Windermere

Windermere is both town and lake, Englandís largest freshwater lake, perhaps the most iconic stretch of water in this country. Itís a boating paradise for sailors Ė with some huge boats kept there Ė with terrific facilities for visitors as regards accommodation, eateries and shopping... Read More

Windermere Tips:

"The Glenburn Hotel in Windermere is a lovely rela...more

A Visitor's View

I visit Fallbarrow caravan park every year with my family. ...More

Windermere Events

June
Great North Swim
Add an Event

Hotels in Windermere - 77 places to stay

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Self Catering | B&Bs | Holiday Parks | Budget | Late deals | Cumbria

map website

The Hideaway at Windermere

The Hideaway at Windermere

Tucked quietly away, just behind the village of Windermere, sits a secret treasure which truly lives up to its name. The Hideaway at Windermere, a Restaurant with Rooms, is a beautiful Victorian Lakeland home, surrounded ... More | Double Room: From £90 | visit website

map reviews website

Lakeside Hotel on Windermere

Lakeside Hotel on Windermere
Lakeside Hotel, the best 4 star hotel on the shores of Windermere offers you a unique location on the water's edge of Lake Windermere.

It is a classic traditional Lakeland Hotel, personally owned and managed ... More | Double Room: £97.50 | visit website

map website

Beech Hill Hotel and Spa

Beech Hill Hotel and Spa

The Beech Hill is located in the heart of England's beautiful Lake District National Park. Set into the hillside on the eastern bank of Lake Windermere, Britain's largest lake, you will find unrivalled panoramic views ... More | Double Room: From £118 (low) | visit website

map book

The Waverley Hotel

The Waverley Hotel

More Information

One of the original Windermere Hotels, the Waverley is brimming with character. We offer; a warm Lakeland welcome, hearty meals prepared daily, cooked and served by the proprietors Alison and ... More

map

Merewood Country House

Merewood Country House

More Information

Merewood is a country house hotel of great charm and distinction set in a position of incomparable scenic beauty. Merewood was built in 1812 for the son of the 1st ... More

map reviews book

Glenburn Hotel & Restaurant

Glenburn Hotel & Restaurant

More Information

Just a 5-minute walk from Windermere, this highly acclaimed non-smoking and recently refurbished hotel offers great value for money with free spa and leisure club facilities at the nearby Parklands. There ... More

map website

Wild Boar Hotel

Wild Boar Hotel

Situated close to Lake Windermere, the Famous Wild Boar offers modern facilities combined with the classic warmth of an old coaching inn with an award winning restaurant. During your stay at this non-smoking hotel, feel ... More | visit website

map

Windermere Hydro House

Windermere Hydro House
To check availability and special internet rates click here

Superior Tourist Class Victorian Hotel. All Rooms Are Comfortable And Well Equipped, Some Of The Rooms Have A Lake View. This Property Was Built In ... More
map website

Beaumont House

Beaumont House
Should you wish to have a relaxing break in luxurious Lake District accommodation offering superb food, sincere hospitality, tranquility yet only two minutes walk to the centre of Windermere. Look no further - The Beaumont ... More | Double Room: From £35 - £75 | visit website
map reviews website

Storrs Hall on the Lake

Storrs Hall on the Lake
Storrs Hall, a gracious Georgian Mansion in seventeen acres of landscaped grounds on the shores of Windermere. An idyllic setting affording breathtaking views of the lake and wooded fells, at the heart of an ... More | Double Room: £150 - £185 | visit website

Map of all our Hotels in Windermere

Brit Quote:
Theres only one thing worse than an Estate Agent but that can be safely lanced, drained and surgically dressed. - Stephen Fry
More Quotes

On this day:
French Surrender Quebec to the British - 1759, Theatre Royal Covent Garden Re-Opens - 1809, Darwin Sets Foot on Galapagos Islands - 1835, Jimi Hendrix dies in London - 1970, Scotland Says NO - 2014
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages