#lodore falls hotel
Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa [Lake District Hotels Ltd]
“This is a great place for a getaway. The staff are terrific and everything is well organized. it s location, of course, is unassailable – th. “
“This hotel is situated in an outstanding setting for a relaxing stay and the service and accommodation is excellent, with very pleasant and. “
“I wanted this overnight stay for my husband and our friends to be really special as it was my 65th birthday. I truly hoped our stay would be. “
“Beautiful hotel and surrounding area. Couldn t fault anything with our stay. On a personal note the restaurant in the hotel is very expensiv. “
“Had a lovely two night break here in a family room, which actually was a lake facing suite, really pleased with the room. “
About the hotel
Few can boast a waterfall in their garden like the Lodore Falls Hotel… The 4* Lodore Falls Hotel, overlooking Derwentwater, is situated within 40 acres of grounds and boasts a stunning waterfall and river that runs under a pack horse bridge. The hotel itself is an imposing building, built in traditional Lakeland slate. It has had a commanding presence in the Borrowdale Valley for over 200 years and guests return time and time again to enjoy the backdrop of the spectacular Lodore Falls and surrounding mountains.
All of the 69 comfortable Fell and Lake View bedrooms are thoughtfully designed, fitted with modern amenities to a high standard you would expect of this four star hotel. All rooms feature luxurious Sealy beds, hairdryer, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Family rooms and suites are also available, as well as two room suites and the spectacular Tower Room with stunning panoramic views. With panoramic fell and lake views you can relax in the lounge. before enjoying dinner in the AA Rosette Lake View Restaurant, which has a reputation for excellent local cuisine. The perfect base for families visiting the Lakes, the hotels’ facilities include free bike hire, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, outdoor hot tub booking essential, tennis court, gym, a sauna and a Beauty Salon – perfect for holiday pampering. Dining at the Lodore Falls The Head Chef is passionate about the abundance of seasonal Lakeland produce and creates lunch and table d’hôte dinner menu’s rich in variety and creativity. Begin your evening by relaxing in the lounge bar while you select from your menu and the extensive wine list, before heading through to the impressive AA Rosette Lake View restaurant. Save room for dessert – the puddings are legendary! These mouth-watering delights have a regular following – the Pudding Society takes place every second Thursday of the month, where diners can delve into eight hot and cold puddings and desserts created by the talented Pastry Chef. A dining indulgence – eight desserts in addition to the normal table d’hôte menu – paradise for those with a sweet tooth. The Lake View Lounge Bar offers the perfect location to relax and enjoy morning coffee, lunches and afternoon tea whilst taking in the spectacular views of Derwentwater and the surrounding mountains. Open throughout the day, a wide range of speciality coffees, teas and herbal teas and a wide choice of alcoholic beverages are available. ‘Café Culture’ is a relaxing and informal cafe within the Lodore Falls leisure club, open all day from 9am-9pm for coffees, drinks and light meals. The award-winning gardens are perfect for morning coffee or an indulgent afternoon tea when the weather is good, and the secluded decking area over the river is also very popular for a relaxing drink. Leisure at the Lodore Falls The Lodore Falls Hotel offers a superb range of Elemis treatments and facilities in The Falls Beauty Salon; a tranquil space to relax, unwind and be pampered. From anti-ageing facials to full body massages, manicures to men’s Turkish wet shaves or half and full day pampering and bridal packages, there is a varied selection of treatments for both ladies and gentlemen by our professional therapists.