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Lodore Falls Hotel

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What a better way to enjoy the majestic beauty of the Lake District than by taking a relaxing break at the Lodore Falls Hotel? Situated on Lake Derwentwater, near Keswick, this stunning 4-star hotel has one of the most spectacular locations in the UK. Set in 40 acres, the drama of the lake and surrounding mountains and the dazzling tapestry of forest colors will simply take your breath away. At this superbly appointed hotel, the accent is on discreet, courteous and friendly service. Delicious light meals, afternoon teas and a wide range of alcoholic beverages are available throughout the day in the comfortable lounges and bar overlooking lake Derwentwater. In the early evening enjoy a drink and canapees before experiencing some of the region's finest cuisine served in the elegant Lake View restaurant. And after dinner relax with a specialty coffee or a drink in one of the comfortable lounges with a cosy open fires.


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