Featured hotels in Lake District

  • £39

    Average price per night

    The Furness Railway Wetherspoon, Barrow in Furness
    9.3 Superb 1,329 reviews
    Description The Furness Railway Wetherspoon is located in Barrow in Furness, 3.1 km from Furness Abbey. Built in 19th century, the property is within 7 km of Lake Cruises.
    Review

    "Lovely place to stay, Rooms very clean, Staff very Friendly"

    yvonne. Ireland
  • £72

    Average price per night

    Wateredge Inn, Ambleside
    9.3 Superb 1,235 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "Quaint lodging literally on the water's edge."

    Jack. USA
  • £142.20

    Average price per night

    The Daffodil Hotel & Spa, Grasmere
    9.0 Superb 2,288 reviews
    Description The Daffodil Hotel and Spa offers contemporary luxury on the shores of Grasmere water, located in the heart of The Lake District and just a short walk into Grasmere village.
    Review

    "the spa pool was fantastic, the room service was great, the grounds outside were beautiful"

    Marlene. USA
  • £99.33

    Average price per night

    Burnside Hotel & Spa, Bowness-on-Windermere
    9.0 Superb 2,259 reviews
    Description Set in beautiful grounds near Lake Windermere in the village of Bowness, Burnside Hotel & Spa has an on-site spa with a poolside seating and bar, two hot tubs, a sauna, a steam room and a plunge pool....
    Review

    "room was comfort, clean,good breakfast, good location,good facility"

    Johanes. Singapore
  • £104

    Average price per night

    Regent Hotel By The Lake, Ambleside
    9.3 Superb 1,351 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "The Regent Hotel is very well appointed with easy access, car parking & easy walk to the village, lake & parks"

    Grant. Australia
  • £69

    Average price per night

    Haweswater Hotel, Bampton
    9.2 Superb 1,924 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "Staff were amazing, when we mentioned we were vegan it "was no problem at all, don't be silly". We were made to feel at home straight away. The location is breathtaking, and the room was so cozy we never wanted to leave. Thank you so much."

    Jeremy. Australia
  • £65

    Average price per night

    Hideaway at Thornleigh Hotel, Grange Over Sands
    9.1 Superb 136 reviews
    Description Hideaway at Thornleigh Hotel in Grange Over Sands features a garden and a shared lounge. Both free WiFi and private parking are accessible on site.
    Review

    "Room. Seaview. Facilities around"

    OTEH. Malaysia
  • £71.50

    Average price per night

    Lyth Valley Country Inn, Kendal
    9.6 Exceptional 103 reviews
    Description Situated in Kendal, 7 km from Castle Howe, Lyth Valley Country Inn has a terrace, a bar and rooms with free WiFi access.
    Review

    "Great location, great meal and great room"

    David Thomas. United Kingdom
  • £144

    Average price per night

    The Swan Hotel and Spa, Newby Bridge
    9.1 Superb 717 reviews
    Description Located within the scenic Lake District National Park, 12 km from Laurel & Hardy Museum, The Swan Hotel and Spa features a children's playground and views of the river.
    Review

    "Every Thing was Great, It's the perfect place to stay in"

    ADEL. Kuwait
  • £100

    Average price per night

    The White Mare Hotel & Restaurant, Beckermet
    9.1 Superb 151 reviews
    Description Situated in Beckermet, The White Mare Hotel & Restaurant features a garden. Among the various facilities are a terrace and a bar. Both free WiFi and private parking are available at this property.
    Review

    "Large bedrooms with excellent on-suite. Very comfortable nights' sleep. Great hospitality and food. Beaches easy drive away."

    Sarah. United Kingdom

Lake District highlights

Abbot Hall Art Gallery
In the town of Kendal, this 18th-century villa houses a collection of contemporary and historic art.
Wordsworth House
This 18th-century Georgian townhouse was the childhood home of the famous poet William Wordsworth.
Beatrix Potter House - Hill Top
Local children's author Beatrix Potter lived in this 17th-century farmhouse, and took inspiration for her stories from the surrounding countryside.
Go Ape Whinlatter Forest Park
Experience thrilling outdoor activities such as forest segway rides and tree-top walks.
Windermere Lake Cruises
Those wanting to enjoy lakeland views from a different angle should try a steamboat cruise across England's largest lake.
Scafell Pike
With far-reaching views out over the Irish Sea, Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England.
The Lakes Aquarium
On the shores of Windermere, the aquarium has live displays and a variety of freshwater and salt water aquatic species.
Ravenglass & Eskdale Steam Railway
This authentic steam locomotive makes a 7-mile journey along the Cumbrian coastline.
Honister Slate Mine
Perched at the highest point of the dramatic Honister mountain pass, this is England's last working slate mine.

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.