Set in a traditional stone house with a Lake Windermere outlook, this refined, family-run hotel is a 12-minute walk from the villages of Bowness and Windermere, and within 0.9 miles of the A591 and National Rail trains. Elegant, individually decorated rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, while suites have separate living rooms, iPod docks and DVD players. Some have private balconies, and bathrooms with TVs. Room service is available. Free full breakfast includes vegetarian options. High-end British cuisine and Sunday lunches are served in a fine-dining setting.
Set among secluded gardens with views to Lake Windermere, this posh hotel dating to the early 1900s is 1.2 miles from The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction in Bowness village. Airy rooms with period decor feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, WiFi access and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some rooms feature sitting areas, while upgraded rooms with expansive lake views have iPod docks and fresh fruit. Free buffet or cooked breakfast is offered. A quaint restaurant serves modern British cuisine and traditional afternoon tea. There are ornate lounges and a garden terrace, plus croquet sets.
Nestled among quaint English gardens and overlooking Lake Windermere, this high-end hotel is housed in a traditional 1870s mansion once owned by children’s author Beatrix Potter. Ranging from simple rooms with tartan fabrics to airy suites with contemporary decor, all units are stair-access only and feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have lake or garden views. Suites add separate sitting areas and/or fireplaces. Room service is available. Breakfast and parking are free. There’s also an acclaimed restaurant and a bar. Other amenities include gardens, lounges, an indoor pool and massage services.
Overlooking Lake Windermere, this elegant country house hotel is 1.1 miles from Bowness-on-Windermere town centre and 1.4 miles from Windermere Golf Club. Country-chic rooms come with flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded rooms add lake views and/or private balconies; some also have whirlpool tubs. Free breakfast is served in a refined modern British restaurant with a terrace; afternoon tea and evening meals are also available. Other amenities include gardens and event facilities.
This cosy boutique hotel with a dancing fountain is 1 mile from the Arts & Crafts-style Blackwell house and 3 miles from Hill Top, the former home of Beatrix Potter. Chic rooms with ornate furnishings offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and some have outdoor hot tubs. Upgraded rooms and suites add fireplaces, living areas and circular or 4-poster beds, plus private patios and/or steam rooms. Room service is available. Parking and full breakfast are free, and a swanky restaurant serves classic British fare with local ingredients. There’s a glass-enclosed pool with a fountain, a steam room and a sauna, plus a full-service spa.
Set on a country estate with 14-acres of gardens, this upscale hotel offers views of Lake Windermere and is a mile from Bowness village and the Windermere Golf Club. The sophisticated rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and designer toiletries. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, and suites include separate living rooms. Some rooms have private verandas, hot tubs and lake views, and a loft-style suite features a kitchen, dining area and a telescope. In-room spa treatments are also available (for a surcharge). Modern British cuisine is served in an elegant restaurant. Guests have access to a nearby spa and fitness facility.
Set among landscaped gardens in a 1901 Georgian-style country house with an annexe, this upscale hotel is 2.6 miles from the World of Beatrix Potter and 9.1 miles from Abbot Hall Art Gallery. The warm, sophisticated rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some add garden access, fireplaces and/or patios with private hot tubs. Airy suites offer additional sitting areas, plus whirlpool tubs in most. WiFi is free. A full English breakfast and 4-course dinner in the fine-dining restaurant are included, along with passes to a nearby spa. There’s also a bar, a llama field and a croquet court.
In a circa-1900 stone-built property on Windermere lake, this rural hotel is 1.8 miles from the notable Arts and Crafts house Blackwell and 3.5 miles from Windermere Golf Club. The refined, traditional-style lodgings all include en suite bathrooms, and have TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add antique oak beds, sofas and lake views, as well as outdoor hot tubs and/or garden/decked areas. Fishing passes are free, as well as Wi-Fi in the bar area, and private parking. There’s an upscale restaurant serving traditional British cuisine, a bar and a seasonal, waterside snack bar. There’s also an indoor pool, a spa and 2 jetties.
Set on sprawling, picturesque grounds with a private jetty on the Lake Windermere waterfront, this traditional hotel occupies a grand Georgian mansion. It’s within 3.6 miles’ drive from the A591 and National Rail trains at Windermere. The ornate, period-style rooms feature antique furnishings, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen smart TVs. Upgraded rooms add armoires, chaise lounges or sofas, and desks or vanity tables. Private log cabins have kitchens. Modern British cuisine is served in a formal restaurant, plus there’s an ornate lounge bar. Afternoon tea or picnic baskets can be taken on a lawn overlooking the lake (fees apply).
