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The Furness Railway Wetherspoon

Hotel in Barrow in Furness

Set in Barrow in Furness, 3.6 km from Furness Abbey, The Furness Railway Wetherspoon offers air-conditioned accommodation and a bar. Fantastic! Rooms very spacious, clean and updated in decor- very nice indeed 👍 Had everything we needed... so nope can’t fault a thing. Staff were very helpful and approachable. Brilliant location also 👍 Thank You weatherspoons.

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9.1
Superb
2,166 reviews
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£46.80
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Wateredge Inn 4 stars

Hotel in Ambleside

Wateredge Inn stands on the shores of Lake Windermere, a short walk from Ambleside centre. Set across two former 17th century fishermen's cottages, it offers cosy bedrooms and period features. Everything was perfect 👍🏼

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Superb
1,375 reviews
Price from
£109
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Abbey House Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Barrow in Furness

Set in 14 acres of landscaped grounds next to Furness Abbey, Abbey House Hotel offers luxurious rooms with historic features. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and free on-site parking. Everything, charming place, great food. Thanks

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9.2
Superb
1,691 reviews
Price from
£106.40
per night

Regent Hotel By The Lake 3 stars

Hotel in Ambleside

This family-run hotel overlooks Lake Windermere and has free parking, free Wi-Fi and fine food. The shops of Ambleside are a 10-minute stroll away. Staff and room and food all excellent.Location spot on to explore the Lakes.

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Superb
2,040 reviews
Price from
£139
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Haweswater Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Bampton

In the heart of the Lake District national park, Haweswater Hotel has a bar and a lake view terrace. Brasserie 37 overlooks the lake and offers a menu of local, seasonal produce. Location was secluded, beautiful, quiet, and well-tended. Beds were amazingly comfortable, staff were so kind and attentive, and Alicia was wonderful as our server for dinner. We could not have asked for a better first night in England after a long first days' travel from Atlanta, Georgia. We only wished we could stay another night or more. And we loved the pet-friendly atmosphere and really appreciated your support of the local environmental organizations - we gave many donations for several bird pins in the rescue organization's box at the entrance and our daughter loved selecting which ones she wanted. I donated for one for my 78-year-old mother at home and she was so delighted to hear about your hotel and how we came to find this pin for her. We hope to return soon.

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9
Superb
1,914 reviews
Price from
£99
per night

Royal Oak at Keswick 4 stars

Hotel in Keswick

The 18th-century Royal Oak at Keswick is located in the market town of Keswick, just 2 miles from Derwentwater. The place, the good, the cheery attitude.

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9.1
Superb
1,289 reviews
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£104
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Ravenstone Manor 4 stars

Hotel in Keswick

A 5-minute drive from Bassenthwaite Lake, Ravenstone Manor is an 19th-century manor house set in 3 hectares of ground. The property is at the foot of Skiddaw, overlooking Bassenthwaite Lake. Really comfy, nice place. Great food

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9.2
Superb
1,363 reviews
Price from
£79
per night

The Pheasant Inn

Hotel in Grange Over Sands

Situated in Grange Over Sands, in a building dating from 18th century, The Pheasant Inn features a bar and guestrooms with free WiFi. Our room was large and really comfortable. It has everything we could possibly need. The finishing touches such as home made brownies and shortbreads were just perfect. The staff made us feel very welcome and could not have been nicer. Would highly recommend staying here if you get the opportunity.

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9.5
Exceptional
150 reviews
Price from
£90
per night

The Stork hotel

Hotel in Arlecdon

Situated in Rowrah, The Stork hotel has a restaurant, bar, shared lounge, and free WiFi. At the hotel, the rooms include a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Very friendly hosts, great food, well kept hand pulled beer, nice and clean room, and a great location for the fells and the coast.

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9.2
Superb
114 reviews
Price from
£40
per night

Buttermere Court Hotel

Hotel in Buttermere

Located in Buttermere, 2 km from Buttermere, Buttermere Court Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. breakfast was awesome plus extra doggy bag for lunch. setting is beautiful . staff friendly and helpful. room comfy and clean.

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9
Superb
464 reviews
Price from
£123.05
per night

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Poetic Artistry at its Best

The inspiration behind many a poet, the serene Lake District has majestic peaks and glorious lakes that form the UK’s largest and most visited national park.

A particular favourite of Wordsworth, Windermere is England’s longest lake and her waters are still plied by historic boats. With a range of luxury Lake District hotels and a Beatrix Potter Museum, the town is connected by cable-operated car ferry to a spot close to Near Sawrey where Miss Potter once lived. Near the lake’s northern tip is popular Ambleside, home of the Stock Ghyll Force waterfall.

A road goes north from here past picturesque Grasmere and Thirlmere lake to Keswick. Set by Derwent Water, this pretty town is overlooked by Skiddaw, while Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain – is to its south-west. Bassenthwaite lake is north-west, and Glenridding to the east is on the shores of the popular sailing spot of Ullswater, watched over by Helvellyn.

In the Southern Lakes, Coniston is a small village by a lake offering watersports. South-west is the port town of Barrow-in-Furness, and also by the sea is Grange-over-Sands with its long promenade. Kendal is known for its tasty mint cake and has a museum of Lakeland life, as well as a good range of Lake District hotels with pools on Booking.com.

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