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The Royal at Dockray
Matterdale
Penrith
Cumbria

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The Royal at Dockray is a family run Traditional Country Inn offering the best of Cumbrian Hospitality. The resident owners and managers, Tyrone and Michelle Castles, presents a friendly and efficient team who provide a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay offering 10 en-suite rooms, the renowned restaurant and a friendly Cumbrian bar which boasts a fine selection of Real Ale, Malts and Wines.

The Hotel nestles peacefully amongst the Lake District Fells and is situated just one mile from the shores of Ullswater and Aira Force. Windermere is about 20 miles away. The Helvellyn and High Street Mountain ranges are right on the doorstep which makes the Royal an ideal and comfortable base for walkers. There is plenty to keep the more adventurous occupied including Fellwalking, Rock Climbing, Riding and Quadbiking to name a few. For those with a more peaceful time in mind, there are Lake cruises and some breathtaking scenery to enjoy.

The Hotel offers FREE parking and a NO mobile zone, as signal is not present at the hotel. This is perfect for peace and quiet during your relaxing stay here in the Lake district.

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