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Our recommended hotels in Lake District (National Park)

Hundith Hill Hotel
Lorton Vale
CA13 9TH Cockermouth
from £ 82
Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa
Church Street
LA23 3DF Windermere
from £ 147
Rothay Manor Hotel
Rothay Bridge
LA22 0EH Ambleside
from £ 115
Gilpin Lodge Country House Hotel
Crook Road
LA23 3NE Windermere
8.1 / 10
from £ 255
Linthwaite House Hotel
Crook Road
LA23 3JA Windermere
from £ 148
Cuckoo Brow Inn
Far Sawrey
LA22 0LQ Far Sawrey
from £ 68
Allerdale Court Hotel
Market Place 1
CA13 9NQ Cockermouth
from £ 70
Days Inn Kendal Killington Lake
Roadchef Motorway Scv Area, M6 South Cumbria
LA8 0NW Kendal
5.8 / 10
from £ 35
Swinside Lodge Hotel
Newlands
CA12 5UE Stair
from £ 149
BEST WESTERN Burnside Hotel
Kendal Road
LA23 3EP Windermere
7.8 / 10
Best Western Glenridding Hotel
Ullswater
CA11 0PB Penrith
6.8 / 10
North Lakes Hotel and Spa
Ullswater Road
CA11 8QT Penrith
from £ 95
Beech Hill Hotel
Newby Bridge Road
LA23 3LR Windermere
8.2 / 10
from £ 59
Armathwaite Hall Hotel
Bassenthwaite Lake
CA12 4RE Keswick
from £ 100
The Britannia Inn
Elterwater
LA22 9HP Ambleside
Travelodge Cockermouth Hotel
Europe Way
CA13 0DP Cockermouth
9.2 / 10
Hazel Bank Country House
Borrowdale
CA12 5XB Keswick
New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel
Great Langdale
LA22 9JY Great Langdale
6.0 / 10
from £ 90
Burn How Garden House Hotel
Back Belsfield Road
LA23 3HH Windermere
9.6 / 10
Lindeth Howe Classic Country House
Lindeth Drive Longtail Hill
LA23 3JF Windermere
8.6 / 10
from £ 76
Lakes Lodge Hotel
Lake Road
LA22 0DB Ambleside
Ravenstone Lodge
Bassenthwaite
CA12 4QG Keswick
from £ 85
Daffodil Hotel & Spa
Keswick Road
LA22 9PR Grasmere
from £ 120
Queens Hotel Keswick
Main Street
CA12 5JF Keswick
7.1 / 10
Travelodge Penrith
A66 Redhills
CA11 0DT Penrith
3.8 / 10
Travelodge Kendal
A591
LA8 8AA Kendal
7.6 / 10
Gold Rill Hotel
Red Bank Road
LA22 9PU Grasmere
God’s Country

The Lake District is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and stunning areas of Natural Beauty in the UK. It quite rightly has the nickname “God’s country” due to its wonderful rolling hills and crystal clear, fresh water lakes nestled amongst the mini mountains.

This is a place for a break away from the large and bustling cities and towns in England and a chance for you to unwind and fill your lungs with clear air and feast your eyes on the spectacular natural sights.

True Natural Beauty

To best enjoy this area head for a local tourist information shop and purchase a “walking” guide booklet. The Lake District is split in many small villages each surrounded by large mountainous hills. The main districts are Ambleside, Windemere, Keswick and Kendal plus many more. Each district hosts one or more vast lake and several hills (also called fells).

A Popular Place for Artists and Authors

The most common fact about this area is the number of famous artists and authors who have settled here to compose their works of art or to retire and enjoy the scenery. Artists such as William Wordsworth and authors such as Beatrix Potter spent large chunks of their lives here and there are many museums and landmarks honoring their name.

A Special Day in Paradise

The best quality about the Lake District is that time can simply stand still or so it seems and the most popular way to experience this is to leave the hire car at your hotel car park and venture out into the countryside on foot armed with a detailed map, appropriate clothing and a packed lunch. The terrain on the fells can be quite challenging so ensure you plan your “walks” properly and take into account the size and sheerness of the hills. Some of these walks should only be attempted by experienced hikers. If you prefer a more relaxed day then you can choose a much shorter walk of less than a few kilometres and instead enjoy the numerous tea and cake shops romantically distributed amongst the petite but charming villages.

A Warm Drink in Front of a Blazing Fire to End the Night

The Lakes are not filled with nightclubs and Michelin starred restaurants but instead with small and cosy hotels and Guest Houses most of which will have a member’s lounge with a log fire to warm the winter nights. If you have spent the day walking amongst the hills and enjoying the outdoors you are best advised to take a nice hot drink or a nightcap into your lounge and review the day with other guests in front of the fire then off to bed for a well deserved early night in anticipation of the treasures awaiting you the next day on your next walk.
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