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Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel
Lindeth Drive
Longtail Hill

Bowness-on-Windermere
Cumbria

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Discover peaceful surroundings and breathtaking views of the English Lake District at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel. Located just outside the lakeside village of Bowness-on-Windermere, Lindeth Howe overlooks Lake Windermere, the largest lake in the country and the Cumbrian fells beyond.

This unique 4 star country house hotel was once owned by the best-loved children's author Beatrix Potter, and boasts 34 beautiful bedrooms, cosy lounges and a fantastic 2 AA Rosette Dining Room which is also open to non residents. Guests are also invited to relax by our indoor pool, sauna, fitness room and indulge themselves in various body treatments and massages

The perfect place to act as a base for exploring the Lake District

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
1 AA Rosette
Number of Rooms: 36
Number Ensuite: 36

Price per Room:

Double: From £150
Twin: From £160
Single: From £60
Four Poster: £160
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Restaurant

Name: The Dining Room
Cuisine: Classic English
Chef: Graham Gelder
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Disabled Access
Open All Year
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Swimming Pool - Sauna & Solarium
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Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

The Opening Act…
Amuse Bouche

Chef’s complimentary Canapé

Chef’s Recommendation of the Day

Chef’s Seasonal Soup

Freshly prepared Soup of the Day

Fresh Fig & Serrano Ham Tart
Grilled Salad onions, sweet beetroot reduction

Grilled Lancashire Black Pudding
Pear & vanilla puree, dressed roquette leaves with croutons & crispy bacon

Ravioli Of Wild Mushroom & Pine Nuts
Wilted spinach, roast garlic sauce

Fresh Halibut & Salmon Terrine
Served warm with a caper butter sauce, baby spinach leaf salad

Tower Of Plum Tomatoes, Thornby Moor Goats Cheese
Orange & three peppercorn syrup

Roast Local Partridge
Apple, hazelnuts & mixed leaf salad, honey & whisky dressing

Cartmel Valley Beech Wood Smoked Salmon (supplement £3.25)
Served with traditional accompaniments

All our starters are accompanied with a selection of breads all freshly prepared
and baked by your chefs today

The Interval…

Lindeth Howe Refreshing Fruit Sorbet

The Main Performance…

Chef’s Recommendation of the Day

Pan Fried Fillet Of Sea Bass
Char grilled asparagus, orange & vermouth butter sauce

Boned Whole Roast Mallard
With a forcemeat & cranberry stuffing, port wine & rosemary caramel (Serves 2)

Chr Grilled Local Smoked Venison Loin
Braised red cabbage, celeriac puree & thyme sauce

Char Grilled 8oz Fillet Steak (supplement £5.50)
With plum tomato, flat mushroom & baton potatoes

Roast Cumbrian Lamb Loin
With braised baby turnips, buttered spinach, redcurrant & red wine jus

Grilled Fillet Of Lemon Sole Rolled With Tarragon
Sautéed wild mushrooms, red wine & balsamic butter sauce

Pesto Roast Vegetable Tart With Mozzarella Cheese
Balsamic dressed roquette leaves, sweet pepper coulis

Butternut Squash, Wild Mushroom, Spinach & Chickpea Casserole
Spicy vegetable bhaji

The Finale
Choose From Our Desserts Menu

Fresh Filter Coffee & Petit Fours

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