary School Groups: £5.25 (Free for adult helpers and teachers)
Brantwood has a number of services and facilities available for disabled visitors throughout both the house and some of the gardens.
To find out more about the about access throughout the house and gardens visit the Disabled Access page for full details.