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Inns in Grasmere

Red Lion Inn
The Square
Grasmere
Cumbria

LA22 9SS | View map

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The Red Lion Hotel in Grasmere is the perfect base for a holiday in the Lake District. Artists and poets have been drawn to this area of the Lake District since Wordsworth's time. Today, visitors can explore the walks and fells of Grasmere, rich in wildlife, flora and fauna or visit local stately homes, museums, parks and gardens or the World of Beatrix Potter. The Red Lion's lounge bar and conservatory (for snacks or tea) are welcoming whilst the Courtyard Restaurant will tickle your taste buds with traditional English cuisine.

All 47 bedrooms have recently been refurbished to the highest standard, with warm colour schemes and coordinating soft furnishings. All rooms have en-suite facilities with bath and shower, and many with the added luxury of a jacuzzi bath. Other facilities include television with satellite channels, a welcome refreshment tray, direct dial telephone with modem facility, hairdrier and trouser press. Club Rooms are available on request. The Lilliputs Leisure Centre features a new indoor heated swimming pool alongside a sauna, steam room and fitness room.

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