A 7-minute walk from Windermere, this upscale hotel is also 10 minutes’ walk from The World of Beatrix Potter. The elegant rooms have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add separate living areas; some have whirlpool tubs and balconies. Breakfast and parking are included in the rate. Other Amenities include a British restaurant, a bar and a cosy lounge. There’s also a spa with an indoor pool, a sauna, a steam room and a plunge pool, as well as 2 hot tubs.
Tucked inside a 19th-century stone mansion overlooking Lake Windermere, this sophisticated hotel is a 5-minute walk from The World of Beatrix Potter. The 26 refined rooms (available on a B&B or half-board basis) feature flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some also have lake views. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas. Room service is available. Featuring a grand piano, cosy lounges and views of the countryside, the white-tablecloth bar/restaurant serves free breakfast daily, along with traditional British cuisine, and a carvery lunch on Sundays. Off-street parking is available.
Set in a row of 17th-century fishermen’s cottages on the banks of Lake Windermere, this relaxed pub with rooms is 11 minutes’ walk from the town centre and 4 miles from Wray Castle. Quaint rooms feature sitting areas, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Most have lake views. Upgraded rooms add private entrances and furnished patios. Cooked breakfast and bike storage are complimentary. The casual pub offers a bright restaurant, and a bar with a lakeside beer garden.
Overlooking Lake Windermere, this genteel, stylish hotel is 0.8 miles from the centre of Ambleside, 4.9 miles from Grasmere and 10.4 miles from Grizedale Forest Park. Chic, contemporary rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some have outdoor seating areas overlooking the garden, and 1 suite has a terrace with views over the lake. The full English breakfast features locally sourced ingredients. There’s a fine-dining restaurant focused on seasonal produce and a bar serving classic dishes. Room service is also available.
Stonecross Manor Hotel is situated on the outskirts of the Lake District in the market town of Kendal. The M6 and West Coast main line provide easy access to the Hotel. Kendal is approximately 10 minutes drive from the M6 and the train journey from London to Kendal is usually less than three hours. The town is fast becoming the festival town of the north with nationally renowned festivals, including: MintFest, Mountain Film Festival and Comic Art Festival. For outdoor enthusiasts, this Lake District Hotel is an ideal base from which to visit England’s best known National Parks, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. Privately owned and benefiting from a small team of warm and friendly staff, Stonecross Manor Hotel is steeped in history having been built in the 1850s as an orphanage for young girls. Whether travelling for business or leisure, a short break or long holiday we have something for you. Our newly refurbished heated indoor swimming pool has powerful massage jets, steam room and a spa; the perfect place to come and relax. As well as a great place to stay we offer outstanding food. An eclectic mix of modern and traditional cuisine, healthy salad selections, full vegetarian menu, snacks, afternoon […]
Milnthorpe Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 5HP
The Riverside Hotel, a converted 18th century tannery set on five floors, is situated on the banks of the River Kent in Kendal beneath the ruins of the town’s 12th century castle. A short walk away is the centre of this famous market town with its bustling shops, galleries and museums. It’s also close to the train and bus station, is only a 20 minute drive from Lake Windermere and convenient for all the must-see attractions. WHY CHOOSE US? 58 en-suite bedrooms, including two junior suites River View Restaurant The Tannery Bar & Bistro Sanctuary Health Club with pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room and gym Two well-equipped meeting rooms Undercover, free car parking for 40 cars, further spaces five minutes away Dogs welcome in most bedrooms, including in the bar Free wireless internet access Near to train and bus stations Stair-lift to access bedrooms and a room with a roll in shower, it’s easy to access the pool.
Stramongate Bridge, Beezon Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 6FS
Every good hotel believes they have the special formula for the perfect stay, but our guests tell us that we deliver it. Maybe it’s our location in the charming ‘auld grey town’ of Kendal, the range of complimentary facilities and tempting extras on offer, or our dedication to exceptional customer service. Our team aren’t satisfied with good – they think you deserve the best. Whether it’s choosing the best room for you, recommending a delicious meal, or helping you with your bags, time and time again our guests comment on the friendly team who go that extra step to make every customer visit the very best it can be. Whatever your requirements, we think we’ve balanced the personality and passion you’d expect from an independent business with the advantages of a larger, established hotel group to ensure your stay is perfectly tailored to you. Come stay with us and we hope you’ll agree – it is a memorable experience.
Castle Green Lane, Kendal LA9 6RG
Guests at Elder Grove often comment on the” friendly home from home, relaxing atmosphere where we try to give a little more than a traditional B & B . The house itself is a distinct, detached Lakeland building, built in the late 1800’s and still retaining many original features but with all the convenience of today’s contemporary living.
Lake Road Ambleside Cumbria LA22 0DB