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Cumbria Community Foundation

Sunday was a great day at the Burn How celebrating 20 years of the Cumbria Community Foundation.

They have made significant contributions to the lives of some of the county’s most disadvantaged people, awarding more than £41 million in grants since 1999.

To find out more about the fantastic work they do, head over to their website  www.cumbriafoundation.org


Room 21 – New and Improved!

Room 21 has been out of action for refurbishment.

We can finally show you the new and improved version.

We are sure you will agree the room looks amazing!


The room still retains it’s charming original features, like high ceilings and beautiful windows. We have just given it a new lease of life with a change of décor, furniture and accessories.

We look forward to welcoming the first guests into our all new room 21.

If you like what you see then why not give us a call to discuss your stay with us – 015394 46226


Shrove Tuesday 5th March 2019

“Pancake day -how do you like yours?

Our Head Chef Jane has put a delicious and healthy twist on tradition, with an Avocado, Blueberry & Yoghurt Pancake (it’s delicious!)

And here’s a sweet treat for you:
Let us know your very own favourite -as sweet, savoury or quirky as you like- for a chance to win dinner for two in our Garden Restaurant”

Send your delicious recipe by e-mail to  info@burnhow.co.uk  between 1st and 6th March 2019




What has happened to the weather?

Don’t let the change in weather dampen your mood.

The sun is always shining at the Burn How.

Contact us now to plan your stay.


Happy Valentines Day to All our Guests

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue,

Come Back to see us, as we’re Missing you



National Birds Nest Box Week from 14th February

We will be checking our nest boxes in the garden and adding another to help the garden birds.

Try to help the birds by finding a space for one of you own


We have woken to a winter wonderland

Super day to take a walk  the scenery is stunning with the trees and hedges draped in white, our guests have enjoyed taking breakfast overlooking the garden and watching the birds enjoy their breakfast at the same time


Help us count the garden birds

During your stay with us between 26th and 28th January, help us count the types of birds that come to feed in our garden.



Hotel Closing Dates

The hotel will be closed from Sunday 6th January and re-open Friday 25th January.
You can still contact us by telephone or e-mail for any enquiries


Indian Ceremony in Bowness on Windermere

Bowness on Windermere will play host to hundreds of followers of the Hindu faith Shree Swaminarayan Gadi today the 16th August2018.
Dhol drummers and Asian pipe bands will pave the way for followers of the Hindu faith Shree Swaminarayan Gadi.
The group will lead a procession up to the Glebe in Bowness to commemorate the life of a religious figurehead who brought his message of peace from India to the Lake District 30 years ago.
Gurudev Adya Acharyapravar Jeevanpran Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa was the founder of Maninagar Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan, the worldwide centre for spiritual, cultural and social welfare.

He toured Windermere on a cruiser boat and held an assembly on the Glebe with hundreds of followers on August 30 1979, but died later that evening.
His spiritual heir His Divine Holiness Acharya Swamishree Purushottampriyadasji Maharaj plans to come back to the Glebe to re-enact Swamibapa’s last day. The site has become one of upmost importance for the Shree Swaminarayan Gadi faith, with Windermere’s waters considered to be as purifying as the water from holy rivers in India.
Worshipper Mahesh Roshani, of London, has made the trip back to the spot every year since the group first gathered on the Glebe.
“I’ve never missed this event – I was only nine the first time but I still vividly remember being on the hill with everyone,” said Mr Roshani. “Because this was the last place people saw Swamibapa we regard this as a sacred place – it’s holy for us, not just a tourist spot.”
A tree planting ceremony, colourful Indian procession and free homecooked Indian vegetarian picnic will take place on the Glebe on Monday August 16.


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