Tucked away amidst hundreds of acres of peaceful, secluded parkland, Cumberland Lodge is a wonderful place to relax and unwind at the best of times, and right now, it is an ideal spot to safely get away from it all.
Person using hand sanitiser

We have been working hard to ensure that we are 'COVID Secure' and ready for guests to return. Throughout our closure period, since late March 2020, we have taken the opportunity to deep-clean across the building.

Our Housekeeping team has focused on the regular cleaning of hard surfaces, contact points and high-traffic areas, and we have paid particular attention to our carpets, in both public areas and guest bedrooms.

Meanwhile, our in-house Maintenance team has not only ensured the upkeep and routine health and safety management of the premises but has also redecorated and refurbished many of our bedrooms and bathrooms, to bring all rooms up to a common high standard. High-use back-of-house areas that we rarely have time to decorate when busy, have been improved, and external doors and window frames repainted. 

In short, Cumberland Lodge is all set to re-open, refreshed and reinvigorated.

The same warm welcome awaits, from our small team of experienced staff, with our usual excellent standards of hospitality and hygiene now enhanced by a raft of practical measures designed to maximise safety and peace of mind for everyone.

Ready for reopening safely

We have a comprehensive plan in place to help keep staff and visitors safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can download a copy from this webpage, and further details about our new procedures and preventative measures taken are also available on request.

Please contact our General Manager, Merrill Ryan, at or ask our Events & Meetings team if you would like to find out more.

We look forward to welcoming you to Cumberland Lodge, as a day visitor or overnight guest, and helping to make sure you enjoy a wonderful stay.


We're Good to Go

We are pleased to be accredited by the 'We’re Good To Go' industry standard from VisitBritain, which is setting the standard for the COVID-19 response in the UK tourism industry.