Hotels in Cumbria

Cumbria is also known as The Lake District and has many beautiful lakes and lots of stunning scenery. Scafell Pike is in Cumbria and this is the highest mountain in England. Some of the best known writers and characters come from this area, in particular Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter and Arthur Ransome. The Lake District National Park in unmissable. Towns in Cumbria include Broughton-in-Furness, Maryport, Whitehaven and Sedbergh.

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Dalston Hall, Dalston, Carlisle, Cumbria

PR2S £From 125
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Dalston Hall offers superb hotel accommodation located close to the village of Dalston just fifteen minutes from Carlisle in Cumbria. The hotel is set close to the stunning Lake District providing opportunities for walking and cycling. All of the guest bedrooms at the hotel have their own unique character and all are furnished to a high standard. All of the guest rooms offer the following: Tea & coffee making facilities. LCD TV. Wi-Fi. En suite facilities. Bathrobes. Bvlgari toiletries. Dalston Hall enjoys an enviable reputation amongst the dining cognoscenti, not just for its peerless food but for the welcoming atmosphere and discreet yet friendly service. The tables in the restaurant are laid with crisp linen and the finest crystal and silverware helping to create a relaxing contemporary atmosphere. Whether you are looking for that special location for your Carlisle wedding, Carlisle conference or just for a break away Dalston Hall Hotel is the perfect choice. The Grade II listed hotel sits in acres of beautiful woodland and stunning gardens providing many stunning walks and great places to enjoy a picnic. Guests can also reach The Lake District in less than an hour where there are opportunities for horse riding, rowing, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and fishing. Guests can also enjoy Treetop Trek located in The Lake District where there are thirty five exciting treetop challenges including rope bridges, wobbly logs, a zip wire and towers. Treetop Nets is also a great activity where there are trampoline nets located more than one thousand five hundred metres from the floor. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From 125 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. Dinner available. 4 Star Visit Britain.

Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, Bowness on Windermere, Lake District, Cumbria

PR2S £From 170
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas Swimming PoolHas WiFi/Internet
Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel is located just outside the lakeside village of Bowness-on-Windermere, Lindeth Howe overlooks Lake Windermere, the largest lake in the country and the Cumbrian fells beyond. This unique 4 star country house hotel was once owned by the best-loved children's author Beatrix Potter, and boasts 34 beautiful bedrooms, cosy lounges and a fantastic 2 AA Rosette Dining Room which is also open to non residents. Guests are also invited to relax by our indoor pool, sauna, fitness room and indulge in various body treatments and massages. From romantic lake view double deluxes to flexible family suites, we have en-suite bedrooms to suit everyone and for any occasion. With 34 beautifully appointed bedrooms, each room is your own luxurious little haven. All rooms are ensuite and have a bath, shower, tea and coffee making facilities, free of charge WiFi Internet connection, hair dryer and a digital flat screen TV with radio. Many of the rooms have either spectacular views over Lake Windermere, our Garden or the Woodland and beyond. For that extra bit of luxury, our Deluxe rooms offer everything listed above as well as a dvd player, a safe for valuables, chilled water and extra toiletries. We are proud to cater for all needs, we have two rooms which provide easy access on the ground floor with wheelchair facilities and a range of family rooms, perfect for families with young children. We invite you to enjoy our fabulous dining experience, whether you are a guest staying at the hotel or non resident; although we advise reservations are made in advance to avoid disappointment. The dress code for our restaurant is Smart, please be aware we request all gentlemen wear shirts and trousers, no jeans or trainers are permitted in the restaurant. After a days sightseeing or walking we have the perfect place for you to relax. Our indoor heated pool with sauna and fitness room is the ideal place to unwind and is also open throughout the day. For added luxury we have a beauty and holistic therapy room offering various massages and body treatments. The Lake District is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the United Kingdom, with high peaks and dazzling lakes, there is so much to see and do. Lindeth Howe sits in the heart of the National Park overlooking the largest lake in the country, Lake Windermere. Guests can sit on the sun terrace and enjoy afternoon tea or a glass of wine and relish in what the Lake Country has to offer. Bowness-on-Windermere, often referred to as the heart of the Lake District, is only a short walk away. Here you can enjoy the many attractions and shops or take a cruise across Lake Windermere to other popular areas such as Hawkeshead, Ambleside and Lakeside. Rates: From 170 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. Dinner available. 4 Star Visit Britain Gold Award.

The Cross Keys, Milnthorpe, Cumbria

PR2S £From 65
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
The Cross Keys at Milnthorpe in Cumbria is surrounded by a wealth of history, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as Leighton Moss, and a wide range of visitor attractions. The eight superbly appointed hotel bedrooms are all en suite and some have sitting areas. The public rooms are equally lavishly decorated with the limed oak panelled bar one of the most attractive around. Overnight guests at the hotel can start the day with a proper English breakfast and all the trimmings - or partake in a lighter Continental-style alternative before setting out to enjoy the beauties of the surrounding countryside. From the grandeur of the Lake District mountains, to the calm serenity of the Lune Valley, or the quaintly charming and award winning, Cartmel Peninsula across the sweeping sands of Morecambe Bay - all is ready to savour. Within walking of the hotel distance there is Milnthorpe's new Millenium Square, the estate of Dallam Towers, the Kent estuary with its wealth of wildlife, to name but a few attractions. At the Cross Keys the resident chef, keeps an eye on the kitchens. An interesting traditional bar menu with such tasty old fashioned favourites as their own steak and ale pie, minted lamb henrie, currys, snacks, salads, roast gammon and quality, locally reared, English beef. Most of the meat on the menu is from local butchers in Silverdale and Arnside. Of course vegetarians are not forgotten - there is always a varied selection available plus a tasty menu of light bites, salads and starters. Puddings are a Cross Keys speciality with the sort Grandma used to make including treacle sponge and custard and the local favourite - sticky toffee. Rates: From 65 Per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Dinner available. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/Internet access. 4 Star AA.
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