If you’re planning your next holiday, you may want to experience the quiet peacefulness of England’s Lake District. The exquisite dining experience near a warm fireplace is only one of the pleasures of the many Lake District hotels. You will discover the vast openness of this breathtaking area. The aura of emptiness is one of the beauties of the area. Gorgeous hills dropping into lush green valleys are a lovely way to de-stress the mind and body.
The Borrowdale Gates Hotel is a charming hotel tucked close to the hills of the district located just a step from Dentworth Water. Take quiet strolls and return to the Borrow Gate Hotel, a place so inviting it makes you feel as if you are returning home. Enjoy superb living and fantastic meals with food prepared in this lovely environment. Many of the homes in the vicinity were built during the 1870’s and are of great interest to visitors with an interest in history.
Rothway Garden Hotel located at Broadgate, Grasmere Cumbria, is a beautiful luxury accommodation located at the door of Windermere Village. Sawrey House is near Sawrey Cumbria, located in the district. The hotel is luxuriously quaint. Sitting on one of its gorgeous picturesque patios with a stunning view of Grizdale Forest and the Esthwaite Water is a treasure worth the stay. Afternoon tea is a pleasure worth seeking. The Cedar Manor Hotel Windermere is a grand hotel built in 1884; this lovely place is within walking steps of Windermere Village.
There are many Lake District hotels in the area, with seasoned English architecture, excellence in service and hospitality structured into every pebble. Broad Oaks, Eden Lodge, Derwentwater Hotel, Holbeck Ghyll Hotel, Rathay Hotel, and Hotel Grasmere are just some of the Lake District hotels you might want to check out.
There are many more. If your plans are for a meeting, a holiday, or a quiet place to rest the hotels of the Lake District have an accommodation that will suit your needs. Arrangements can be made for a champagne brunch or picnic basket, fishing, boating or resting. Beautiful accommodations are at your service at any of the fine hotels in the area.
Explorers have found the Lake District intriguing and a stop to talk about. Visit this area of sweeping beauty and find this Shangri-La for yourself. When you are in the area spend time horseback riding, walking along the water or hiking along the various trails. Pack a lunch and stare at the spectacular view. Visit some of the areas Alfred Wainwright loved to visit and travel a few of the paths. This splendor is accessible from the hotels of the area. Visit any time of the year and set your mind to absorb the gracious hospitality of the Lake District.