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It is believed that the monks of Furness Abbey bought the land and built the first Abbot Hall around 1160.The present building was constructed in 1840, since when Abbot Hall has been a family mansion, a school, and a Christian Guild hotel since 1916.Overlooking Morecambe Bay, Abbot Hall is set in extensive grounds which include a 15 metre heated indoor swimming pool and five self-catering pine lodges, accommodating up to 22 guests. Abbot Hall is owned by Christian GuildSituated on the edge of the hamlet of Kents Bank, near to the Victorian resort of Grange-over-Sands, Abbot Hall is readily accessible by road or rail. It is an ideal centre for exploring the beautiful Lake District, and is only 20 minutes drive from Newby Bridge at the foot of Lake Windermere.Abbot Hall Hotel is part of the Christian Guild Group of Hotels. Guests are free to take part in as much or as little of the daily activies as they wish.
Holbeck Ghyll, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1LU Map
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With a magnificent view of Lake Windermere and the Langdale Fells, Holbeck Ghyll is idyllic in any season, surrounded by the extensive woodlands and natural beauty of Cumbria. Its Michelin-starred restaurant overlooks lake and mountains, and bedrooms in the main house and the nearby lodge share the same glorious views. Holbeck Ghyll is ideally situated for exploring the attractions of the breathtaking Lake District. Built in the 19th century, the house was bought as a hunting lodge in 1888 by Lord Lonsdale, then one of the richest men in the country. Known as the 'Yellow Earl', he ensured that his name went down in history by bequeathing the famous Lonsdale Belt to boxing. His lodge was set in the incomparable landscape of the Lake District, overlooking one of England's loveliest stretches of water - Windermere.Relaxation at Holbeck Ghyll can take the form of walking or boating, golf or bird watching, or indulging in a range of facilities and treatments available at the hotel's own health spa.Holbeck Ghylls restaurant has held a Michelin Star for 10 consecutive years and was awarded the Good Food Guide Wine List of the year title in 2009.
The Melbreak Country House Hotel is a family run hotel offering high standards and good service. Situated on the edge of the Lake District and on the Cumbrian Coast the Hotel Boasts dramatic panoramic views of the Loweswater Valley and Mountains beyond, including the imposing Melbreak, from which the Hotel takes its name. Being only a short drive from the A66 (which links to the M6), the location of the Hotel makes it an ideal place to stay for people wishing to discover the beauty of the northern lakes and coastal towns, and for people working in the area. Guests wishing to sample the cullinary expertise of our chefs will be delighted with the local produce on offer and the new Conservetory Restaurant, which provides an ideal setting for a relaxed meal whilst enjoying fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.
Bridge House Hotel is situated in two acres of woodland gardens, beside the River Rothay, near St.Oswald's l3th Century Church and within Grasmere village's Conservation Area. Grasmere is right in the centre of England's Lake District National Park and is the perfect base for exploring on foot, or by road.Family owned traditional Lake District hotel in Grasmere village.Magnificent views of the surrounding mountains.Easy access by road to all the other Lake District attractions.All guests are guaranteed a proper parking space within hotel grounds.A genuine warm welcome - feel at home as you walk through the door.Within 30 miles of Bridge House Hotel are a wealth of museums and galleries, several visitor centres, numerous indoor attractions, various animal parks, assorted castlesstately homes, two steam railways, a wide range of superb ornamental gardens... ...and right on our doorstep is some of the finest scenery in the world. Come and share it with us!
Situated in a quiet corner of Grasmere overlooking the lake and surrounded by majestic fells. Just 2 minutes walk from the village centre. The hotel stands in one acre of beatifully tendered gardens which boast an outdoor swimming pool and putting green. There is also a private pier on the lake shore.The hotel has two great guest lounges which are spacious and light and have panoramic views of the surrounding fells. On chilly days there is a roaring log fire and a selection of board games or magazines to relax with. The Gold Rill's position in the Lake District makes it the ideal place from which to explore the most breathtaking scenery and fascinating attractions on the door step.Build up your energy for an afternoon's fell walking on Fairfields Horseshoe - one of Wainwrights classic walks which can be seen from the hotel with a refreshing drink and a tasty bar lunch.On summer evenings you can enjoy the views of the lake and fells as you dine enjoying award winning food from traditional to to the more unusual created using the best local produce. Dinner can be taken at the hotel for an addittional charge of Â£15 per person.