South Lakeland District Council
South Lakeland District Council

With its own Pikes towering in the near distance and Scafell rather further, Langdale is proper walker country, with nearby attractions including Dungeon Ghyll and Hardknott Pass and Roman Fort... Read More

Hotels in Langdale - 3 places to stay

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The Langdale Hotel & Spa

The Langdale Hotel & Spa

Founded on the site of an abandoned 19th century gonpowder works dotted with massive milestones and other carefully preserved reminders of its history, the Estate offers a superb range of facilities including two restaurants, two ... More | visit website

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Three Shires Inn

Three Shires Inn

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A Traditional slate Inn built in 1872, nestled in one of Lakelands unspoilt areas, Little Langdale. Whether you intend to walk, climb drive or just ... More

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Eltermere Country House Hotel (1.63 miles)

Eltermere Country House Hotel

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Elterwater, the most glorious of Lakeland Villages with its own Lake. The Eltermere was built in 1756 and overlooks Lake Elterwater an area of fantastic natural beauty at the foot ... More

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Britannia Inn (The) (1.63 miles)

Britannia Inn (The)

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In the village of Elterwater, this traditional Lakeland inn offers real ales and home-cooked food, in the heart of the Lake District. Lake Windermere is just 3 miles away. Each homely room ... More

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Gold Rill Hotel (2.23 miles)

Gold Rill Hotel

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Situated in a quiet corner of Grasmere overlooking the lake and surrounded by majestic fells. Just 2 minutes walk from the village centre. The hotel stands in one acre of ... More

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Grasmere Red Lion Hotel (2.34 miles)

Grasmere Red Lion Hotel

The Grasmere Red Lion combines the charm of a traditional coaching inn with modern facilities, situated in the quaint central Lakeland village of Grasmere. All the rooms in this non-smoking hotel are en suite many ... More | visit website

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Wordsworth Hotel (2.37 miles)

Wordsworth Hotel
The privately owned Wordsworth Hotel is a lovely Victorian Lakeland house set in a tranquil Lakeland village. The lounges and stunning new conservatory have spectacular views over the fells that so inspired the poet Wordsworth. ... More | visit website
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Grasmere Hotel (2.42 miles)

Grasmere Hotel
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The Grasmere Hotel is a delightful Victorian Country House Hotel and Restaurant in Grasmere Village. Our multi award-winning restaurant overlooks the ... More
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Rothay Garden Hotel (2.60 miles)

Rothay Garden Hotel
Situated on the outskirts of Picturesque Grasmere village and nestling in two acres of riverside gardens surrounded by majestic fells, this elegant hotel is surely the perfect choice for a relaxing Lakeland break.

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Chestnut Villa (2.70 miles)

Chestnut Villa

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Chestnut Villa was originally built in 1904, as a Coaching Inn and is situated on the edge of the picturesque 'honeypot' village of Grasmere. Under new management, the new owners ... More

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Swan (2.72 miles)

Swan
The Swan at Grasmere has elegant, cosy lounges and traditional rooms with free mineral water and satellite TV. The centre of Grasmere is within a 10-minute walk. Set in the Lake District National Park, all of ... More | visit website
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Forest Side Hotel (2.81 miles)

Forest Side Hotel

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Forest Side is an attractive, secluded Victorian stately hotel, situated in wooded estate in the Lake District. It is located at Wordsworth's picturesque Grasmere village. Home to wild deer, red ... More

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