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This comfortable hotel is located in the heart of the Lake District, about 3 km from the attractive town centre of Ullswater, where countless restaurants, bars, pubs, and shops can be found. The river Eamont and a beautiful river landscape, which invites visitors to take a stroll, is only 800 m away, while links to the public transport network are 13 km away. Manchester airport lies some 170 km from the hotel.Renovated in 1998, this country house comprises a total of 39 rooms, of which two are junior suites and one a disability-friendly room, set over two floors. Guests are received in the welcoming and air-conditioned foyer. Culinary options include an elegant bar, two restaurants with a marked non-smoking area, and a breakfast room. A conference room is available for meetings and conferences, and room service completes the offerings. The hotel is also home to an attractive English garden, which is ideal for a pleasant stroll. There are parking spaces on-site for those arriving by car.The tasteful rooms in English style are all carpeted and come with a double bed and an en suite bathroom with hairdryer. Further features include a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a radio, an Internet connection, ironing facilities, and tea and coffee making facilities. Room temperatures are centrally controlled with the air conditioning.Sports options include a golf course, which is around 13 km away.Breakfast is served to guests every day. Lunch, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere in the Conservatory Restaurant, and dinner, in the elegant Regency Restaurant, may both be taken à la carte or from a menu; the chefs are specialists in the preparation of traditional national cuisine.Those arriving by car should take the M6 motorway and then the A592 via the A66 main road in the direction of Ullswater and Windermere. At Watermillock/ Ullswater, continue straight on, and the hotel is located a further 3 km down the road.See more
Information about Ullswater
Ullswater, which lies in the Lake District of north-west England, is one of the country’s largest and most beautiful lakes. It is a place of immense natural beauty that inspired countless poets and artists.
Ullswater was formed by the thawing of glaciers at the end of the ice age, giving it its characteristic crystal clear waters.
The nearby towns of Glenridding, Howtown and Pooley Bridge, are blessed by their proximity to this lovely lake and the surrounding mountains, which are ideal for hiking and trekking in a rocky and steep terrain. A mountain that deserves special attention from visitors is Hevellyn, one of the highest in the district.
There is no better way to enjoy the natural beauty of Ullswater than taking a trip on the picturesque steamers, which first took to the water there in 1850. These steamers generally go from Glenridding to Howtown, where visitors usually opt to make the return trip by foot along the shore of the lake in order to best appreciate all that is on offer. Among the activities you can engage in there are sailing, diving and rowing.
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