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

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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

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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

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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

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Briery Wood Hotel

Briery Wood Hotel

Located within the heart of the English Lake District, Briery Wood Country House Hotel offers the ideal location to explore this area of Cumbria's National Park. It is the perfect place to simply relax and ... More | visit website

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Langdale Chase Hotel

Langdale Chase Hotel

The Langdale Chase Hotel, Cumbria Hotel of the Year 2001, is a beautiful country house dating back to 1890. With stained glass windows, oak panelling and a 300 year old oak fireplace the main ... More | Double Room: £75 - £105 (summer), £45 - £75 (winter) | visit website

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Merewood Country House

Merewood Country House

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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

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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
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Windermere Hydro House

Windermere Hydro House
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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
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Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel
The 4 star Swan Hotel overlooks Lake Windermere. This former 17th century coaching inn has character and charm in abundance and a warm welcome for all. Facilities include 55 luxurious bedrooms, stunning split level restaurant, ... More | visit website
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Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa

Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa
On the shores of England's largest lake, the Old England boasts unrivaled views of Windermere. This elegant Victorian mansion is superbly furnished with fine antiques and many period features and our 76 bedrooms offer you a ... More | visit website

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